Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Big Blog-Type-Thing O' Love

Good morning dear, lovely reader(s)!

Today's blog-type-thing is dedicated to my Hannah, and all the lovely lovers out there fighting by loving to make this world a more lovely place.  Ohhhh yeah.  

What is love (baby don't hurt me)?  Well, love is great because it can be anything you want it to be.  Even President if he were actually born in the US and wasn't a Socialist Muslim.  Love is not limited to a Hallmark definition.  I love all creatures, in different ways, unless they are foreign born Socialist Muslims.

So right now you may be wondering why I have decided to post-type-thing on this lovely subject of love.  Well, the world today can be a hateful place.  People killin', people dyin', the Black Eyed Peas releasin' "music"...and I just feel like the reason it is so easy to hate is because the things that you hate have a shortage of love.  Or talent.  But they do have cool light-up outfits.  

Anyway, I am starting to believe that many of the problems in the world today exist because of a lack of love.  Which problems possibly exist due to lack of love?  Well, okay voices in my head, you asked for this:  The US economy is in decline not because of a rise in Chinese production but moreover because we have been overspending on pathetic attempts at war with people who hate us.  They hate us not because we are "freedom lovers", but because we show them no love when we make deals with their dictatorial regimes (propping them up) for oil and overlook their "freedom" that we supposedly love.  We have only shown love for our freedom to this point, and they know it.  We do not love them for the tactics they use in fighting against us, the treasury drains and the circle of hate continues.  
Our planet has been shown no love when we choose to dump toxins in the air, land, and sea all in the name of energy, when we know we could come up with something to avoid all that.  Some may say this is done because of a love of money, but make no mistake, the feeling we have for money is lust, not love.  If we truly loved our money, we would not always be seeking more.  Just as if you truly love your partner, you are not always seeking more unless that is the kind of arrangement everyone involved has as consenting adults, an arragement which would not work for me, but may for some people so I will not judge.
If Reno politicians loved the people of this city, or the city itself, they would not have raided the city's funds to spend on consulting firms owned by their friends to funnel money their way knowing it might hurt the city they love down the road.  
There are so many more examples of how a little more love could solve the vast majority of problems in the world.  I would tell you all about them, but then I would sound like a hippy, and I fucking hate hippies, especially the foreign born Socialist Muslim hippies.  

So I am sure that at this point you are thinking I'm a hypocrite.  Well, you would be right.  I do hate.  I love to hate.  But my hate is specifically targeted.  For example, I don't hate all Muslims, just foreign born Socialist ones that steal the Presidency.  I am not sure which President did that since Obama was born in Hawaii, is not a Muslim (though who cares if he is?), and is no more of a Socialist than anyone else who believes that a government may tax its citizens and spend that money on different programs that may benefit society as a whole rather than the person who paid the most in.  (Understand this ignorant friends, we all support paying our troops, but using other people's tax money to do it, and pay for their health care, and any other benefits, is Socialism.)  I don't hate all ignorant people, just birthers, tea-partiers (I prefer coffee and/or alcohol parties), Southerners, Reno residents, Sarah Palin, and Donald Trump.  The people I hate are so hate-filled, I have no choice but to respond in kind.  Does that make me guilty of helping to perpetuate this cycle o' hate?  Absolutely.  And I love that.  

But imagine if we slowly start introducing small amounts of love into our discussions filled with hate.  Imagine if inside of our logical thought process, we added a perspective coming from a place of love for our planet, our fellow humans, our fellow creatures, and life in general.  Imagine all the people, living for today.  You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not.

I am going to go now.  I need to practice showing more love.  I think I will start with self-love, because Hannah is at work.  

So until next time dear reader(s), remember that it is love that makes the world go 'round, not gravity as those Scientists would have you believe.  But don't be too harsh on them, naughty scientists need love too.  

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