I-Ching Changes the World Book when Wisdom is FATE

In the heading note FATE means From All Thoughts Everywhere. 

The I-Ching is an ancient book of changes.  The I-Ching was used 1,000 BC, so it is very old.  Remember that English translations are not Chinese, the translator can change meanings. 

Perhaps it is wise to consider that every culture is… Continue reading

The US Military as Humpty Dumpty Falling off Walls?


Finding this article was without doubt connected to my poem in the previous post.  I was curious why I felt inspired to write Humpty Dumpty and felt it connected.  I will write my feeling here – Humpty Dumpty fell off the wall.  I am going to find the story now. … Continue reading

Surveil Yourself to Release Your Pain

The negative in our world is arising from the pain we have held.  I recall a wise statement ‘the love you withhold is the pain you carry’.  As clowns we would hug and love everyone not withholding love at all.  I sit in a library writing these words and I have to… Continue reading

Religion in Australian Politics or the Politics of Self Realisation?

This is interesting and I believe has shaped Australian policy re: abortion, other religions, righteousness, gay rights, gender, family values, foreign affiliations, conservative views, militarism, surveillance, terrorism and social security etc.

My mother used to say when I was a teenager that men are the head of the household.  I did argue with her… Continue reading

Alan Watts: Lao Tzu Tao Te Ching

The wise are nothing, no thing.

Australia Stuck between a Rock (US) and Hard Place (China)?

My first feeling on learning about the Australian/US war games and the China/Russia war games (Sept 11) turned to Australia rather than a mediator to assist countries who are building up in tension due to territorialism, power postures and interests – Australia plays with both sides seeking to find advantage economically and drawn to power.… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Each one has to find his peace from within. And peace to be real must be unaffected by outside circumstances.”