Thursday, 22 March 2012

Is life really important?

Do you Value life?

Do you think a human life is more valuable than an ant?
Would you kill another human life if it meant sparing your own life?

My answer to these questions is, Yes
                                              And I would rather die.
It does not matter how you choose to answer these questions, but I do have some food for thought.

An ant cleans up all the waste that we throw away, among other animals and insects. So just because of their size would you kill them for fun, or live in our own filth? This will then lead to decease, and eventually death.

Bees pollinate all the crops so we are able to grow food. So would you kill the bees, knowing that it will eventually mean not being able to grow food anymore, which of course will lead to starvation and then death?

Trees and plants are another form of life, and are very important to us as they filter the bad air and produce oxygen in return. So would you kill trees and plants? Knowing that we will be slowly suffocating ourselves with carbon dioxide, and will eventually lead to death?

A human is the only life that does not need to exist on a planet, as the planet will survive nicely without us. So wouldn’t it make sense that we should be taking care of the planet as best as we can, since we were not the first here?

Human life is valuable, just in a different way. We have the ability to adapt to our surroundings and work with nature. But we also have the ability to destroy our selves. So this thought has entered my mind many times; do we deserve to live on a planet, only to destroy it?

Many times I felt like giving up on humanity, because there seems to be so many people around that continue to destroy everything, even whether they know it or not, it is slowly killing the rest of us. So in this reality, those who have chosen to destroy everything have really had enough of life, so the attempt is to take out every life form on the planet. Even if it is just some of it, it will eventually lead to their own deaths as well.

The greed bug has literally taken over people’s minds, and they can no longer control themselves. So how are the people that want to help them, meant to? Because in this reality, the damage has already been created by those who continue to follow greed, power and control?

These people that have too much greed, power and control seem to be too powerful for the average person to stand up, and say no more. They seem to have most people running and hiding, and obeying every command, just like a robot. Is this what it has come to? Are we robots? Or are we biological entities that are capable of programing ourselves?

These questions still remain to be unseen. This has led me to my final conclusion, that the people with all this greed, power and control are not human. Not even close, because I know humans, and it is not in our nature to kill others? It is however in our nature to defend ourselves from those who wish to harm us. This is why I have realized those who do wish to harm us are not human. Even if they say it’s human nature to kill others, that is what they are programed to say. I believe they are more machine than human, and possibly come from a time far more advance than ours, and they have come to realize the only way to win is destroy all humans.

I know it sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, but sometimes when there are no other answers left. Whatever remains, no matter how farfetched it is? It seems to be the only answer left.

Some of you are probably wondering well how do we defeat machines, but as I have said within another post, the trick is not to play into their mind control games. Try not to fall asleep and slip into a brainwashed coma. In some way I believe they need us, for what purpose yet is still unclear. Maybe we are just meat to them to feed something that they use to live. In the end everything feeds of something, including machines. What makes it more interesting, is that machines need oil to live as well??? Something to think about I guess?

But they too have a weakness? No more oil, no more machines?
We can still survive without oil, as we did many years before oil came along, but as for machines, that’s a different story.

As always refer to my first post The Mind Trap with all of my writings.


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