If we study history, then we can build a better future by learning from the mistakes of the past.
There is a vast library of human knowledge out there.
Derived from thousands of years of human experience.
Now, accessible via the Internet.
And as we learned from slavery, women’s rights movements, the Holocaust, desegregation, climate change, and medical marijuana prohibition - - history’s mistakes are often NOT self-correcting.
An unjust or harmful situation does not tend to go away on its own.
And often, there is fierce resistance when people try to change the cultural norm or law that permits an unjust situation.
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If you care about something, say something and create media about it.
The original Television era is over. Media is no longer ONE-WAY.
Now, anyone can create media, post it on the internet, and potentially reach people all over the world.
Grassroots movements and ideas can now flourish with the same exposure as Corporations have on Television networks.
Now, an individual CAN make a difference.
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Imagine a world where ideas, people and products are popular based on their merits - not their marketing.
Minnesota - Push it
Pika on We Heart It
Beardyman - Live in the Underbelly (Full Show)
"How to Create Loyal Customers"
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ALL chocolate contains caffeine.
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Unplug from the Matrix. Free your mind. Jailbreak your consciousness.
Don’t give in to the Caffeine Cult!
Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images
From Yahoo’s interview with Jane:
Q: “What’s something you never fail to pack in your suitcase?”
A: “I always take Mr. H (a stuffed monkey) with me, but never in my suitcase. Unfortunately, what I have to take is clothes! I wish I were an animal with fur.”
Vibrasphere - Manzanilla
[a super chill tune to soothe your soul]