As we have learned of how a flock of birds or a shoal of fishes interact together, we see that people, who are non-stop watching each others to find out the latest trend, are interacting from close encounters as well as from far away, in thought like in action. Humanity is a whole, together with the universe, and the smallest move of one affects all. Nobody knows whether a small change in one individual, somewhere sometime, wouldn't be the trigger to reverse the steam once and for all (the famous butterfly effect, or poetically said: "Once you make a decision and work towards it, the universe conspires to make it happen" - Khalil Gibran).
As Tyler Durden says (How to Defeat Tyranny), we need rules of engagement, and his are truly bright ones. In the comments, there is a highly interesting answer called "The Virtues of a Disorganized Resistance" (Stephen DeVoy) that is very close to what I see as a path to change:
"We believe that the only effective resistance is a completely disorganized, decentralized, and leaderless opposition. (...) Disorganization is invisible. The asymmetry of the relationship between organization and disorganization favors disorganization. Organization depends upon planning. Planning requires predictability. Disorganization cannot be predicted. This leaves organization at a disadvantage. (...) Disorganized movements rely upon swarming. Swarms are difficult to defend against. If you cut a swarm in half, you have two swarms. If you eliminate one of the resulting swarms, you still have a swarm. Disorganization breeds. Organization grows. The many and dispersed are a more difficult target than the large and concentrated. (...) The important thing to remember is that it is easier to destroy than to create that which is designed. Thus, the cost to those who lose the manifestation of their design outweighs by leaps and bounds the cost it takes to destroy it. That which evolves is cheap and when an effort is created to destroy the evolved entity, it merely mutates and evolves again, adjusting to the new conditions. As a process that fosters evolution, a movement based on disorganization will continue to survive, evolve, and expand without cost. The resource constraints placed upon the designed (e.g. government and corporate) and those absent from the evolved (a decentralized and disorganized opposition movement), favor the later."
But, one rule Mr Durden did not include is family education. The only and real hope stands on children, and family is the only ground to raise the consciousness for a lasting possibility of evolution in the right way. Education comes with example. Children are listening, are looking all ther time around to find examples to give them a path which is consistent with the aspirations of their idealistic souls rooted in goodness. Examples don't come out a TV set, a luxury car or a highly paid work. Examples come from love, love BETWEEN people beginning inside the family and expanding in the close circles where it interacts.
By love, I mean, understanding, attentiveness, care, share ..., it is the base, as Jesus found out, BUT based on the first commandment he did
not support because he didn't get the true message in it, because this first commandment is all the time
truncated in two and only the first part remains in light though it is understandable only in its whole:
there is a God only if thisGod leads its people out of slavery, out of tyranny, out of Egypt that was at the time
and place the world's 'illuminati' center, out of the power of a few over the multitude.
I love my people, and I fear the masters of war, of death.
Btw, if you know 'another God' that gave to humankind* the recipe of freedom,
that calls mankind to beware of itself and of the 'masterisation' of humanity,
that put in the universe the seeds of love, of being happy together, of playing,
of cheating, for fun ... Please tell me !!!
* Through the 'Jewish people' who, not only like Jesus failed to grasp the message
but twisted it for their own power games, from down to up and up to down.
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