Human evolution


As obnoxious* as it is to be subjected to the latest presidential manoeuvres every hour of every day on every media platform possible, believe it or not, his actions are helping to create a vital step in the evolution of humanity. The world must go through the anguish of his so-called changes, before we awaken to the fact that it is we ourselves who must change – not just one individual or group – we ourselves, all of us. If we change, then society changes.

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*Google results for Obnoxious:
Obnoxious   ob·nox·ious   əbˈnäkSHəs/
Adjective: Extremely unpleasant.

Synonyms: unpleasant, disagreeable, nasty, distasteful, offensive, objectionable, unsavory, unpalatable, off-putting, awful, terrible, dreadful, frightful, revolting, repulsive, repellent, repugnant, disgusting, odious, vile, foul, abhorrent, loathsome, nauseating, sickening, hateful, insufferable, intolerable, detestable, abominable, despicable, contemptible

informal horrible, horrid, ghastly, gross, putrid, yucky, godawful, beastly, skanky




5 thoughts on “Human evolution

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  2. Yes, I agree. I live in England, but we are aware of US politics. When Trump was inaugurated, I heard in the spirit: ‘He will awaken the Kraken in America.’
    You can’t get rid of a problem if you’re unaware it exists. To change, people have to become aware of what is really going on in their subconscious. To do that, they have to be given situations where they can express things like hate and intolerance (which are usually stuffed down under a Mr Nice Guy or Ms Perfect persona). The shadow is tricked out of hiding; it’s not pleasant to watch, but it’s only when people see themselves clearly that they can decide to change if they don’t like it. And ‘society’ is us, so when enough humans change, the world changes.


  3. Haha, yes! 😀
    Thank you very much for putting all this online, and yes, I can tell that you don’t get this information by using your intellect. The ‘do this inside and get that on the outside’ is especially helpful.
    Eg, I had a painful case of tennis elbow last year, it hurt for weeks. I know that ‘As within, so without’, but I wasn’t elbowing anyone out of the way; however, I had had to stop the work I enjoyed, and take up a job I disliked. Your description NAILED it.
    Am still reading and enjoying all the sections, I’m so happy to have found your site, it’s like an oasis in the internet desert! ‘Here be wisdom.’
    Have a lovely weekend.



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