Visible Origami | Ruminations Upon the Bridge of Confusion.

Dog Poet Transmitting……..

Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there and just because you can doesn’t mean it is.

Big change is in the wind both collectively and individually. To get some idea of the shape it is going to take on the pedestrian level, imagine the French Revolution and the extreme decadence of the ruling class, juxtaposed by the ever worsening state of the ever growing peasant class. There is a great deal of similarity with what was then and what is now. The level of indifference and disconnect on the part of the ruling class is truly impressive. In many cases they could care less but they will care. They will care. These massive cultural changes seem to come out of nowhere but that is never the case. They seem to come out of nowhere because most people aren’t paying any attention to anything besides the allurements of self interest. It renders one totally subjective and only an objective mind can see things ahead of time. The less you can see, the more it is capable of acting on you. The more you can see, the greater your ability to identify and evade what is not in your best interest.

Speaking of seeing things ahead of time; those caught in the thrall of magnetized materialism are capable of calculation and seeing ahead but only in terms of what they are engaged in and seldom in terms of the moral implications of what they do or the consequences that attend their actions. There is something about the atmosphere of ubiquitous corruption that grants an impression of immunity from the usual karmic syndrome. Witness the bankers and their vast crimes and zero retribution for any of them. For those who have reached a certain level of influence and cozy interplay with authority, there’s a sense of succor and protective armor. It’s fascinating to watch.

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