Is it possible for humans to experience what utopia is?
Utopia, in it's greatest imaginable extent, exists and has existed all along.
When we "step away" to observe the present, or if possible any historical, moment and truly observe the universe, inclusive of this planet in it's completeness, we will observe utopia.
The human species is estimated to be approximately 10,000 'years' old. A mere blip on the universal existence 'screen.' So many humans have evolved 'blinders' or narrowed vision leaving them without the concept or understanding towards the grandeur and unfathomable presence of the universe, as well as all that has occured during the geological evolution of this planet/world we have labeled Earth.
Why would anyone think humans would be responsible for creating a utopia, much less a Utopian society when we have not demonstrated the ability, experience or knowledge to understand beyond our 'safe, composite' individual existences? The most significant example of the "blinders" so many choose to "wear is Pride. An individuals choice to see only what they choose, i.e. what they place right in front of their selves. Pride, of any sort, is an embellishment of something favored or believed, it does not lend towards an honest reality view.Connecting-to-the-Value-of-Why 2005-2008 ©
Many believe that the internet has made it easier for us to participate in political activism. But is that really true?
- Protesting in person is costly in terms of money and resources; some people have children to take care of, jobs that can't be away from, or may not have time to attend a planning event.
- The internet was supposed to be a way to sidestep this barrier to political activism. But this doesn't consider the other barriers preventing poor and working-class folks from participating in digital activism.
- In particular, these people lack ASETs: access to computers, the skills to use them, the empowerment necessary to feel that using Twitter or other social media is for them, and the time to make use of digital platforms in an effective way.
Some games are just for fun, others are for thought provoking statements on life, the universe, and everything.
- Video games are often dismissed as fun distractions, but some of them dive into deep issues.
- Through their interactive play elements, these games approach big issues intelligently and leave you both entertained and enlightened.
- These five games are certainly not the only games that cover these topics or do so well, but are a great starting point for somebody who wants to play something thought provoking.
The bid to buy Greenland is unlikely to become seriously considered.
- Greenland and Danish officials alike think the idea is ridiculous.
- The island is an autonomous state, and it's unlikely the Danish would sell it because of yearly subsidies costs.
- After hearing the Danish Prime Minister call the idea absurd, Trump cancelled their forthcoming meeting.