Monday, March 29, 2010

Ejimacation -OR- Now You See It, Now You Don't.

I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

The things you say and do each day don't just happen. You learn, unlearn and relearn constantly. It can surprise you when you do something you didn't know you could do.
It rocks your world when you know something that you didn't know you knew. Realizing that you've forgotten something vital and regaining that knowledge is an empowering embarrassment.

Learning is incremental. Building a cogent relational database between your ears requires a constant awareness of the point of the exercise. The nuance betwixt what was, what is and what should be is what is in play.
Your benchmark is not this morning, yesterday, last week or even the last decade; although they must be factored in. Instead, you should try to establish an unbroken string of behaviors that result in the best practices of mankind, while being constantly aware of the manipulations and manipulators at work for personal or ideological motivations.

Why? When? What? HOW? and again WHY?

It is a relational database because you can move fore and aft on the timeline to determine any number of important considerations. The goal is to do the right things for the right reasons resulting in the maximum benefit to yourself with the least negative impacts on others. Simple in theory eh?

All the information you gather emanates from sources with purpose. Some are less crass and self-serving than others, and none are pure. You are the filter. Things that are discordant with what you should be reasonably expected to believe remain so regardless of how loud or how many times they are repeated.

You need help? Here's a little. Things have changed, but not enough and not all for the good. The undoing requires that you counter the inertial disinformation that keeps single-minded-ly spewing forth from the same old blowholes.

The documentary; "Orwell Rolls In His Grave" needs some updating, but watching it may help.
This and other important documentaries can be found at Free Documentaries Dot Org

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