We all want things to be ‘better for our children’, compared to ‘how things were for us’ – but the truth of the matter is that we can’t just ‘want’ things to be different; we have to actually be and live differently, to manifest the opportunity for our children to live things differently.
"Banners removed & plant pot in place by one resident who agrees with anti- homeless spikes. #London pic.twitter.com/YGFDaRlTfn" - Sarah Firth RT
What does it say about ourselves to spend money on spiking places where homeless people sleep instead of realizing that we ARE leaving people without anything on the streets and so require to be Supported to Live in Dignity? Empathy anyone?
The first fallacy: Power means to have LOTS of money, being in a ‘higher position’ where you can control others and abuse something/someone to continue aggrandizing your personal power. So, this is certainly not the definition of power, but the definition of Abuse masked as ‘power’ and ‘success’ and some kind of ‘divine power’ that is ingrained in our minds from thousands of years ago, mind control it is.
The word ‘power’ in Spanish is ‘poder’ which means simply ‘can’ / ‘being able to’ and as such it is interesting how we have elevated the word ‘power’ to something beyond ourselves, something that we almost see sitting up high on a throne far away from our reach, we see it as some blinding almighty light that only gods and masters can obtain, and politicians,…
If Education is a product and a profitable system, where does the consideration of giving free good quality education remains when you have to have a degree to make good money, but you require an extensive amount of money to pay for college? This deliberate social lock must be removed through a political reform to ensure Education is given as the Human Right it is, and no longer be managed by the now educational corporate system.