peace-and-society

It’s 2:30 in the afternoon
and I’m still wearing my hangover
like a scarf tied too tightly around my neck:
stomach warm and mind thick with fog.
Today, I don’t need your knee-jerk small talk.
I don’t want to hear about your cousin’s wedding
or how your recipe for raspberry scones
didn’t come out right.
 
I just want some silence
from a world of obsession
Today, I’m staying home.
—  Schuyler Peck, Clocking Out
Life is not measured by the amount of possessions you acquire, but by the quality of what you create. Day by day, work on building your masterpiece.
I want to believe we can come back to peace.
Perhaps after we’ve made rubble of all our cities and run out of graves, it’ll finally hit us. When we realize what we’re missing, it’ll be too late to save this. We are burying our brothers and sisters. We are building bigger bombs and avoiding naming the issue. We are fighting in the name of a God that created our same enemies. You can’t make sense of something like this. There are children born today that have never known a state of peace. There are mothers dying without being able to protect them from it. When it’s all over, what will we say? Who will we dare blame for this devastation?
—  Schuyler Peck, Give Peace A Chance
Run away from the false illusions that society has created. Protect your own beliefs and values from being pressured into conforming with them.
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skam meme: [3/5] characters, william magnusson

“We live in a society because we need each other. People need people. It can be tiring to deal with others; especially the ones you disagree with. Those who think differently from you. Whether it’s someone from another culture, or a girl who’s a lame Facebook friend from elementary school. In a peaceful society with equal rights, we have to manage to listen to, and try to understand one another. Perhaps it’s easier to understand if we focus on what we have in common rather than the differences. Look for what we agree with, instead of what we disagree with. Maybe, if we see the worst in others, it is exactly that what they’ll show us.”

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“We live in a society because we need each other. People need people. It can be tiring to deal with others; especially the ones you disagree with. Those who think differently from you. Whether it’s someone from another culture, or a girl who’s a lame Facebook friend from elementary school. In a peaceful society with equal rights, we have to manage to listen to, and try to understand one another. Perhaps it’s easier to understand if we focus on what we have in common rather than the differences. Look for what we agree with, instead of what we disagree with. Maybe, if we see the worst in others, it is exactly that what they’ll show us.

It was snowing yesterday as I was walking home. The world seemed so quite and so peaceful. And for a tiny moment the voices in my head were gone. I was at peace.
—  Philippa A. Madsen - Twelve Months
The true nature of our existence.

There is more to this life and you have known it since you were young.. 

The structure of this system is the enslavement of our humanity.

Our light of existence that gave us infinite capabilities has been replaced with a manipulated reality where we are in the dimensional perspective of slaves to our own life. 

We have only forgotten, it will not be lost.

Here is now is our rec-aliment of the moment where your  rightful life will be  filled with oneness and infinite measure from our hearts content with living it.

It was our choice to come to help evolve alongside our corrupted humanity in the help of  shifting of our existence back to our Eden of reality.

For we are the bridge makers of this existence. We are all attentive and we are all loving.

We bridge and manifest within our soulful roles and partake in the front line of transitioning into this pure future. We deliver our truths to the masses in obtainment of our loving potential.

Follow your callings and accept your role as healer.

A poem

In a world
Full of people

Where there’s pain
And nothing’s equal

In a place
Full of hate

And where hating
Is your fate

Where there’s war
And there’s crime

And the time’s
Set by a chime

Where you’re forced
To stay in line

Where the sun
Will never shine

And people whine
By the shrine

‘Cause its sign
Shows nothing’s fine

Where ignorance
Is a thing

And society’s
Sickening,

There she…

She still likes
To be alone

She finds joy
In the unknown

Not she forgot
What love is like

For she accepts
The roses spikes

Despite the war
She’s peace inside

She takes her time
And keeps her pride

She stands out
For she is different

And her sun’s set
High so brilliant

‘Cause she has faith
She’d not shed tears

Though others gave up
And drowned in fears

She kept her mind open
For new things to come

And she sees the beauty
In places so humble and glum.