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The law of self-preservation is the first fundamental natural law.more...
Kahlil Gibran writes in an essay from the book "The Prophet," …. "You are the way and the wayfarers. And when one of you falls down he falls for those behind him, a caution against the stumbling stone. Ay, and he falls for those ahead of him, who though faster and surer of foot, yet removed not the stumbling stone."…
The time has come to remove the stumbling stone and enable all to be safe and secure under any and all conditions. "When you save one life, you save the world," is taken from an ancient Jewish text. We can learn how NOT to be a "Sitting Duck" for random "would-be" criminals (including racists of all races, anti-Semites and all others), thereby saving one life, our own.
When confronted by would-be criminals, unprepared intended-victims egos are threatened, bruised and/or punctured. This opens a window to the unconscious and exposes a negative energy pocket, which projects, absorbs and/or reflects negative self-images to the would-be criminal. Ironically, the law of self-preservation innately compels the would-be criminal to destroy the negative self-image reflected by the unprepared intended-victim. This could be the answer to the heart-felt question "WHY" when apparently senseless carnage takes place.
The color of our thoughts, deeds and intentions are what do us in, when "our" buttons are pushed, it's our "stuff" that comes up, no one else's. The following is my attempt...
by Betty Mehan Calter Sep 14, 2008 add a video