Time is Art
May is rating sweeps month bringing many of my favorite action-adventure series to a head as their current season come to an end and others premier. The most visited topics are surveillance, drones, and government conspiracies where everyone thinks 'the end justifies the means.' We observe the behavior of others and then insert the manner in which we would react and handle each situation to make it more real. Life is, after all, a vicarious experience in emotions caught in the art of time.
The human hologram is forever programmed with dramas and conspiracies that people spend hours, days, months, weeks, and sometimes forever, trying to figure out - or apparently life as they know it would become boring.
It takes one personal violation to draw someone into a cause. That act, originating in their DNA matrix, becomes indelibly stamped on their soul becoming their focus for being here. Along the way, they meet others with the same programming to share the journey and help the cause.
Humans are a very weird species - programmed to abuse and destroy each other. Through eons of evolution, they are still genetically programmed to that end. Some believe it's linked to genetic manipulation by reptilians or other aliens who created us. The truth goes to the bipolar nature of creating a hologram in physical reality.
Though we know that Americans should not get involved overseas - it's in the Constitution not to do so unless attacked - history has shown that we are programmed to come to the rescue for whatever reasons - no matter how it looks to the rest of the world. Though I generally do not approve of overseas involvement, in the case of the kidnapped Nigerian teenage girls, who only want an education and to live free, I am totally into finding the kidnappers and kicking their asses. This energy is very powerful and growing exponentially as women continue to seek equality. Most people are programmed to make a difference. Whether they carry that out or not, it's instilled within them.
Nigeria's government defends its actions as more girls are abducted CNN - May 7, 2014
Nigeria defended its response to the kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls by the terror group Boko Haram, even as details emerged Tuesday about a second mass abduction, adding to a growing global outrage over the fate of the children.
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Edwin Land was an American scientist and inventor,
best known as the co-founder of the Polaroid Corporation.
the beauty of the earth and skies that man has inherited,
and the wealth and confusion man has created.
It is a major force in explaining man to man.
We live in a world changing so rapidly
that what we mean frequently by
common sense is doing the thing that
would have been right last year.