The Shared State could be a state of mind mirrored in many cities, countries and cultures at once. A memory that hangs between us, connecting us in a way not quite seen, but evident in the warmth that passes between us in our daily lives.

How misguided, the lie of competition that states we have to be at each other’s throats to survive. The idea of competition maintains that everything is hopeless anyway – everyone is going to die, and the best we can hope for is that a few climb to the top by standing on the heads, and hopes, of those below.

Such a shocking indictment of the purpose of humanity reveals minds who see nothing good around them – a grey landscape of despair unrelieved by a spark of enlightenment. Unfortunately, such men glance in the mirror of their own souls – blackened by the fires of judgement and anger. The warmth and vitality of those around them – the joy in life – is met by a cold reptilian eye

These men cannot be fought. Anger cannot be solved by anger.  The callous exterior of the world belies its beauty – the warmth and love that created it. Do not fall victim to the coldness of the world. We were provided with a heart to melt it. Remember – something special was placed within us – something we must use to light our lives, and transform the world…



3 responses to “Home

  1. hi!,I really like your writing so so much! proportion we communicate more about your post on AOL? I need a specialist on this space to unravel my problem. Maybe that’s you! Looking ahead to see you. cdeebfekekkg

  2. Hi

    Many years ago Dr Richard Griggs visited Cornwall and we had many long conversations about the Cornish situation, the other Celtic countries and stateless nations generally. He gave me permission to publish a couple of papers in ‘Kernow’ magazine, wich I then edited – ‘The Meaning of Nation and State in the Fourth World’ and ‘The Shifting Sands and Bedrock Nations of Europe’.

    You could run these articles to earth here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Center_for_World_Indigenous_Studies

    I am sure that you will find them interesting and relate to your ideas.

    Paul Dunbar


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