compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
and THE DIRECTIONAL ‘COMPASS’ IS TIME’s ORIGINAL MEASUREMENT TOOL"
In spite of the age old reference to problems or bad situations that remain the same, even when people or things involved in them are different, this very particularly relevant article in [TIME] perspective of Julian E. Zelizer shouts volumes with respect for and regard to the very future of the so-called DEMOCRATIC PROCESS in THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA ...
Plus ça change plus c'est la même chose.
SO having recently watched [THE] most intriguing Netflix
True-Crime documentary revelations in their TV drama
'HOW TO FIX a DRUG SCANDAL', the overriding conclusion
that my soulmate Linnie and I came to was that in just the
one state of Massachusetts, the evidence of the lack of top
down higher levels of so called management of barely a few
persons who were responsible for Court Case Drug Testing
the entirety of 100s of thousands of drug-related evidence,
was manifest and no doubt dissimilar than the rest of the
system of political control across the nation, including I
would humbly suspect, any kind of coordinated response
to the multitude of issues in dire need of [BE]ing urgently
and appropriately addressed, with respect for and regard
to the consequences of LACK of ACTION vis a vis the very
issues of planetary climate change, that are [NOW] day by
At the United Nations climate change conference in Paris, COP 21, governments agreed that mobilizing stronger and more ambitious climate action is urgently required to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. Action must come from governments, cities, regions, businesses and investors. Everyone has a role to play in effectively implementing the Paris Agreement.
The Paris Agreement formally acknowledges the urgent need to scale up our global response to climate change, which supports even greater ambition from governments. The commitments from all actors are recognized in the decision text of the Paris Agreement, including those launched through the Lima–Paris Action Agenda.
As Kingsley L. Dennis has so succinctly proposed in
"For many of us we have been brought up within a social structure that demands we become a ‘productive member’ of our society; thus much emphasis is placed upon developing individual skills so that we can compete with each other for social betterment. Inherent in this is a residual fear that if we open ourselves too much to others we may lose our ‘competitive edge’ and defined sense of individuality. Much of mainstream media (aka propaganda) has exploited the mythological images, collective stereotypes, and subconscious signifiers that play on our collective vulnerabilities and social fears. Knowledge has more or less trickled down to the average person through heavily filtered channels, and most often has been doctored, amended, and/or edited. The end result has been not knowledge but consensus information, or ‘allowed’ information. It has served the elite power structure well that people in general have not awoken to the understanding that humanity possesses incredible capacity and inherent resources for creative expansion and evolutionary development."
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