Sunday, April 15, 2012

The lack of national, governmental, and personal investment in the autonomous development/ transformation of the individual; the three eschleons of investment- Pt 1 by GloBaL MiNd

The wannabe writer formally known as Lebron Hawk-Ali has legally changed his name, a la Metta World Peace, Chad Ochocinco, and the original, World B. Free. The shifting moniker has no bearing on GlaBaL MiNd's content, as he will continue to spit that same hot fire as when he was known as Mr. Hawk-Ali. GloBal MiNd will be contributing to the Team of Wannabe Writers here and there, and we look forward to reading on his forays into metaphysical actuality. Read... and be merry.

Intro: The transformation of the individual may be realized in a multitude of manifestations both celebrated and subtle. This very transformation is quantified, analyzed, and detailed by various professionals all from alternative perspectives. No human on this Earth will personify perfection. All humans have "deficiencies" and or deficiencies; nonetheless as time goes on we are all striving to improve our weaknesses in an effort to strengthen the core of our essence. The objective of any nation, governmental body, and individual should be to provide for the autonomous procedural development of essential components to the individual!

What is the procedural development of the individual?

The procedural development of the individual is the process by which a human being is exposed to various forms of knowledge. These multiple concentrations of knowledge are not confined to one nation-state's interpretation of knowledge. Nor is this knowledge confined to a particular century or era; rather this is an ever-expansive knowledge. It would be mighty naive to believe that ancient knowledge beneficial to the foundational intelligence and well being of humanity has been lost to the winds; but we must build again. This doctrine requires all students learn from differing sources while not being feverishly reminded to remain within the intellectual boundaries enforced by professors of particular schools of thought. Therefore, collectively, there's intellectual conformity without conforming. The procedural development of the individual enables the human being to become mentally sound, logistically capable, and emotionally secure. One should be able to calculate simple logistics, sow seeds for family/community members, and be able to exhibit compassion toward others at all times. Just as we can be taught to be self serving and self fulfilling, so too can we be taught to be intelligent, kind, concerning, and active. The type of intelligences and topics of knowledge and wisdom go on, but there must be a balance upon which every person stands. Extremes in life are never healthy. Extreme adherence to a philosophy makes one mechanical, extreme disdain for any principled philosophy and one becomes wreckless, hell, even too much water is toxic for the body. Point is, the procedural development balances the individual in many ways by adding tremendous volume to the substance of their essence without being metaphysically handcuffed. Tremendous growth potential and expansion of all thought.

Acting upon this assumption depreciates the concentration of the supposed need or call for governmental assistance while gradually relieving the world of overt international exploitation through improved consciousness. All the while contributing to the construction of a solid metaphysical foundation. To illustrate the importance of this affirmation, we must first explain the pillars of our argument. Thus, in the three echelons of investment we ask what is the procedural transformation of the individual? What mediums do governmental bodies provide for this procedural development of the individual and toward what end? Is this transformation of the individual expressed by various professionals detailed from alternative perspectives? How so? Assuming this, how do we know what it is that we invest in the three echelons of investment? How does the substance of this investment affect us? What should the three echelons of investment be?

The autonomous procedural transformation or development of the individual. This process is manifested in various forms. Some orient efforts toward one quality, others a pair, X focus on a few. We commonly refer to these qualities and deficiencies as strengths and weaknesses.
Strengths and weaknesses can be classified as intelligence, compassion, courage, discipline of the self, logistics, wisdom, will, physical strength, concentration, calculation and more. Professionals in the West cloak the understanding of these qualities as psychology, sociology, study of the anatomy, physiology, mathematics, etc. Politically, the autonomous procedural development of the individual enables the subject to function as a component of the body politic, yet independent of systems created for collective dependence. This development is founded through understanding the reality exposed by public officials constantly warning about the enormous responsibility citizens have "placed" upon the government, yet, concerning the masses, systems existing today perpetuate continuous dependence on an ever-growing scale. Proof of which today government officials warns of a shut down due to indebtedness. In other words, we have become far too dependent on governmental resources as an answer to the crisis that confronts not only us, but nation states throughout this world.

Back here, for the most part, American public education trains students to be laborers in this economy, only stimulating the intellectual capacity enough to read, write, and perform simple calculations; as one would perform at a customary 9-5. The lack of investment into awareness of self, society, politics, philosophy, economics and otherwise are reflected in the dehydrated body politic, crippled education system, and enormous interconnected wealth at the top. For decades there has existed a desperate fundamental need for provisions in quality education, self-education, self subsistence, domestic and international exploration, architecture, astronomy, biology and more. People may wonder, "how would we function as such in today's society with so much knowledge dispersed about the populace with no specialists?"… "How will we live?" We have all drank the Kool-aid that has been presented to us by politicians, industrialists, scholars, business and religious figures alike in unison. This Kool-aid smacks the specialization of occupational fields that in effect, enhance the productivity of a nation. There is no denying this reality. However, the more one focuses energy on one subject, one specialty, the more this individual deviates from the center of which their essence is contained. Therefore, by personifying even the most celebrated specialist, one merely realizes a fraction of their potential, or concentrate their skills for one already competitive industry. If I can speak to you about the many wonders of history, with clarity and imagination, what good does this history do me if I cannot repair my door, build a simple home, understand nature and it's importance around me, plant food in my yard and store grain in the event of a food shortage? These simple functions are paramount to the survival of a nation; not only the individual. The East is rich in metaphysical wisdom. In other words, all people should be encouraged to aspire to be well-rounded self-sustaining/creative ever-growing individuals. We should not fixate our attention solely on the economic merits of action or inaction, rather how does this action improve our fiber and the collective health of the body we call the town, city, state, nation or country. Ask yourself,  "How does this action add substance to my being?" We Mam/Sir, have a long way to go.
Until next time...

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1 comment:

  1. The nature of government is such that... wait, you're sucking me into your academic and regal style of writing, I will not take the bait.

    What I was saying was that governments aren't in the business of promoting self-sufficiency among its constituents. There is little reason for it. Without citizens who need government, government will cease to exist as the all-powerful entity it is today. Why empower your citizens? So they can turn around and usurp your authority? Still, if a government is noble and just, this problem would never occur, but that's a heavy if.

    At first glance this looks like a paper a conservative think tank would publish, but if you read into the depths of your position it's easy to see what you are recommending. I whole-heartedly agree, which makes this comment rather boring.

    Your universal approach is welcomed brother, can't wait to read the rest.