We are made for these times.

Why are people like computers?

Posted on: April 25, 2011

Since we know the flight to material “success” always fails, it is in the psyche that we must find our freedom and security both. And if we must develop new ways of thinking and talking about our consciousness of ourselves and the worlds around us, then we must start now. It is only those who see the new horizon, after all, who can describe it to those still struggling up the hill.

Read the entire essay: http://www.rosenfels.org/Puters.htm


1 Response to "Why are people like computers?"

The mechanical age has been a subject since the Industrial Revolution. I feel our spoken word though perhaps not the deepest, darkest secrets spoken in memory, won’t have to shy away in a morose sense of banishment. Corruptible and exploited interests distort and divert our focus to a banal determination to see what the unknown has uncovered.
Are we losing focus?
Are we losing interest in selfish things?
The social implications that lead us to believe the white lies that we were told,
and help us feel that we are all just a little superior in our own way to each other,
I would not decide upon.
Whoever is in a position to testify that the world is becoming corrupt I would ask what their reasoning for this is.
I only feel that this loose jargon, like a circus ring, or a majic trick is a very dizzying way to tune in and drop out.

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Ich träum in letzter Zeit immer öfter davon, …

... den Mut zu haben, mich auf einen belebten Platz zu stellen und John F. Kennedys Rede zu laut zitieren: "The very word secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society!"


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