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Introduction (Note to visitor: This project . . .

Submitted by fellow human on Thu, 2008-09-11 18:31. its as yet vastly unrefined state, has been indefinitely put on hold while I, your fellow human, deal with pressing family and personal issues. Thank you for visiting, and please know that it is my intention to further, and substantially, develop this web site on several major fronts, and that I hope you continue to check back.

Thank you. -fellow human)

We need to talk.

I see an untapped route to a better world. It involves simply talking, about the nature of people. Not about the nature of people other than ourselves, or people in the sense of "us and them", but about all of us as human beings. In fact, part of what I hope to make the case for here, is that there is no us and them. There's really, only us.

VIDEO: a little comedy (?) relief because being too serious will send you to an early grave.

Submitted by fellow human on Tue, 2008-06-17 18:48.

"It needs a little work."
New Mexican realestate so cheap, you'd think nobody cared about it.

(please click here to go to the actual video)

(If you click on the "more" button that shows up after the video is done, you will be taken through a mish-mash of clips with which I'm going to make a movie later on. Some of them will seem quite random, redundant, and downright useless, although somehow at least one

Offering 1: we are still growing.

Submitted by fellow human on Mon, 2008-07-21 19:18.

. . . all evidence suggests that we have ways in which to grow that we neither presently foresee, nor understand. Additionally, it would seem to be greatly in our favor to remain open to seeing or understanding things in totally new ways instead of so fiercely and automatically guarding our present perspective as something that is final. . .
(please click here to read more or for any video)

Offering 2: This is Our Time.

Submitted by fellow human on Mon, 2008-08-25 15:52.

. . . The common person can be at great risk when they are unaware of the larger forces that stand to affect their lives. But I believe the time is near at hand when even our civilization may be unable to afford the common person's lack of awareness concerning such forces.

Offering 3: Our ultimate objectives

Submitted by fellow human on Fri, 2008-10-10 13:49.

There are aspects of our own nature that can cause us to unconsciously loose sight of what we really care about. This happens when these parts of our nature get into the driver's seat and make more immediate, instinctual and short sighted objectives into our highest priorities.