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the biggest danger in my country is not hunger, but the lack of it, in both physical and psychic forms...without the "drive to survive", most live in a walking coma of input, mental and physical...th…

the biggest danger in my country is not hunger, but the lack of it, in both physical and psychic forms...without the "drive to survive", most live in a walking coma of input, mental and physical...the mindless noise of fear mongering media, gonzo violence and airbrushed sex images provides a perfect backdrop for the guzzeling and georgeing that bloat and numb the population...the filthy food, by and large meat produced in unspeakable ways, seems cheap until the diabetes and heart attacks begin...most are ignorant of the fact that the huge slaughter houses and feedlots beat the hummers hands down for polluting the enviornment, two to one...while the chemical fertilizers used to grow the gmo corn for feed degrades the soil moment by moment, while finding it's way into the water supply...on the other side of the world:

the african farmer needs 400 pounds of fertilizer, get about 8...in my country, lunch at a fast fooderie would probably have used enough fertilizer to feed an african family for a week...

the young people speak of "pharmageddon", where huge populations under thirty become hooked on narcotics (usually after being prescribed for some legitimate (?) pain issue) and spend years in a fog of lies and loss...making no contrubution to anything but thier own misery....a great loss to all of us, as this was once the country first in science and medicine, technology, engeneering....education was a gift, rather than a useless carrot dangled and then realized to be tasteless in the end...

the solution is in the growing conciousness, the quieting of the mind so that we can listen to our inner body, fulfil it's needs, and leave the rest for the rest...

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Comment by Anthony Karanja on March 24, 2010 at 2:13pm
What can be done?...no,what need to be done.
Comment by Shane M. Wheeler on March 30, 2010 at 3:27am
Definitely an apt description of the danger of comfort. When our needs are met, we just find new needs, new ways to switch off from the world and are seduced by meaningless forms of pleasure and comfort. Not that we shouldn't enjoy the world, mind you, but there are certainly limits.

Someone has to call people out. Still, realization of the mistakes of the ma**** is step one- we need to get to step two and start finding ways to motivate and lead people out of the haze.
Comment by Bernardo M. G. Rochartre Álvares on April 1, 2010 at 12:09am
nice post

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