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Peace On Earth

Thursday, December 24, 2009 - Posted by | Life, Thoughts


  1. While that is a beautiful ideal, I’m afraid humanity will never reach that endpoint. But that would take humanity realizing that what truely divides us as people is so small in comparison to what is the same about us. Unfortunately, those miniscule things that separate will continue the gulf and there will always be conflict. I know this is incredibly pessimistic but only way I see humanity having peace on earth after we have killed one another off. And now for something a little more positive, BrotherP, seasons blessings and safe and loving celebrations for you and yours.

    Comment by Dark Frosty | Friday, December 25, 2009 | Reply

  2. Thanks for the feedback Dark Frosty,

    Peace on Earth will only be a dream as long as people continue to think the way we have been programmed to think. There is too much hate and distrust for anything else. We don’t even want to take any social responsibility for our brothers and sisters who live might live next door and share our schools and share our community services. And then we want to holler peace on earth during the holidays. I understand where you’re coming from. But ’tis the season that tries to remind us that we’re in this together. Too bad it’s a lesson very few of us will ever get.


    Comment by brotherpeacemaker | Friday, December 25, 2009 | Reply

  3. OFFICIALDOM can not live in a vacuum
    In the real world Government is propped up with Legislation and enforced by Police using a Court System applying The Rule of Law that delivers financial, physical and psychological punishment to deviants. We all do our bit to maintain this reality because we all benefit from this system, or fear the consequences of radicalism.
    The Internet however, is a whole different world. Active membership in this other world is restricted to people who think as I think. Visitors welcome, but if you do not identify yourself or I do not like your friends, do not expect me to buy whatever it is that you are selling, whether it is a little booklet advertising the fun things that I can find near the Interstate highways or the reason I should buy an educational course or a new brand of politics or religion. It is my world and although no body makes up serious rules here, there are social forces that can not be denied, independent from the written laws of our old world civilization. If you disagree with me you may leave the same way that you came in, quietly or screaming, your choice.
    I have in my possession 1000’s of beautiful certificates and letters, many of which are obvious fakes, written by real people in the real world and all delivered to me by e mail, except for a letter from the RCMP and one counterfeit check which was delivered by regular mail and a few counterfeit money orders, and a pretend credit card delivered by UPS.
    In any court in the real world, these fraudulent certificates establish that fraud exists on the Internet and any teenager with a computer and too much time on his hands could send me just about anything. No judge would have any way of determining authenticity so I can not be faulted for not believing anything that is sent to me by e mail. What I choose to believe is my choice.
    So here is the crack between two worlds where we can move from the one to the other: the paradigm shift.
    THE UNWRITTEN NET LAW #1 Anything delivered by e mail may be treated by the recipient as a joke. Response to any directive delivered by e mail is exclusively the choice of the recipient.
    The old system can only work the way it does if it stays out of the Internet. The new anything on the Internet is a social network. Officialdom can not live in a vacuum. The Internet is a social network of social networks. The new world order is a social network.

    Comment by chris tidman | Friday, December 25, 2009 | Reply

  4. I wish you and your family joy in spirit, peace of mind and health in body for this holiday season and the year to come!


    Comment by asabagna | Friday, December 25, 2009 | Reply

    • Thank you Asa!!!

      I wish you and yours the best as well! Happy Holidays!


      Comment by brotherpeacemaker | Friday, December 25, 2009 | Reply

  5. love the concept. artwork is great!

    Comment by dianne | Monday, January 4, 2010 | Reply

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