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I've been pondering the rather carefree attitude many seem to have about the world's problems we are attempting to solve. Does it ever seem like some people you are acquainted with just dont care?

Are those of us who expend a considerable amount of time researching, thinking about & trying to fix highly relevant issues; wastefulness, consumerism, poverty, impending water shortage, etc. Enough to overcome the apathy displayed by, in my humble opinion, too many world citizens? I would like to thank those who sacrifice personal comfort, $ &time for the sake of this game & helping others in general...

We can rise above the gritty pain caused by the selfish & naive. We can help initiate more on this all-important quest for a better world. We can overcome ignorance & apathy. Stay & dream with me friends & welcome new comers. We can do this. The future is ours.

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Comment by Michele Baron on April 7, 2010 at 4:17pm
elevate ignorance to knowledge where possible; overcome apathy with passion and reason if possible. Dream, dare, achieve--and motivate the formerly ignorant, apathetic, shy, insecure, unschooled when possible... Through dreams we may build the matrix of our futures..
Thank you for your post.
Comment by Michael Texeira on April 7, 2010 at 4:25pm
I agree with the spirit, so spark there. I would say that ignorance is a cause of apathy. We appear to be in sync with that. Your question begs whether or not it is a valid justification. To that I add only a simple idea.

The universal does not require justification. Ignorance causing apathy cannot be valid or invalid because it is not an argument. The universe does not argue, and hence does not justify. The horrors visited upon innocent people daily on this planet cannot be justified, and they need not be. The universe is not trying to prove that anything is good or bad. Outside of the mental frame of good and bad is a space where the universe, free of motive and argument, shows how things are...existing in their holarchical relationships, free from our mental labels and collective justifications.


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