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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

rights of confusion

To live will always be confusing because . .
The ultimate result is facing death,
conflict is basically needed for relationships to develop . .
in the body the brain needs two hemispheres with different abilities . .
two eyes create depth and perspective . .
two ears allow stereo perception - sense of direction . .
opposing muscle groups make our bones work well . .
information can always be disputed or appreciated . .
choice gets harder with the allowance of freedom . .
judgment is a trap to aid in limitation with justification . .
justice is the honesty from understanding the value of mistake making . .
questions are the freedom truth needs to become more inclusive . .
answers rest on trusting each step to maintain balance . .
focus is about acceptability of what shares creative freedom (rights).
How much do rights need to be understood to be appreciated?

8 Comments:

Blogger Inspector Michael D . . . said...

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5/21/06, 9:58 PM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

"Conflict is basically needed for relationships to develop". I feel this to be very true..but not many are willing to "go there".

Blessings,

Rhiannon

5/22/06, 12:59 AM  
Blogger Rob said...

I believe that it is possible to face death without feeling confusion. Confusion comes from fear.
Often we take refuge in confusion rather than face reality.
I sense that there is something deeper within me than the struggle to deal with opposites.

5/22/06, 1:56 AM  
Blogger bradford said...

This is how I try to access that sense (go there) and admit the step so I can take the next one as active meditation (less fear of silence/inactivity) slower and still maintain balance. What most people seem to sense as balance is the momentum of their fears? My grandfather asked his nurse to let him go, he said "they were calling him."

5/22/06, 10:00 AM  
Blogger Imemine said...

I guess the only way to avoid conflict is to observe without judgement, without justification or condemnation.
This is the best way to deal with fears, shame, guilt feelings, etc. But once you are free, you may start experimenting with your new-found freedom, by relaxing your morals and making bigger mistakes and see if you can get away with it.

5/25/06, 1:13 PM  
Blogger Travis Jay Morgan said...

All our lives reach death...what is so confusing about that?

5/25/06, 6:15 PM  
Blogger Crunchy Weta said...

If god exists god must have created evil to give the illusion of free choice.

5/26/06, 2:37 AM  
Blogger Charles Bergeman said...

Life without conflict or confusion would be dull and life-less.

Something close to death.

Our "right" to be confused or to face conflict is inherent in our existence.

It is unavoidable.

I struggle daily with an internal debate over pursuing a spotanious idea vs. handling my responsibilities.

Freedom vs. Do what is expected of you.

Acceptance of our mortality can be a lifetime pursuit or a swift realization early in life.

We will be recycled. Our body, our legacy, our trappings will be used or abandoned by our sucessors.

There is no conflict here, merely a need to understand our place in the universe.

There is no death without life and vice-versa.

It may seem as though there are true polar opposites at play in our conflicts. And that a choice must be made between good and evil.

However, the truth (understanding) is that they are not as clearly distinguished from one another as they appear. Justice comes from the acceptance of both perspectives and rights are derived from this understanding.

We must understand the points of view involved in a conflict in order to determine our rights.

P.S. Brad, I enjoyed our tour of the Surrealism exhibit. We should work on your backyard!

5/26/06, 10:18 AM  

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