You are deserving of all that humanity has to offer, but you cannot earn it, and you are not in your rights to take it by force. You are deserving because you are human, and you are deserving for being exactly what you are.
All that you are present with, you are worthy to participate in. All persons who are in contact with you are worthy to interact with. This is without exception, but we get confused by artificial notions of “the rules”. How we are allowed to interact with others and why. These are lies, though some have some basis in truth.
Do you feel worthy?
“I believe that every individual is naturally entitled to do as he pleases with himself and the fruits of his labor, so far as it in no way interferes with any other men’s rights” Abraham Lincoln (American 16th US President (1861-65), who brought about the emancipation of the slaves. 1809-1865)
“Self-worth comes from one thing — thinking that you are worthy.” Wayne Dyer (American motivational Speaker and Author of self-help best selling books. b.1940)
Today’s topic is entitlement. It’s a complicated topic that many people have mixed feelings about, either feeling that the world owes them something or like they are undeserving of anything. Neither of which are functional beliefs, nor are they in any way true. Sometimes oddly both at the same time. People do get ambivalent also. Ambivalent is ambi-valent, two or more faces. But the world only recognizes one face. The one it gave you. That face is as the birds of the air or the beasts of the field. Do any animals seem to worry about what they deserve or… Seek More
The big mystery of entitlement is that no one “deserves” anything, not any more or any less than any other person. In the natural way, we would all enjoy both privileges and responsibilities more or less equally. So our society as a whole is running counter to our biological instinct? Yes, and this is why so many cultures have crumbled. None have survived intact as they originally were. They had to radically restructure themselves to improve the machine of control, but it is still doomed to break no matter what. Because to paraphrase Taoism, “That which goes against the Tao… Seek More
Even within a species, there is a tendency for individuals to specialize. Individuals are special. It even showed up in early human culture, but it’s especially evident in ants. Where the nurses are small and numerous, the warriors are large and fewer, and the foragers are middle sized and very efficient in their metabolisms. The longest lived of their kind, short of the queens. In ancient tribal culture, there were “chiefs” among humans. Sometimes only one when the people knew very little variation in their living conditions, but often more than one. The reason the people had chiefs was they… Seek More
In western society, they teach young men to be alphas. Lead them to believe that they are nothing if they cannot be an alpha. Which leads these young men to blind aggression, burn-out, alcoholism, drug abuse, and even domestic violence, because they have not been shown how they are deserving. They do not understand what they are entitled to, or their own worth. So instead, their shame makes them crazy. In the case of women, every woman feels she has to be the most desirable even if she doesn’t even want to take a domestic role. She winds up feeling… Seek More
What is the natural position of humans, really? Holistically, regarding all spheres and dimensions here. Excellent question. Humanity is the “watching” species, or in a multi-dimensional sense, they are earth custodians, not its owners. The shepherds of the life force concentrated here, so it can bear fruit and seed the multiverse itself with greater richness and diversity. A sort of cross pollination of dimensions so that none will ever truly die. One dimensional fire feeding another to infinity. Each dimension is like a cell in the brain contributing to the understanding that the multiverse has of itself. Yes. But why do… Seek More
So much sickness in the world. It seems like every year there is a new virus to worry about. I don’t think even the Aids virus is as wide spread as the influenza. We are entitled to heal even from viruses. They can do their job without killing us, as is also evidenced lately with the sharp increase in what normal’s are calling “genetic defect”. The rate of epigenetic transcription, by both viral transcription and altered proteins action as prions, will rise. How can they do that when so many are deadly? So many are deadly, because so many human… Seek More
How are you feeling? I feel curious. Excellent. That will take a bit of concentration to come up with an adequate metaphor. I’m eating at the moment, so “hungry” might fit at least for my physical aspect. Feeling is as diverse as the world itself, yes. But we will be discussing one in particular. I will ask you friends, Do you feel worthy? No. Not sure. I am no more or less worthy than any other. True, but knowing it is not the same as feeling it. Agreed. Today, I do feel worthy, but sometimes I don’t. What is it… Seek More
We have the natural world, which we are naturally a part of, and all worthy to be in and interact with, though we deal with it differently as is also natural and right. But is that the world we live the events we call our “life” in? Are you a good enough you, friends? I never feel like I am. Why is that? Do you have feelings from inside you that tell you, you are not enough of “you”? Perhaps. I see others around me, make more money, seem more pious, caring about others. Others. The other. Now with this… Seek More
Herd mentality is dangerous. It is highly dangerous. The most dangerous in humans, because we can take the emotional mind and twist it with imaginings. A horse is comforted by the presence of the horse standing right by its side. It doesn’t choose to be comforted or not to be. It’s lymbic system just tells it being in the herd is right, and that everything is ok. It’s humanity that must “define self”. If you could ask your pets or small children who they think they are, they will say “I am me”, and they won’t even think to ask,… Seek More
Why do some people try their best to make others feel unworthy? They are trying to reconcile their feelings of unworthiness, and have gone to feral extremes to do so. They are in a traumatic panic. Our emotional mind knows that anything other than worthiness is wrong, but then our thinking minds get in the way and try all sorts of context appropriate, but otherwise psychotic, fixes. We, in this day and age, have the ability to reverse engineer the emeotic track that has lead us to inherit all these toxic ideas. I will argue it’s even necessary for our… Seek More