One of the great fallacies in life is that “enlightenment” requires work, toil, and effort to obtain. Surely something as grand as enlightenment must be difficult to “obtain”?
Many times, obstacles are there to show us the “wrong way”. Obstacles are doing us a favor. They are showing us where not to go. They are telling us to find a different path.
My point here isn’t really to debate the best way to eliminate plastic from society, my point is when you have thoughts and ideas, they will start to percolate out into the universal consciousness and begin to take form in reality.
The inner activist focuses on personal development and growth, rather than trying to fight something “outside” of his or her Self.
Using our imagination is not a flaw in the design of who and what we are, it is the central feature.
It may appear that we only find rewards such as money, fame, and glory when we give in to the Houses of Dark, while those who persevere in the Houses of Light might appear to be poor, meek failures. This is a great deception.
let me explain why robotics are a good thing for humanity, for the simple reason that our goal as a species ought to be full enjoyment, not full employment.
If something is free it does not cost us money. But everything we do costs time.
We are not here to avoid guilt, we are here to embrace joy. Here’s how to replace guilt with joy.