Berman, B. (2017). Message of Remembrance. PHILICA.COM Observation number 171.
Message of Remembrance

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

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The Mind is a collective invisible presence that utilizes countless combinations of atomic material as well as living forms in order to experience its surroundings. We must remember that this simple truth is all that really matters, a truth that occasionally becomes lost in the convoluted and complicated lives into which we have been born. The tragic result of our forgetfulness is that human behavior will once again revert back to its instinctive survival nature. Perhaps it is one of many population control measures designed to prevent the collapse of the entire system, but it is both an inhumane and cruel path to accomplishing that goal.

On this D-Day of rememberance, we should reflect on the incredible tragedies of world-wide war that occurred in the middle of the past century. Take a moment to view and review the horrifying images that have been recorded. A lot of this same damage will be incurred before we once again remember the actual human purpose and mission, as it is approaching the time when we must allow the system to revert back to its benevolent mean, or suffer the same consequences on an increasingly grander scale. The seeds of an ideological disaster have already been planted; nowhere is this more apparent than in the daily headlines.

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Published on Tuesday 6th June, 2017 at 15:32:46.

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