Bradisms

I'm a mountain but I'll get over it!

My Photo
Name:
Location: San Rafael, No. Cal., United States

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, February 10, 2008

choice evolving

Choice is in an infant stage of development,
if we could consider how many reflexes and
traditions predetermine reactions to
cyclical schedules of routine commitment.

Rights to vote were only recently shared,
prohibition gave people the right to not drink,
the right to not smoke has become reactionary,
nutrition issues are still evolving more
healthy choices as labeling informs by demand.

The need for privacy, and especially secrecy,
is that the penalties for choices give
power of enslaving you to governments,
proving it is still an undiscovered treasure.

Freedom is the risk to do different mediations
for restorative justice, forgiving punishers
to their prisons of power structures and
repetitive educational practices for graduation.

Retire from retirement programs to do real work
of contributing efforts to trust a better truth.
Rather than regret regrets and resentments realize
how choice is represented by their intensity awareness.

Choose experiencing process networking interests
that evolve collective conscious growth factors,
so why abort the infant concept of choice?
Share appreciation (of living) freely
as contrasting destined trends!

7 Comments:

Blogger Vincent said...

I'm assuming evloving is a typo and not intentional.

Food labelling might give choice but it also dictates that one must be careful about ingredients when buying factory-food.

Our ancestors survived to beget us without food packaging never mind labels, for they ate what their grandmothers ate, not what choice-peddlers pushed on them.

2/10/08, 9:17 AM  
Blogger BBC said...

You remind me of my good friend, George. Recently retired director of the library system.

Well, as complex as he is, at least I can relate to him.

Bring it down a few ticks dammit.

2/10/08, 6:15 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

. . are you asking me to smoke some pot so my pathology doesn't get so logical? My active mind IS runnin' like sap (with this spring-like week.) ~Bill
& Vincent,
that was unintentional but I like the implication of ev(er)loving

2/11/08, 12:57 AM  
Blogger BBC said...

Smoke pot? Heck no, I don't get pot.

But it's often hard to figure out just what you are trying to say in your posts.

2/11/08, 7:48 AM  
Blogger brad4d said...

. . if your effort to understand (more) is appreciated, the exercise is more beneficial than "getting" a climax, concepts need time* to materialize. Thanks for yours*, Bill

2/11/08, 9:39 AM  
Blogger jim said...

Did you hear, Bradford, that now there is a gated housing community that dictates 'no smoking' even in your home, and you, the buyer into the community, buy that, the restriction that walks in the door?

Is that clever or what, the beginning of something very sinister, voluntary goverment in your very private space. The smallest excuse sometimes brings the worst and greatest problems.

2/15/08, 12:28 AM  
Blogger jim said...

"the exercise is more beneficial than "getting" a climax, concepts need time* to materialize"

Wonderfully said, best I've ever seen Bradford!

2/15/08, 12:30 AM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home