STS and STO. A video.
08-11-2020, 01:56 AM,
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STS and STO. A video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6Ko0Hzi47U


this made me laugh because its true. this is the dilemma everyone is facing. we are all bonobos in a environment full of chimps and wanna-be-chimps.

im so tired of this s***. who here wants to a chimp? what other choice does one really have other than martydrom? i know ra says otherwise but tell that to the bonobos left on the chimp side of the river.
do you get what i mean? you cant have your cake and eat it too. i think the video describes it better than i can put it in words.
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08-11-2020, 08:54 AM,
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RE: STS and STO. A video.
You can get along fine in this world without being a jerk. There's no reason to focus on other people and what they are doing, just work on being the best version of yourself.

The thing that this video illustrates is the importance of the environment on development. We humans are masters of our environment and have control over our personal environments and collectively we can change our society. Don't give in to pessimism.
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08-11-2020, 03:04 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-11-2020, 03:07 PM by Navaratna.)
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RE: STS and STO. A video.
Service to others does not mean giving 55% of your pizza away or letting people live in your house without paying rent whether or not they're homeless so they can feel loved. It is about helping people to recognize their spirituality. This is something people misinterpret very often.

The question often comes up about what a person is supposed to do for a living or how they're supposed to keep a relationship which are practical questions that people would wonder about. For example somebody that doesn't working nine-to-five but reads and practices the Law of One perfectly but lives on the street isn't going to have a family compared to some guy who is in the military with a nice house that was given to him as a result of working by doing combat tours in Iraq. Wealth matters to people and sadly in the rich world, you need to bend over for a landlord and if you don't, you won't have a family 99% of the time or meaningful friendships with intelligent people.

I wouldn't let it discourage you though because those are drastic examples. There are plenty of people who understand the Law of One but don't call it that. Sahaja online is a good example.

I think lately with the protest and rioting going on around the world is that it's showing that people really are fed up with it. Everyone knows nothing in our global society is fair it's just the fact that they were all stuck at work before coronavirus that they didn't have time to do anything about it lol
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