Check out @globalzero’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/globalzero/status/594705733784051712
And, that is the problem. That is always the problem. The stories in individual heads, the plots and the scripts they keep writing and need to rewrite and adjust in order to make that last thing not a mistake, because “leaders” don’t make mistakes, at least it can’t appear as if they do, lest? lest what? Mistakes are made. Covering them up like they didn’t happen and creating reality based on not going back and fixing them is ……….. idk, i guess my nature is a bit more scientific than it is imaginative.
yet, maybe its just because i’m a mom and my daughter is always the shot of grounding back to bare bone facts, truth, needs and survival I need to never get too carried away being me while I play with the politicians who can craft an interesting scene with the authority they really seem to be taking for granted right now.
Or maybe its not that at all. Maybe they just write scripts on the fly because a new one is paying my salary? Or, maybe they don’t have a script of their own at all so they just stick with old fashioned scripts, “Disposable Women,” as we discovered is still being rewritten in the case in South Africa where killing your girlfriend only deserves, at most, 5 years behind bars.
the cosmos gives us the expansion
to evolve an enslaved mentality
that comes with manifestation
of an organic earth nature
freeing the mind is the
only cure for the
just do it.
From my NikiSpeak blog,
We have an unsolveable problem here on earth. How to manage nuclear waste without it harming our natural world to the point of toxicity humanity cannot survive? What’s worse about that problem is the wild card truth: we do not know how toxic a reality we CAN handle. So, in our curiosity and now in our greed, we have opened a pandora’s box that we not only do not know how to contain, but we do not know how long we have to solve the problem.
What we do know is this, until we solve the problem of the uncontained nuclear leak in Fukushima, no new nuclear power plants should be approved. On second thought, does it matter if we do not survive Fukushima? I mean, if its an unsolvable problem (because that’s really what it looks like), we may as well go forward and keep building them … a quick death is probably preferred.