The Disenfranchised


Giving birth to something. A nation. The labor pains. A poetic outlook. The agony. The joy. Of ideas. Dealing with relationships. Searching for individual wrong-doing versus institutional wrong-dealing. In my house. In my state. In my church. In my nation. At Enron. At Arthur Anderson. At Goldman Sachs.

Amidst the unstable governments. In London, in Washington. In Athens. Why is there mention of inconclusive elections in England? After one party was deposed? With little real searching for individual wrong-doing versus institutional wrong dealing.

In the morning. Were your relationships stable? When you with your hunger, and desire to connect to someone…and the inner desire to belong. With the human desire for stability.

Stability. Too much like on a escalator ride, in a world with so little physical exertion. All the auto-transports, where no one had to move, or to think. In this world of reaction to stimulus. THE stimulus. When the superficial is shed. When bubbles are burst. There were safety concerns—with people looking for safety. Those feelings of abandonment. When no one was watching out for my interests.

When people lost a sense of belonging –or when leaders lost something–a form of anger developed. Amidst the unstable governments. In London, in Washington. In Athens. Feelings of abandonment. When no one seems to be watching out for my interests. As the value of gold rose each day, a form of anger developed when people lost a sense of belonging to their leaders.

When you are most vulnerable. When you are most in need. Born again? Or simply redirected to this sense of belonging. When facing biological clocks. Or those survival challenges of the species. In war or in peace. Where were you most vulnerable? Or in a search for some safety. Or a place where you might belong?

When people lost a sense of belonging, a form of anger developed.

Stability. Like on a escalator ride, in a world with so little physical exertion. All the auto-transports, where no one had to move, or to think. In this world of reaction to stimulus.

Stability. In relationship. Or seasick? Stimulus. In the days before giving birth to someone. Induction. God moving through you….like that escalator ride. About the lack of progression. The attention given to the inner stimulus. Pitocin.

The belonging, which comes from a relationships. The belonging that introduces the identity questions. The point of view of identities. The various identities. The stress in life. When facing death. Or biological clocks. Or war. Those survival challenges. Of the species.

The immersion themes, with identity. With belonging. Reborn. After finding some kind of spiritual Pitocin. As opposed to born again, when people had a sense lost of belonging, The labor pains.

The spiritually lazy. To shout at the world of elevators and escalators, with so little real physical movement upwards. Reborn. This time with a better consciousness. With a poetic outlook. About the lack of progression.
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