Today the world is one big computer-filled arena of true and false information. Sadly, it seems that much of what we read on the Internet these days consists of an abundance of false information or lies.
Looking at television programs that profess to give us information on real historical facts can be quite disheartening when we see programs that tell us things like Abraham Lincoln slept with men! Or Christopher Columbus did not really discover America. Or information about the final days of our Founding Fathers who, according to one program, said that most of our them were alcoholics and died penniless.
The moment we’re born, information is starting to be put into our computers (our brains), including information we might even imagine. Accordingly, every human being has his or her own personal computer.
Information put into the seven billion human computers presently living on this earth varies according to the country of origin, religious upbringing, political orientation and information, schooling and more.
Our computer is continually being filled with information that we hear, see and taste throughout our lives. This information is put into our computer according to where we decide to store it in our memory banks.
Some information we want to forget so we erase it from our computer.
Other things we wish to remember we store in our memory banks so that we can recall the information anytime we wish.
Make no mistake about it, all human beings have their own personal computer. The information put into those computers over time defines the character of the person. What each person learns may differ from what another may learn thereby setting up certain forms of conflict between them on this earth.
The difference between right and wrong may also vary according to the place of birth and the local and national laws that are accepted therein.
Our world is filled with approximately 4,200 different religions, all believing in the same thing in 4,200 different ways. This, of course, is another area where our computer is filled with the information that was put into it according to where in the world we were born and raised and educated.
Some computers believe in and call the almighty God. Others refer to God as Allah, Jehovah, Brahman, Krishna, Maheswara, Ha Shem, Christ, Ahura Mazda… and the list goes on to approximately 4,200 different designations for God.
With all the different religious information that is taught in all the different countries and placed in all the different computers in the world, is it any wonder that the computers of the people who live in their particular countries, who are taught and practice their religious beliefs the way they have been taught and practiced for centuries in their countries, think differently than we do?
Actually it’s expected when one looks at the reality of how all human beings function. The mind controls the body; that’s an indisputable scientific fact.
So, if that’s the way it is, and our brain is our computer — storing information it receives and learns as we grow — is it any wonder that disagreements arise between people of different cultures? People are actually taught different rights and wrongs in many ways.
Notwithstanding the fact that people around the world have different religious beliefs, the information that is stored in their computers also cause them to have different versions of morality.
All normal humans have the same senses: seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching.
At the same time, all humans have different computers that have been fed different information thereby causing them to have different sets of rules and regulations to live by, different religious thinking, different morals and completely different mindsets.
Because of these things, I believe there is no way to bring about worldwide unity of thinking in matters that eventually cause conflict in one way or the other.
As far as I’m concerned, the single most important, kindest, most endearing element on the face of this earth is LOVE.
Love exists throughout the world in every culture no matter what information our computers have received. The feeling of love cannot be matched by any other human emotion, yet for some reason, man has not learned to use this powerful and wonderful emotion when dealing with the political or religious elements that are, without a doubt, the two most harmful elements on the face of this earth.
Watch the television news broadcasts on any preferred station and you will not see or hear very many stories about the element of love.
Instead you will hear the sad details of war throughout the world, man’s inhumanity to man, religious conflict, political unrest and the topics of discussion even on a local level depict things like how many people have been killed by drunk drivers.
Is it any wonder that people in this country strive to do things such as causing smoking marijuana to become legal?
Let’s face it — people today believe that it’s better to relax their minds by being high on weed, then it is to be caught up in the reality of the nightmare of stories that are told to us each day through the media.
Once again these news reports go from the radio, or television, or newspaper or magazine or periodical, directly into our computers.
Without really understanding what hearing the kind of disparaging news we hear on a daily basis does to our psyche. I’m here to tell you that it puts the negative stories we hear and read about into our computers.
Is it any wonder why people are nervous these days wondering what the situation in the world is destined to bring about? Wondering about the kind of life their children or grandchildren are going to have? Wondering what the bottom line will be?
Oh well, fire up a joint, sit back and relax for, after all, there’s really nothing we can do about it anyway.