Let’s make something clear, here at the outset. Concepts like perfection, enlightenment, and utopia are unattainable. But, and here’s the rub, that fact is irrelevant regarding the human pursuit of progressive evolution. Sure, we may not ever be perfect, but we should always strive to do the best we can at any given task. We may not become a perfect chess player, but we can try to become a great chess player, or even the best. Similarly, we may not ever become enlightened but we can become the most enlightened version of ourselves.

It’s the old, wise cliché: the journey is the thing. Even if we fall short, the fact that we tried our best is what matters. This applies even to the pursuit of utopia. We may never attain a perfect utopia, but the pursuit of healthier more improved forms of human governance is the thing. Better to move forward, progressively adapting to and overcoming the vicissitudes of human life, than to stagnantly become fixed and entrenched in a particular way of living. As Robert Louis Stevenson put it, “It’s better to travel hopefully than to arrive.”



Over the past few years, there has been an explosion in awareness like never seen before. Worldviews have shifted dramatically and key issues have come into the spotlight which would have never met such a great audience just a decade ago, such as sustainable agriculture, contaminants in vaccines and in the water supply, and mass surveillance. Many people have abandoned the idea of partisan politics and the media which supports it. Thanks to the internet a people’s media emerged and started to clear the air of the lies and deceptions that the old media had been plagued with.

However, as this last election came to a close, the perspective shifted and took us a few paces backwards in many respects. Incidentally, the focus was placed on Trump rather than the issues which were being fought so hard throughout the Obama and Bush administrations. Once again, the debate has become about the integrity of those in power instead of actual real world issues that affect everyone.

Whatever you believe Trump’s motives are, it’s important that we don’t get so caught up in arguing over something we have no control over that progress made on real issues is lost. What the country needs right now is a massive healing, and I think the best way of doing that is to learn how to set minor differences aside and work together to solve our problems, instead of looking to government to solve them for us.


World On The Precipice As Russia Threatens To Shoot Down U.S. Jets, U.S. Refuses To Back Down

The world is now perhaps closer to World War Three than it has been in five decades as the situation in Syria is heating up yet again. In less than 24 hours, the United States has attacked the Syrian military, Iran has launched missiles into Syria, Russia is threatening to shoot down American planes, and the United States is digging in its heels and threatening to continue to provoke both the Russians and the Syrians.

But, despite the gravity of the situation, the United States is digging in its heels and reiterating its belief that it has the right to strike and occupy any country in the world and to do so with impunity.

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Why is Dr. Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project still talking about a false flag alien invasion?

In short, any attempt to execute even an isolated UFO attack on an American city or African village would be met with utter incredulity and derision. With the pervasiveness of Alt Media around the globe, virtually everyone can become a local reporter on demand. The end result is that any fake attack by alien spaceships would be quickly found out and revealed for what it really is—another government-coordinated false flag operation.