Finding light in the world isn’t talking about love and flowers, doing yoga, going vegan.
It’s about going into the darkness of the world and, most of all, your own darkness.
If you are spouting this rhetoric all the time but only have safe conversations, only care about being liked, and surround yourself only by smiles, you have little to no light.
Light comes when you do the work of transmuting that darkness within yourself first, understanding and coming to terms with it.
No amount of hippie music, New Age bullshit or Burning Man Festivals is going to do that.
You gotta have some balls, go into the darkness, and deal with yourself first.
Once you’ve done that, once you’ve confronted the darkness of your own soul, you’ll stop talking most exclusively about light and fluffy things.
You will not shun talking about the ignored and forgotten things.
The painful, the heavy, the dark.
Only after having looked your own darkness straight in the eyes, after having accepted and come to terms with it, you will be able to help others discover their own light.
The words are starting to be said aloud.
Past are the days (almost ^_^) when saying that changing the system is the only way to go would earn you ridicule, when uttering such idea would cost you a tag of "anti-capitalist spinster".
The system we live in is killing the planet and killing us. There, it's been said on TV so it must be true. And don't dare label me as conspiranoid.
I don't always agree with what Monbiot writes (or says) but I find him to be a good channel to voice many of my own ideas to the greater public. Important ideas. And I definitely agree with what he is saying here. Watch the video HERE.
Let's not get hung up on plastic straws, leather made from potatoes and plates made from grass. Not even "green" fuel and renewable energy.
Let us Get to the Real Bottom of the Issue:
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CEO of Viacom
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CEO of SIRIUS Satellite Radio
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Publisher of Rolling Stone Magazine
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CEO of Lehman Brothers
Lloyd C. Blankfein
CEO of Goldman Sachs
Charles R. Schwab
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Prof. Stanley Fischer
Governor of the Bank of Israel
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