Friday, 25 October 2013
The exposure of a secret intent to a shared attention
This breaking of a such secrecy is not merely 'out there' but is reflective of a shift 'in here'.
Privacy, properly speaking, is given and received as a matter of honour - but secrecy is the concealment of what is without honour.
The concealment of dishonouring intent has been 'legitimised' by the pseudoscientific thinking that projects its own limited consciousness onto its interpretations of such data as genetics - as if 'survival of the fittest' has nothing to do with fitting into a living environment and everything to do with an urge to prevail over and control everything.
Our actions reflect our beliefs and our beliefs arise from the way we define ourselves and our world.
The more we try to control, the more out of control it gets and the more we divert of our energy and attention in ever greater sacrifice in order to maintain such illusion of control.
When the price outweighs a never arriving goal, a shift occurs.