compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Ha Ha - the sound of laughter, an expression of triumph on discovering something
... as our planet moves to the colder climes of its solar orbit and the inexorable increase in its surface temperature is further modified by global dimming, the vast oceans twixt the land absorb the predominance of that extra heat as potential precipitation, which is then shed upon both land and sea; the consequences of which are BEING daily experienced by ALL LIFE on EARTH as the sea levels continue to rise.
Ha Ha - a ditch or vertical drop forming a barrier without interrupting the view
... as stewards of ALL LIFE on EARTH it IS the responsibility of our species, individually and collectively, to seek authenticity of ACTION, and recognise that the transcendance of EGO is analagous to the concept of the ha ha. Once acknowledged, the EGO is accepted as "forming a barrier without interrupting the view" of the purpose of ALL LIFE on EARTH and throughout the multiverse of parallel universes.
Whilst the wars of fundamentalist religious & non-religious motivation continue to rage around the planet and a supplementary climate change conference is convened in Copenhagen, the concluding statements of the first part of this week's Financial Times series The Future of Capitalism; written by Martin Wolf & entitled "Seeds of its own destruction"; absolutely place into context the predominately patriarchal political mind-set of our new masters of the globe who are presently engaged, as ever, in confrontational discussions as to the agenda and its agreed underlying values & principles of their "last chance saloon" economic catastrophe event, due to take place in London on the 2nd April.
"On June 19 2007, I concluded an article on the “new capitalism” with the observation that it remained “untested”. The test has come: it failed.
The era of financial liberalisation has ended. Yet, unlike in the 1930s,
no credible alternative to the market economy exists and the habits of
international co-operation are deep.
'I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas any more,' said Dorothy after a tornado dropped her, her house and dog in the land of Oz.
The world of the past three decades has gone. Where we end up, after this financial tornado, is for US to seek to determine."
There will be a pre-cursor meeting to discuss the 2nd April EVENT this week-end in West Sussex, England to discuss an outline of the agenda but apart from the major EAST / WEST division of savers & spenders amongst the 20 participants, there IS already a major rift within the WEST as to whether regulation of the underlying causes of this catastrophe should be included, as well as adopting the spend, spend, spend mentality of both the US & UK administrations at the expense of the long-suffering, taxpaying and saving communities.
An absolute exemplification of the WE KNOW BEST - THEM and US - MIND-SET.
WILL this meeting of minds of our new masters of the globe - in the face of the common-sense ACTIONS of the people - IN FACT be destined to become the beginning of the FINAL Black Swan Event of our species? ... or WILL the people IN FACT have the "last laugh" over their new masters of the globe?
IT would seem that the ONLY HOPE of a "global common-sense outcome" to the
G20 summit in London lies with one of the 20 participants, the president of Brazil.
LET US HOPE and PRAY that his own values and principles concerning
"The future of human beings IS what matters" can INDEED prevail ...
IN OUR PURSUIT
of THE necessary
Greatful thanks to Wikipedia for the "Humpty Dumpty Hedgerow" picture, atop the
barrier "twixt" the people and their masters and its supportive cross-section.
"These men were leading as paternal leaders with impassioned speeches rather
than pragmatists with a developmental road map for their countries."
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