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Monday, April 12, 2010

benzrad's tweet&comment on Apr 12,2010

its a gloomy day today. now its eventually snows. i enjoy this first work day in a week as usual, with rich download and reading stuff. life can be more meaningful if i can keep myself on track of world affair after covering my personal affairs. i love to the world of my God, my passed dad, my baby son, warrenzh, Hope of China, my Japanese Queen in crown, turning clearer and clearer in this long and exhausting tunnel of isolation and deprivation. i never lack of Holy message, and strength of self-reliance, but i do need entertain of communications, esp. from the another half of mine God grants. God, bring me to my new stage sooner, in this blessing moment! like Masheng's forever serene and beautiful face.

the point quite strong, and the voice of urgency quite loud. but how many people reflect on their life that in other's hands is dubious. human tend to be docile, and that's seduce to dictator all around in human history.
worst of worst, after all, God saves. so we shouldn't trust human, but the universal shine of God.
without doctrine above, i would in dark of human silliness nights and days. but since i broke heart for a hopeless love, i committed to the Holy that's universal accessible and wise than any smartest mind. God created the universe and don't let human poison his lives in anxiousness nor cautiousness.

civilian's living under law and peace, is the fundamental step toward democracy.  +
Re: http://amplify.com/u/4g15 @awolk yes, after the golden years of freedom online shared among those respectable pioneers, now time to deprive the less gifted offspring of the leading people the same amount or level of freedom. the earth also endangered with no constrains upon unlimited development in time-space spans human inherit from God.

universal law's ruling, likely need reinforce from basic living support, as well as life assurance, in countries less developed, esp. those fight for a living with risk of life. Chinese society now deeply threatened by mafia, whose activities turns more frequent upon worsen economics and bankrupt political structure nowadays. when people trust their fairness upon law system maintained by their government, they less need dog, no matter dog system like police and bureaucracy, nor personal dark soul hunting for preys.
why don't menting hellotxt? i chose htxt instead of ping.fm. i cross posting via posterous when rich media included in post, while commenting via amplify when clogging.

Re: http://amplify.com/u/4fjl @larrybrauner i like it. hope sooner group profile also equipped with customizable sidebar with rich widgets.
Re: http://amplify.com/u/4ae6 @DianeRayfield democracy best as blogging can greatly improves the voice of the less gifted people in the world of diversity. I enjoy it so much.

origin of humanity, and God's deed of choosing.

the idea is thoughtful. sense of equality born with human, but right time to be lightened in God's shine that God's chosen differs from the sinful. love is universal but sins cages quite some group of inhabitant on the earth. God chooses democracy on the earth, and human liable to abide the common welfare and rules.

Clipped from richardbrenneman.wordpress.com

George Orwell once noted that the "thing that attracts ordinary men to Socialism and makes them willing to risk their skins for it, the 'mystique' of Socialism, is the idea of equality." This is still the case. It is the growing inequality in and between societies that generates so many social pathologies. Grotesquely unequal societies are also unstable societies. They generate internal division and, sooner or later, internal strife – usually with undemocratic outcomes. As citizens of a free society, we have a duty to look critically at our world. But that is not enough. If we think we know what is wrong, we must act on that knowledge. Philosophers, it was famously observed, have hitherto only interpreted the world in various ways; the point is to change it.

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