So what is my worldview? Who is the thinker behind the thoughts?
Exuberant joy is a right to life!
- I care deeply about our world and have great concerns for how we care for our environment, our planet. I’ll borrow a line from Carouselambra by Led Zeppelin, ‘take of the fruit, but guard the seed’.
- Chemical intrusion into our food supply is messing with a system that was once divine. Our bodies were designed for that once simple system. We overcomplicate things. It’s just money; one of two tools for Society’s rules.
- I am passionate about the ethical treatment of all animals, including humans. There is no hierarchy. The world is round; that’s a divine hint. Hierarchies are the rules of Society.
We all have a Creative Voice inside that knows all the answers we need to manifest an absolutely brilliant life. But Society’s veneer tests our delusion.
- We face a barrage of communication each day. I’d like to clean it up the judgment and fear. Fear has its place but not as a motivator to make money or to manipulate. The Universal Rules hint at this.
We’re all are born with a unique Creative Gift; it’s different than a talent and isn’t defined or measured by Myers Briggs or any other psychological test.
- My Creative Gift is a stronghold for:
- The equal education of all children; this starts with a profound respect for individual learning styles and creating the methods to serve them.
- The compassionate care of our elderly, our Vets and the orphaned in all of our animal kingdom.
- The end of human trafficking.
We’re all The Chosen One.
In our worldview is something unique to us that can grow love in this world differently than anyone else can do it. There is no hierarchy of importance; that’s a societal illusion, delusion. The world is round; that’s a divine hint.
- Equality is a basic human right to life. And if we have to define the journey of equality for women in a societal bucket then yes, call me a feminist. But maybe by the time Book 8 is on the shelves, our world will have made its shift from a patriarchal (hierarchical) view to matriarchal (inclusive) view. The Rules of Life: The Art of War, A Woman’s Guide will illuminate the hidden gems that Sun Tzu’s male-centric view in The Art of War failed to capture. And maybe, just maybe we can stop investing our time and money defending our view and learn to see the world through another’s eyes with peace in our hearts.