Tuesday, October 20, 2015


We hope to touch the world with every mind, and yet, we cling to the value of each mind in essence. For in every mind, we somehow fear when viewing from the each that the majority would fail in its attempt to rule well, to choose well. We are blinded by the roulette of the each.

For in its decision-making events, the each employs a tactic that will not work for the every. The each intends for itself, and only itself. The every moves forth with whole-frame scenarios and the genuine concern for the All in all, for the every moment awareness that is always available to mankind, if he would by truth see its unifying connection.

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