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Watershed Politics

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We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them. ~Albert Einstein

One of my favorite thinkers on how to solve problems is Albert Einstein (1879-1955).  His work is so fundamentally about the stuff of life–energy–that mathematical principles and concepts have much application today even to the movement of ideas and people, as discussed in this piece on Einstein and Revolution.

His most famous equation, E = mC², the mass-energy equation, describes that a small change in mass (m) times the speed of  light squared (C²) creates  large energy increases.  If light is equated with  ‘consciousness’, then even a small amount of mass (number of people) with elevated awareness can create increased energy…that energy taking multiple forms.  That a small change in consciousness or mass (numbers of people) produces large changes in available energy is one of the significant points for this essay.

The anti-Americans who have attacked our country have used fear, unlawful force, and artificial authority to accomplish their agenda and they continue to use the same tools today. Such treatment, states Einstein in referring to schools,

destroys the sound sentiments, the sincerity and the self-confidence of pupils and produces a subservient subject.

If we follow the laws of physics natural law, for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.  So the fear, unlawful force, and artificial authority used by our opponents  will produce in us the opposite: acts of  fearlessness, heroism, bravery, and courage; lawful force; and genuine, natural, unaffected, and unpretentious authority.

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