The great dharma wheel is nothing more complex than that. The big mystery in life is that there is no mystery.
So justice, why don’t we have it? Any thoughts?
These issues are prevalent now only because we have collectively learned to sustain our food supply. We have luxury and idle time galore. True, and we sacrificed the very self knowledge that would let us use all this free time productively. When the bodies needs are met readily, this doesn’t contradict nature.
I would say we are distracted by the very system we support. It’s a paradox. Oh, indeed. It was poorly engineered, but how was it created at all? And who is responsible? Should we sue them?
We would be suing ourselves? We would be suing ourselves, and our ancestors, and those species that were our ancestors before ever we were on this earth. No body could pay any fine, except for us now, and we are going to because we invented the idea of fines, of privilege.
So our task is to become aware by the pursuit of knowledge of truth, wisdom, and to make incremental, non-destabilizing changes. Deliberate changes through awareness, yes indeed.
The age old question. Can the system be changed from within or do you need to be on the outside? Both at this point.
It takes time. My advice is to concern ourselves with our own systems. Our bodies, emotions, minds and spirits. Unify them all. Yes, human responsibility is to understand their part.
I’ve found that doing that leads to getting out of the system. When you realize the shoes don’t fit and all the pain is because of those old shoes, you will very likely discard them all together. Discarding the shoes is a metaphor for unsubscribing to your role, not for ignoring anything.
A big influence on the system can be done looking elsewhere. They hate it when you look elsewhere. No such thing as a closed system, not even in science. Look at the bigger picture and it will arm you with insights that will help you deal with this nasty little snarl.
Ah, there is. I would call a closed system, Occult Magick. Oh, some are conceptually closed, yes. But it’s a superficial facet and not functionally true. Thus creating the sapping dissonance which those who adopt some metaphysical and spiritual views experience.
Some construct these closed systems and impose them upon others for selfish reasons. They do, yes.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.