Why are we building more walls to (try, and fail, to) divide us?

Probably because for every action there is a reaction. Both the fake, capitalist, market, destructive, monocultural version of oneness, called “globalization,” and the virtual, serious, trivial, playful, still-free, simulated version of oneness called “the internet” are proceeding so quickly to tear down the remaining walls between us that the forces of reaction just naturally set in.

Until we can decompartmentalize our own psyches and see through our own egos, until we can vibrate in resonance with all beings everywhere — above and below, within and without — we’ll keep trying to fend off those we are taught to consider “other.”

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0 Responses to Why are we building more walls to (try, and fail, to) divide us?

  1. JR says:

    Roads are like flat walls. They separate natural environments from each other, buildings and towns are built farther apart because of them. To not own a vehicle is a large disadvantage here in the States, and highways effectively become walls that you cannot cross until night when traffic decreases.

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