letting it go and being at peace is exactly what I need to do. The Filing penalty really is annoying it is based on nothing a pure chancers piss in the wind, I literally do not have a bank account any more and do not wish to have one I am interested in participating as little as possible in the consumer machine, there is plenty left in the world without all of that and I am finding it rather more fulfilling for me personally.
I watched this film yesterday hadn’t seen it before the Wikipedia article particularly the talk section is quite interesting it was made in 2009, Released then anyhow a lot of it is very good there is an ironic streak shot through as it is funded by a French luxury brands corporation. The films overall message chimes with my own life philosophy but it ultimately is woolly and shot through with Goreisms a la an inconvenient truth. The truth is indeed uncomfortable but corporations pushing luxury brands are chief amongst those who would obscure it as [b]Turkeys do not vote for Christmas.[/b]
Google this term ( al gore carbon trading company)
Balance Balance Balance, the artificial system of government is best executed where its interlocutors are not allowed to reach a balance where any distraction and discomfort that can be employed to prevent clear critical thinking and sight of the choices which will lead to self-fulfilment are necessarily and usefully employed.
I can fill out the forms and observe the Keep off the Grass signs, but what a shit system it is. Habeas Corpus is long dead in fascist England and the Fascist Anglo American Gulag.
Was reading this the other day.
28. If a person gave your body to any stranger he met on his way, you would certainly be angry. And do you feel no shame in handing over your own mind to be confused and mystified by anyone who happens to verbally attack you?
42. When any person harms you, or speaks badly of you, remember that he acts or speaks from a supposition of its being his duty. Now, it is not possible that he should follow what appears right to you, but what appears so to himself. Therefore, if he judges from a wrong appearance, he is the person hurt, since he too is the person deceived. For if anyone should suppose a true proposition to be false, the proposition is not hurt, but he who is deceived about it. Setting out, then, from these principles, you will meekly bear a person who reviles you, for you will say upon every occasion, “It seemed so to him.”
Onwards and upwards.