Saturday, July 23, 2011

Waking up the the Cause of Crisis

We live in a world dominated by the pathology of power. And we’re totally ingenuous about that. But ignorance of corruption is no excuse, and our silent acquiescence is a form of condoning it.

Norberto Keppe’s work of Analytical Trilogy has made enormous strides in giving us the tools to analyze the powerful behind the creation of the most unjust society in history – today’s – and that’s why his work has been so attacked by media and political figures alike. But the work is still there, albeit out of the mainstream, and available to help you understand the world we live in, and how we’ve gotten so off track.

We’ll explore the genesis of Keppe’s study into sociopathology and offer a searing critique of the media that keeps us asleep today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Living a Life of Value

The poet, William Ross Wallace, but it well: "Every man dies, but not every man really lives," he said. And that should give us pause here in our hectic, commercialized and materialistic world.

Are we really living? And what does that mean anyway?

A couple of questions there that don’t have easy answers. Which is maybe why we avoid them so arduously by distracting ourselves with happy hours and blockbusters and diverse entertainments. There is so much energy spent on just surviving that I’d like to step back from today to consider life in a deeper way. Living a Life of Value, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Friday, July 01, 2011

Decay in the Land of Plenty

We are living in the best of times for social activism. Norberto Keppe’s science of Analytical Trilogy contains priceless perspectives on any number of important themes for all concerned citizens. And knowing this puts us in a much better position to work for change. Without his science, we end up just criticizing, or worse, replacing corrupt systems and people with even worse situations because we didn’t understand more deeply what was going on – as happened with the French Revolution where the nobility was replaced by the even worse financial/economic power structure.

As Keppe writes, “Our task today is to disinvert the position of humanity, which is now at the service of the individual interests of a few thousand people, meaning that the rest of us cannot work for our own benefit. We’ve organized a senseless social system within which we’re all forced to live. From the time we’re born, we are confined in an inhuman social framework that increases our psychological tension to the extreme.”

With the perspectives brought by Analytical Trilogy, it is now possible once and for all to put a stop to the powerful and begin living in harmony with what we are in essence.

Today, we’ll look at all of that by considering the decay that lurks in the land of plenty.

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