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To stand and then to speak.

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1/14/2013 4:41:38 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Out of nowhere Luke paces into a well crowded refectory, high with inner confidence and humility he pulls out a chair from under a table, lifting one leg up first, he pauses, suspending the moment of his action just for a short time, he shuts his eyes as he leans against his knee. Consumed in constructive thought he then stands up fully on the chair above everyone else. Able to see all, individuals notice him, but do nothing to reflect his elevated appearance. Looking around at a almost three hundred and sixty degree angle, his heart beats greatly, daring every possible lip movement at making the first word.

Luke's throat begins to dry as stairs begin to move in on his vision. The time to speak is now, and stepping down would only bite back in laughter and pointing.

Luke then speaks, "At what worth now are you expecting my words to be now that I have gotten all of your attention?" We speak amount each other at what worth apart from generally socialising. But what worth is that when people are dying in countless numbers across this earth? I have chosen to stand up on this chair not to increase the meaning of anything here necessarily, but to get as many of you to understand that we decide to sit and talk about stuff when if I a single person have gripped everyone of your attentions by choosing to stand here and speaking aloud, making this place of greater worth, then it is clear to me that there is something greatly wrong with humanity. We chose to be normal, I have chosen otherwise and look what has happened. Choosing to be normal is choosing not to care. See what I have done by getting your attention, showing that I care about something, so much so that I want you to care. That fact that this situation is taking place, states that many do not care about the condition of humanity. That there are thousands dying daily..."

The crowd throughout blares comments provoked by uniformed socialism.

"That if I can just hold on to your attention, please, as it is easy not to care. Worth is found in the ability to care about something...That there are thousands dying daily and that we have to do extreme abnormal things such as this, only tells us that there is something really wrong about us. And even more so, that many find this strange that I am standing speaking on this matter, yet further, many of you think I am being offensive tells me only further that there is something really wrong with us as a race."

"Get down bro, your making yourself look stupid."

"A comment like that simply makes my point shine more with truth. Why would I step down over such a great matter? Why would I be silent over the fact that being silent shows us that what I say is even more true, I am against the fact that being normal is not to care..."

"If I now bring up a solution to our fragmented state, then what? Would you reject it? Say it is a bad solution, or illogical? I believe strongly that there is a solution to every problem."

"Okay, buddy your beginning to ramble, your beginning to make yourself look an idiot by showing that you care for others and humanity."

"If there truly is a problem with us on a fundamental level, then what? Do we accept it as a norm, knowing that there is something relatively wrong, but nothing abnormal in the grand scale of all things." - [Luke takes off his bag.]

"Yeah, evolution baby!!"

"Knowing that we hold a degree of laws in every single community on this green earth, we still don't see it not as a perhaps a clue that we are some what slightly bad. I haven't said anything about God or Jesus Christ or any other spiritual figure. Yet already you shudder me from having a care about something that affect us all in some way. That merely show us more that there is something wrong fundamentally about us."

"Humans aren't perfect, we fight and sin all the time, it's in our nature. What do you say about that?"

"That is exactly our problem, if you call a broken car an inconvenience, perhaps a problem for something trying to get to work on time, how then can one suppress that our nature isn't a problem with a good conscience?"

"Like I said it is easy to not care, especially in a uniformed group, and it is even more comfortable to be quaint about something when there is a uniform excuse to not care. I don't want to show you the whole picture here of what I am saying, as we learn best by discovering something out by ourselves."

"I have said what I have needed to say, continue doing whatever you choose by all means."

Luke steps down from the chair, he picked up his bag and swings it over his right shoulder. Taking hold of the chair he tucks it neatly underneath the table he got it from. He turns and walks through the crowd, opens the door, shutting it behind him. Merely moments later some of the crowd follow up behind him...
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1/14/2013 4:53:43 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Oh God...
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1/21/2013 10:30:36 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 1/14/2013 4:53:43 PM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
Oh God...
"Well, that gives whole new meaning to my assassination. If I was going to die anyway, perhaps I should leave the Bolsheviks' descendants some Christmas cookies instead of breaking their dishes and vodka bottles in their sleep." -Tsar Nicholas II (YYW)
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1/21/2013 10:31:25 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Where you been brotha?
: At 5/13/2014 7:05:20 PM, Crescendo wrote:
: The difference is that the gay movement is currently pushing their will on Churches, as shown in the link to gay marriage in Denmark. Meanwhile, the Inquisition ended several centuries ago.
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1/22/2013 1:41:57 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
Is there a part 2 where we learn his solution? or is this a follow him moment, even though "he" is just text?
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1/23/2013 7:38:54 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
People tend to care about stuff... and, generally, in pretty similar ways too

you're not special in this regard but for your love of Jebus :)
And it is for That that your peers dismiss you

now, this might be confusing... b/c I'm sure most people you interact with Profess to believe in jesus and god and the like, but don't really follow through doing his will... that is, they seem not to care (about god's will)...

well, maybe their 'belief' isn't really all that strong, so their cares remain their natural ones... like being Empathetic, and various selfish cares..

Or, maybe I'm wrong and their Demanding religion has Dulled their cares, taught them to be Cold and dismiss what they had once naively cared for.... B/c the Struggle which their Religious cares put them through was just too much.

Either way it's simplest and best just to have a Good picture of things, not believing in God in the first place...

B/c Caring about what god wants can get frustrating, especially when what God wants opposes your own Natural, Spontaneous cares..

For example when the OT says that you're to burn young women who've engaged in pre-marital sex upon their father's doorstep you might feel pangs of empathy, or shudder at the thought.
This is the struggle between your will and gods..

This struggle can make people cold to God's will (as you've perhaps experienced) or COld to their own will (which, when they become cold to Empathy, can breed Psychopaths)..

Much less muddled and more rewarding to follow my own will/cares, thanks ;)
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