Todayz Meditation: Picture of our Current World in Context

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With bonds are we thus tied to industrialism until it doth fall after the hubris? Tis a hummer as the wind whips thro' ...

Powerfully corrupt ... when you look at the hands that hold it and hoard it ... anti-Boehm's ... in bohemia? Heading up as blossoming ...
 

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From my hippy memory:

"Love will get us through times of no money. Money will not get us through times of no love."
Have found this to be true.

Stated graphically:

 

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Reminds me of satyr and metaphor ... funny interpretations ... dealing with extreme senses ... like Monis versus the emotional context!

Does Monis harden some emotions?

Then there is George's image whipping up a storm in the horses of mind ... and horses on the open ocean ... Mara?
 

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If people have nothing to occupy their thoughts ... what will they conjure up? Di sass tares … dark seed!
 

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I like the idea of the average human being having to work many fewer hours in order to secure a living. Free up time for creative pursuits? Better/more involved parenting?
 

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I like the idea of the average human being having to work many fewer hours in order to secure a living. Free up time for creative pursuits? Better/more involved parenting?
This is not believed in capital stoicism … big time!
 

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This is not believed in capital stoicism … big time!
Perhaps. Problem with classical capitalism is that it assumes an ever-expanding market, which requires an ever-expanding population, which is, of course, because we have a limited planet, un-sustainable.
 

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Perhaps. Problem with classical capitalism is that it assumes an ever-expanding market, which requires an ever-expanding population, which is, of course, because we have a limited planet, un-sustainable.

That appears almost mortal … but who in expanding markets would accept restriction? Thus it will be the death of me … as unbounded thought … Bobby McGee?
 
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