There has been this question hanging in the space: ‘what are we waiting for?’
The show on the surface moves like a serpent, from the left to the right, from the right to the left, from the sunny to the rainy but underneath is the invisible force hard to understand, but easy to feel when it retaliates, as it has a war like nature. I went to see a film document in Sydney, about Bobby Sands and the hunger strike. Deeply moving story with a moment standing out of the whole film where there are two rows of prisoners, standing along the corridor and each banging in unison with 2 lids as an expression of their protest. The sound was overwhelming but it culminated in the instant silence afterward, which surpassed the sound in magnitude.
Once upon a time there was a manifesto guiding our planet and its leaders:
1.The Five Being Obligolnian Strivings of Ashiata Shiemash (45)
And this took place as follows: “All the beings of that planet then began to work in order to have in their consciousness this divine function of genuine Conscience, and for this purpose, as everywhere in the Universe, they transubstantiated in themselves what are called the ‘being-obligolnian strivings’ of which there are five, namely:
First Striving: “To have in their ordinary being-existence everything satisfying and really necessary for their planetary body.”
Second Striving: “To have a constant and unflagging instinctive need for self-perfection in the sense of being.”
Third Striving: “The conscious striving to know ever more and more concerning the laws of World-creation and World-maintenance.”
Fourth Striving: “The striving from the beginning of their existence to pay for their arising and their individuality as quickly possible, in order afterwards to be free to lighten as much as possible the Sorrow of our Common Father.”
Fifth Striving: “The striving always to assist the most rapid perfecting of other beings, both those similar to oneself and those of other forms, up to the degree of the sacred Martfotai, that is, up to the degree of self-individuality.”
“Each one of these follows from the other, and, taken relatedly, they are axiomatic, self-evident to objective reason. Although the organism may reject these five obligations, the “I” knows this as true.
The effort should be to apply (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) simultaneously, that is, all in any one given action. It is the duty of the I to select, from among a number of possibles, the one which will allow an inclusion of all five. The organism will be determined to select one by past experience. The I must make the effort to non-identify, select, and actualise the one in which its purpose will be served.”