The following is my attempt to explain the only way out of our

collapsing social plurality; my 101 course on life.

I wrote it the only way I know how; as a parent; to inspire reason.

We begin by opening our eyes by unlocking the mind;

followed by a snapshot of our social backdrop,

ending with a blueprint for a clear solution.

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All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. 

 I don't know if Aristotle inadvertently put us into a box of reason when he drew the road map of our   mind with four intersecting questions;  



 He merely defined our human interlock; some call thought, others the matrix. 

 I do know we have spent our entire existence trying to think outside of it. 

 ...bumper to bumper... 

Like a dog chasing its tail.

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"to know, you must be willing to forget what you have been taught"



 Humans have been compared to snowflakes. 

 No snowflake is the same but made up of the very same ingredients. 

 Our combinations of identical personality traits are as varied as snowflakes. 

 The result is that we all interpret things differently, 

 not intentionally, which is very important to know. 

 Within this challenge of varying interpretations, 

 you are taught by others; that their wants are your needs. 

 Understanding these two truths is where your social struggle begins. 


 These are the things school should be teaching; becoming human, knowing what   it is to be human, but it is hidden from you like all things. 

 Cognitive dissonance intervenes when someone tries to awaken you to them; 

 a sense of discomfort is felt; people deny or label conspiracy. 

 You must wake to reality... 

 Thought has the same blueprint as the society it created. 

 Just as computer to mind, as God "too" Earth, 

 everything begins with a connection to a fact. 

 The mind splits the fact with opinion-yes/no; 

 the separation from nature/reality/truth.  


 "everything was good, then you began..." / "walking your own path; away..." 

 Therefore, the answer is to turn around...to know where you are. 

 More importantly: too, know where your mind needs to be. 

Looking up is looking away; fwd focus.  Follow sight not vision.

"Strong minds discuss ideas,
average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people"

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" Good Luck with your search for Saper Vedere"