Though our physical body may not last forever, our impact on the consciousness of this world can.
Though we cannot speak directly to millions of people, the ripple effect of our actions can...
If you help one other person to be better or do better, they then help others in their lives to be better.
If you give someone some knowledge that enables them to navigate this world in a smoother way,
If you enable others to make a better life for themselves,
through encouragement or directly helping them, then you are creating a ripple effect that passes on to everyone that they will ever come into contact with, and all the resulting offspring of that person and so on and so forth.
The WEF's proclaimed 'Cyberpandemic' has begun: defense, power, water, finance + our supply chain are all vulnerable to massive disruptions after FireEye & SolarWind have unleashed weapons of mass digital destruction + unlocked the back doors of governments -
militaries, and nearly the entire Fortune 500.
Who stands to benefits from this Cyberpandemic?
you will hear : Global Solutions require Global Governance
As the internet is global, they will say we need a global force to control it all, a global currency will come with it
to be honest, we have our societies to blame too.
We are all too reliant on the internet, too reliant on technology and the supply chain for others to procure food and water for us
we have become weak and doughy slugs, ripe for being taken advantage of.
Non-attachment to thought is an exercise in discrimination.
Through practice, we gradually gain control of the ‘painful’ or impure thought waves by asking ourselves:
Why do I really desire that object?
What permanent advantage should I gain by possessing it?
In what way would its possession help me towards greater knowledge and freedom?
The answers to these questions are always disconcerting
"Ultimately, it is the desire, not the desired, that we love." Friedrich Nietzsche
They show us that the desired object is not only useless as a means to liberation but potentially harmful as a means to ignorance and bondage; and, further, that our desire is not really desire for the object-in-itself at all, a mere restlessness in the mind.