compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
TIME for HumanKIND to encourage the peoples of the USA that IT IS
injustice, which permeates every nook and cranny of Spaceship Earth.
TIME to eradicate the global mindset of political slavery & rise to the
challenge of SOCIAL JUSTICE for every passenger of Spaceship Earth.
In the NOW adopted role by the USA, of "WORLD POLICEMAN", IT IS
incumbent on its citizens, to rise in the name of SOCIAL JUSTICE and
establish the template for a model of sustainability, for the benefit of
future generations of passengers of Spaceship Earth.
A YIN&YANG model of balance and harmony which would encompass
everyone of the steps which Eric Liu has proposed in his article entitled
the basis of Chinese philosophical thought. Yin and Yang are at the
heart of Chinese medicine and there is no better way to explain the
philosophy of Yin and Yang through the Taijitu (the Supreme Ultimate)
better known as the Yin/Yang symbol. The symbol contains a number
of features that explain the simple themes of Yin/Yang philosophy.
• Yin and Yang form a whole. they cannot exist without each other,
but together they complete each other. They are complementary
but opposite, like night and day.
• Yin and Yang are constantly moving, and transforming into each
other. This is represented by the swirling nature of the Supreme
• Excessive Yin turns into Yang and vice versa. This is represented
by the smaller dots within the swirls of black and white.
Yin and Yang are used to describe the nature of everything in the
heavens and on Earth. It is a powerful philosophical model and one
that can always be applied to the workings of NATURE. For instance,
the day emerges from the night, becomes brighter and then at its
zenith starts forming the night again. If there is too much heat then
storm clouds will be created and cool the day down again: excessive
Yang creating Yin."
Dr. Daniel Keown - The Spark in the Machine
Dr. Keown goes onto say ...
"In society if capitalists (Yang) get too rich then the majority
of the workers (Yin) will rise up and overthrow them"
... as has ever been the case throughout
the entire period of the history of China.
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