Sunday, May 21, 2017

better hindsight, foresight: insight

hindsight -- proves that we needed better insight and foresight:

BEtteR hiNdsIght, forEsight

Thursday, May 18, 2017


omnihypocrite  [1]
by omni hypocrite

omni-contradiction in mello-dramatic script
when love can kill (no choice: free will), an

  • the ultimate killer decrees: “don’t kill!
  • the “all- knowing” and “all-caring” – either (a) doesn’t know, or (b) doesn’t care.
  • the “coming soon” never arrives.
  • the omnipresent is obsessed with sins of the past… and future.
  • the all-forgiving doesn’t forgive -- uh, All.
…and on, and on, and on.

it is important to note that “God” is not the problem, here.  the problem is man – doing everything he can to control his future by taking present action, based upon past learnings.

ego: the hypocrite.
Omni-ego? (see title)

the Gd news, is that you-mans can learn.  we-mans can evolve.  i-mans can yearn for (and experience) Love.

[1] martino, joal. (5.18-1.17). omnihypocrite.  book 79: bright [k]night. © 2017 by

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

who sez?

who sez?  [i] 
by youdont haveto believethem 

who says you have to marry?
who says you have to shine?
who says you “should” believe (that man turned water into wine)?
who says you have to share your bed on every, single night?
why says you have to work at it?
who says you have to fight? 

  • in life, there’s no shortage of people who eagerly tell us what to think, what to do, and what to believe.
  • prior to acquiescing to the beliefs and desires of others, why not ‘consider the source’?
  • who is that person – the one who is strongly motivated to get you to do-be-do?
  • what is that person’s agenda?  what is his motivation?  what is his-story? 
  • who are you?
  • do you have a choice?
  • what makes you well?
  • what makes you feel better, in the present?
  • what (projected) will make you feel better in the future?

[i] martino, joal. (5.16-1.17). who says?  book 79: bright [k]night. © 2017 by

Saturday, May 6, 2017

bad actors

bad actors  [1]
by b. a. dactor

when someone’s (acting bad); what are the causal factors?
bad acting might be good (if purpose understood):
bad actors  

  • a “bad actor” could be someone who, in reality, behaves badly.
  • a “bad actor” could be someone who, in a play or movie, doesn’t play the role well.
  • a "bad actor" could be someone who, in a role, acts like the "bad guy."
·         in a sense, a good actor can be a bad actor.

yes, someone who is playing a “negative” role might be acting/behaving badly, yet acting well.  remember jack nicholson, and the "here's johnny!" moment, in “the shining”?

if all the world is a stage, is it possible that bad actors are simply being good actors?   

[1] martino, joal. (5.6-2.17). bad actors.  book 79: bright [k]night. © 2017 by
[2] inspired by (the case against free will, with sam harris)