You've all heard expressions such as "It's not what you say it's what you do?", "Actions speak louder than words?", "Put your money where your mouth is?" You know.. talking and walking?
Barack Obama, the messiah savior from Krypton himself, is probably the best example of a president we've had to date for saying one thing and doing another. If he is speaking publicly? ...odds are he is lying. That would be a real safe bet.
What I find interesting is that when they are stumping to collect our votes and get elected they know exactly what we the people want. They know exactly what it is we wish to hear and have done. They know!! Yet once elected they do something completely different. Contradictory even.
We and they know what's important to us. But that is NOT important to U.S. So what is important to U.S.?
Call me human. I'm fallible, imperfect, flawed and will most definitely make mistakes. To me that is an obvious given. We have no choice about this that is the way it is. The way it it is for each and every human on the entire planet there are NO exceptions to this. That actually is what it is to be human.
There is one exception they never error and always know what they are doing according to TV, modern movies and all corporate controlled media. That would be our run by humans Federal Government our dictator president decides everything is never wrong all wise and knowing. (GAK)
Ooops! Another error in life. Shit! As hard as I try I am human and can't seem to lose this human thing.
It is certainly important to recognize and acknowledge when we flaw in life. As we will all do quite often. This will help us from flawing again. This is what separates us from the "arrested developments" they see no flaws needing correction.
That is certainly important and critical to our personal development and maturity. I think most healthy people recognize and acknowledge this.
But there is a "Flip side" to this that also must be recognized and acknowledged. How will we deal with those human imperfections coming from others around us because they are simply being human themselves? Our personal growth and maturity also depends on how we handle that in our lives.
You all know this quote from Obi-Wan to Luke Skywalker in the first Star Wars released: Episode IV A New Hope - 1977. Obi-Wan is telling Luke to rely upon his ability to tap into a potential available to him that would make him more accurate than the targeting computers themselves.
Now I don't know what you would call it. I don't even know how it can possibly be explained. But it sure looked to me, in hindsight, like "The Force" was at work here in a true life experience of mine that happened a long long time ago and in a place far far away.
Animusic, as the name suggests, is all about computer 3D animation of computer music. They have two DVDs out and a third on the way.
Think synthesizer, MIDI, Sans-Voice for the computer music. Therefore the Animusic creations are purely melodic with no "voice story line" as it were? The reason I am putting them up here is because Animusic creations are a wonderful example of things like Imagination, Creativity and Artistic expression. Demonstrating such things as visual talent, audio talent and computer talent.
Creativity and Imagination are two things that the government controlled education indoctrination system seems to stifle, suppress, in our children. Some think it is a side effect of a dysfunction system. I believe it is intentional and by design. I could be wrong as I myself am "Left Handed" therefore my Right Brain dominates. So this conclusion could be nothing but some kind of holistic intuitive creation imaginary fantasy dot-connected big-picture day-dream curious hallucination... in full color of course.
You may, or may not, recognize this expression put forth upon us by Mark Twain. No truer words were ever spoken. He was and is to this day still absolutely correct about that. You would be a fool to think otherwise.
Here is the actual full fleshed out expansion of those.. "Words"?
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.
- Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
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