The whole world is incensed at the atrocities of nations.
The fiery hell of warzones, though only a fraction of the globe’s surface; a small percentile of the world-population, are a searing blight that can no longer be ignored.
The scars of the suffering are now seen by all of us, their cries are heard, their plight wakens us from troubled dreams.
Who will put down their guns first? Who will stop lying to cameras and gaslighting humanity?
The whole world cries out for vulnerability, for a return to childish innocence, the healing of wounds.
In every heart – but the very coldest – there is a desire for trauma to be acknowledged and humanity restored. In every mind – but the most abusive – lies the dream to use our technology for the benefit of all of humanity, to feed and shelter the world.
The most wretched of men, who profit from war, who spin lies in the media, who justify inequality and want, who weave elaborate distractions and foster addictions, even they know their time is done.
Yet I doubt they will stop and let humanity rise out of it’s death-spiral and it is likely that power will have to be torn from their undeserving hands.
We live simultaneously in the past and the future. Aspects of past are valuable, as are aspects of future. We must choose wisely what we bring with us and what we leave behind. The revolution is already here, but it exists beside the old order.
It is a linear and foolish mind that wonders why true progress takes so long, or despairs because it is not already here. For the change is already here, it just has not reached critical mass.
Inside all of us is this contradiction, this germ waiting to flower beneath the cold concrete of a failing civilization. To deny revolution only drives us into further anger and war; a truncation of the soul and denial of our healing capacities. We must open up to it, we cannot deny it anymore.
The great change is already upon us – it is in us waiting to emerge.
Like yin and yang we cycle between the old order and revolution – when we are in the old it is all there is and change feels impossible; when we are in the new the revolution becomes inevitable and our morale is total.
Eventually the new will reach critical mass and humanity will open and trauma and vulnerability will be resolved and patriarchy will die.
People will stop looking at phone screens, stop counting their likes or followers, and will listen to jackdaws and wander in woods of ancient yew trees. Clever minds which contrive guns and inane consumer gadgets will engineer plant-like power stations, star-seeking telescopes and cures for cancer.
The mouth-pieces of war and inequality, of oppression and division, will find their words no longer work upon enlightened ears. The vain aspirations of empty, soulless celebrities will be revealed as the illusion they are. Humanity must change.
We must open our hearts whole to Gaia, to Christ Jesus, to the Buddha, to Krishna, to Muhammad (PBUH) and all of the great spiritual leaders, simultaneously.
The whole world cries out for transcendence and the dawn of a new era.
There is no ‘pragmatism’ within this death-trajectoried world – only a delaying of the inevitable.
The most pathetic philosophers and scientists – weaklings and lickspittles – are those who parrot the old order, to sustain their fallen world view. The divisive, atomic, archaic view which represents nothing but their own personal moral failure and depression, hidden behind the veil of ‘objectivity’ and ‘masculine virtue’.
How miserable our civilization when even its cleverest minds are so pathetic and underachieving? How unimaginative these minds which revere dead men with broken philosophies and ignore the truths laid forth by our ancestors?
Through our shared will we must make the impossible easily possible. Such that the contradictions of new dialectics may emerge and humanity may finally evolve.
For after the revolution new problems will emerge, unforeseen circumstances will arise and the struggle will resume anew. Utopia is the dream of fools and the currency of tyrants. Yet how exciting to be at the dawn of a new era!
We are stuck in the past, an archaic and miserable vision of human society, a blight upon nature so wretched it calls such wretchedness nature itself.
Let us cast off this shell and dare to move into a new world – one of humanity, common decency, universal love and friendship; inspired by the myths of old but looking to the future; where the sword is worn only for defence and not for imperial conquest; where even the most wretched tyrant is forgiven by his own sudden irrelevance; where minds work together, not against each other; where women, trans and non-binary people are as respected as men; where difference of religion and ethnicity are to celebrated and not used as tools of division; where Gaia is restored and glorious humanity takes its place at Her temple of cycles and seasons, reverent of the past yet ready for the future.
This bastard child of patriarchy can harm Her no longer and we all know that a great change is upon us.