|Re: What effects will it really have
Date: 4/20/2008 4:54:00 PM ( 6y ago )
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|the old saying goes "when in rome........."|
if one wishes to be an extremist national in their own country, that's down to the freedom to do so if that country allows it by law.
By all means everyone has a right to remain in their own misery. I am not attempting to pull anybody away from the enjoyment of their right to wallow in the mud. …just stating a fact of the matter.
Normally people think that they have to be for something or against it. But there is a third choice…
If one were to choose for himself, he can either choose to join and associate with a group and abide by the rules of that group, or choose not to join the group then no rules would need to be accepted. The third alternative is not choosing at all. It is called a choice-less awareness.
…the nationalist flag wavers are made up where many are racialist's ect. and can be dealt within by the law of that country.
would you allow someone into your HOME and give them the freedom to what they wish?
don't think so, tomi.
Understanding that most in the world are unconscious extremists, there are few that would be invited into my home, as I do not choose a role to conflict with the unconscious masses. There are a few conscious individuals that would be invited, though… and with them no laws in my home would be needed for them.
Laws keep people divided and separated from each other... from dealing with each other face to face... In America for instance, if you have a problem with someone you take them to court and have the court settle the matter. The existence of the laws and the courts keep people from interacting with each other in a personal way. In America neighbors don’t know each other, they don’t want to take the time to get to know one another. They would rather not have to deal with each other. So, they hire an attorney and settle their differences in a court room.
The more unconscious a society becomes, the more laws are needed. The more conscious the people become and the less laws are needed. A group of totally conscious individuals, then no laws would be necessary.
Remain unconscious or be more conscious… If you choose to be more conscious, you are adding more awareness to the society in which you live… bringing more understanding to that society. Hence, bringing more order to the society as well as to your own life. If you remain unconscious you are contributing to the chaos and the necessity for more laws.
Just saying... it makes it more clear when you look at all the issues in this way.
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