Our collective reality is increasingly like life in a horror movie that one cannot wake from. Though many people have chosen to ram their heads in the sand and ignore the ever darkening horizon, they will be forced to wake up very soon.
~Dane Wigington (2014)
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Miserable people are dangerous for the simple reason they don't care whether the earth survives or not. They are so miserable that deep down they may think it would be better if everything were finished. Who cares, if you are living in misery? Only happy people... would like this planet to survive forever. (Osho)
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And I think most people will realize, that the world of this time is not governed by the best possible attitudes, it is governed by selfishness, it is governed by ambitions, that are false.., it is developing around a financial center, that is unendurable and it is also exploiting and destroying the natural ressources, all these things are happening. Every Newspaper has articles on them, every Individual knows something about these matters, but he continues to ignore them, either believing, that there is nothing he can do about them or that he is too busy doing other things that he prefers to do, but the great working of Karma, which sometimes brings a human being to the edge of Chaos, it brings the collective Humanity, of which we are a part, also to the brink of Chaos. (Manly P. Hall)
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"But what can you do, We both live in a world that is monitoring us from the inside out, not even trusting us enough to make our own mistakes... The very same Nanotechnology that imprisons us also makes us superhuman. (Post-Human)"
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There is far more to this world than taught in our schools, shown in the media, or proclaimed by the church and state. Most of mankind lives in a hypnotic trance, taking to be reality what is instead a twisted simulacrum of reality, a collective dream in which values are inverted, lies are taken as truth, and tyranny is accepted as security. They enjoy their ignorance and cling tightly to the misery that gives them identity. (Henri Bergson)(1907)