most/all people are like whales in sea world
which begs we quit spinning our wheels with that (whalespeak et al)
original reference from
collecting data on human learning based on children’s behavior in school is like collecting data on killer whales based on their behavior at Sea World.
..a thousand rivers:
whales act/whalespeak/whatever as they do because they have been stripped (via the supposed to’s of sea world et al) of their essence.. and so they ungoingly seek to fill those missing pieces with whatever – ie: gabor on addiction/trauma/needs
slaves/whales = dead.. because st\ripped of context
gare enslavement law et al
the death of us ness
what we need to do first.. is get us all out of sea world.. hari rat park law et al
@meedabyte I am paraphrasing a tweet you recently shared – I hope accurately.
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/indy_johar/status/1375875620601741320
links to post by on dark matters nov 2020 (18 min read)- #beyond the rules: https://provocations.darkmatterlabs.org/beyondtherules-e3ab44f0dc3
How we organise has always been interwoven with how we perceive ourselves. Our prevalent models of organisation are heavily designed with a bias to self-reinforcing ideas of humans as separate and self-interested individuals and our systems designed with an emphasis to stratify and control. When we apply these principles to the purpose of creating ‘public good’ it leads to ‘good’ that is entangled with deep harm.
thurman interconnectedness law: when you understand interconnectedness it makes you more afraid of hating than of dying
2\ if we create a way to ground the chaos of 8b free people