Imperative observations.

30 June 2015

The quotes, images, videos etc., included in these posts come courtesy of  Wicky Quote,  Bartlett’s, About, Google, Pixabay. Ted’s talk, Internet Archive. My sincere thanks for their service.
My use of all the factors above are chosen and inserted to provide further interest in the subject,  and provide a stepping stone to the continuing text. Without the efforts of those who created the panoramic vision available on the internet, none of that would be possible. All placeholders, and quotations, are simply introductions to a very wide spectrum of historical knowledge that we can use.  My use of them is to pass the information through the various social links.                                                                                      Comments are welcome, but you should know that adding new placeholders, links, and equivalent quotes is all I am able to do.

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Placeholder logic: Nothing comes from nothing.

Everything that is, is inevitably sourced from this planet. Any reasonable standard of life is dependent on this planets provision.
Whatever factual evidence may prevail, stating its reality infers no personal knowledge, or ownership of its existence. When that reality is universally agreed upon, shared and used, its continuing presence and its effects on human consciousness, posit evolutionary development. That form of development seems to proceed in an invisible consciousness fashion, inhibited by any actual experience of evolving.
The theory of evolution was posited by two naturalists Darwin and Wallace circa 1850, based solely on their observation of the diversity of every manifestation of life available to them. Such theories are not products to be owned or merchandised, but only if they are true, to be utilized for the continuing preservation of the species, and this planet.

The term ‘commonality’ used throughout this text relates specifically to our species, the functionality and basic properties we all have in common to survive. Identifying those can give us a ‘common meeting ground of agreement’, whoever you are, wherever you are. Our commonality is not an ideological term that excludes the reality of each personality. It distinctly and evidentially establishes all forms of relationship where individuality contributes its measure of interdependence, and interconnectedness.  Human consciousness can only thrive in an environment that will procreate its existence through recognition of others. Its evolution and mankind’s existence are constantly intertwined.
This is no Pollyanna presentation but perhaps a prescription that points to the need for new thought to take place.Paradoxically ‘new’ thought may have to discuss the value of historical experience and meaning, as there seems to be a serious dislocation in the digital age where meaning is concerned. Language reduced to code has the possible danger of reducing any insight into our common consciousness.

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As this copy undergoes constant change, would recommend that if you do reach the end it may help the reader to return to the beginning. There may well be new copy to confirm your views.
This web page is a kaleidoscope of text, talks, music, and scenery, constantly being added to. Collectively, singly, or combinations, may have some meaning for you.

The use of text etc., and the continual addition of placeholders are the best source of answers to any questions.
In the final analysis the right answers for you can only be your own. Within our commonality, paradoxically, you are the agent of your own destiny.
The widespread notion that you can act independently is a myth.
To realize the physical truth of that, occasionally touch your belly button as a reminder of your connectivity, and what it all means.
As the theory and the process below is to introduce the possibility that we can think in a  new way, through the potential construction of a language, without dichotomies.
The pace of modern life gives us little encouragement to take time to stop, observe, and make new connections.
Our primary need is to make new and meaningful connections that actually impress on our consciousness. Because of the intricate complexities of modern life, adapting to its problems, and trying to make sense of their effect on us, perhaps the language we use may be the best tool available to provide that support.
My use of quotations, placeholders and images with the introductory text will be just so much jargon unless you personally find some real meaning in the presentation, and the will to follow through the suggestions to promote your interest. That interest will be the catalyst to build these concepts for us all.


Aesop’s Fables (c.620BC – c.560BC) The Hare and the Tortoise.

A contemporary interpretation could be applied in relation to our understanding of evolution. Evolution which proceeds at a pace beyond our consciousness level. The human species seem to be in a race outside their natural abilities, and if we take the message of the fable, that race is doomed to failure. Turn to the Tortoise!


  Good does not necessarily come by design. It can come by circumstance.



There is now enough material, and examples below, to provide information for you the reader to formulate your own set of principles into acceptable placeholders. Search the web for material that is equivalent, either in quotes, or short extracts from any contemporary or historical figure, male or female.
Enjoy the wide range of choices you find that agree with your placeholder formation. You may also want to check Ted talks for the same reason (include only the URL).
All acceptable contributions from individuals or groups, will be given proper attribution.
Place them in the comments box below.
Alternative option: Write a blog to the contrary in the free to use medium.

The challenge then is to find your own meaning, a meaning that is implicit and available. That form of cognition develops its own creative energy peculiar to every form of educative discipline – and is freely available with honest application.
This blog now runs to 9,000 words and counting. Coupled with that there are videos of Ted talks where I have found some relevance to the subject. In effect it is a time-consuming exercise, not your conventional blogging. The reader may find it is better digested in smaller portions, page by page.

All content on this domain page operates under a Creative Commons International license. It is not designed for any commercial purposes by this writer. An insight into our consciousness limitations below.
Neuro scientist David Eagleman.


Will be adding Flixxy and You Tube videos and Ted talks throughout these web pages staying strictly within their guidelines (non commercial), with the accompanying sentiment below as an introduction.

 If you like today’s video, please share it with your family and friends. Having listened to this authority I could just fold up my tent, and disappear into the night. It might just be enough for you,  but I will keep adding placeholders where I find them.

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