Rape is an Analogy of Humanity (“my uncensored thoughts of a Moment in Time”, an unedited excerpt)

When someone shares their heart and soul, we should take a moment to reflect, consider and thank them for allowing us to understand the pain without having to live through the event ourselves.

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We rape our earth, we rape each other daily.  Rape is one of many analogies my mind defines that calls for the desperate need for humanity to break the chains of our present paradigm.  Human evolution cannot begin without a change from one way of thinking to another, a revolution, a transformation, a metamorphosis, a call for action not perpetuation of our present paradigm by apathy.  We need to understand this as an absolute, we have no other choices left in order for our children’s, children’s, children to enjoy the magic of our beautiful world in a way they deserve, and this is our ultimate responsibility. At this point in time, we have come no further than our hunter gatherer ancestors, in fact our indifference and lack of action, is nothing more than a form of backsliding in terms of humanities evolution.

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3 thoughts on “Rape is an Analogy of Humanity (“my uncensored thoughts of a Moment in Time”, an unedited excerpt)

  1. My soul thanks you Aleister. My life is transforming very quickly at the present moment. I have broken the chains and they are falling away more quickly than I ever thought possible. I will be journaling my journey in my WordPress blog so stay tuned……eternally, Lily

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