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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Dangerous Universe: When Dreams Come True

Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.   
Ralph Waldo Emerson

When a man deliberately sets out to attend college for the sole purpose of becoming a political leader without benefit of real-world job experience, what does it say about the moral character and intellectual integrity of such a man?   Does he tell us by default that real-world job experience is not needed or has no value as experience on the resume of a would-be political leader in America? 

A government job and political leader are two distinctly different jobs.  One qualifies as real-world job experience and the other does not.  Working at the Post Office is a government job and qualifies as real-world job experience.  U.S. Senator is the job of a political leader and does not qualify as real-world job experience.  

Connections to people and the work environment, actual experience within the backbone of society succeeding or failing becomes the structure upon which character is built.  There are lessons to be learned and character developed in volunteer work.  However, such is at a level considerably less than earning a wage to pay the rent for a decent job.  A decent real-world job makes a person healthy, wealthy spiritually, and wise.   

  Life is a a succession of lessons which must be lived to be  understood.   Ralph Waldo Emerson

Let us look briefly at the career of recently retired NBA Champion, Kobe Bryant
as example.  One day, Kobe dreamed of becoming the best NBA player greater perhaps than his idol, Michael Jordan.  What does Kobe do?  He practices basketball skills a lot.  By the time a little Mamba reaches High School, he is one of the best basketball players in his state and thus the nation.  When drafted out of High School by the Lakers, he arrives boy among men but with real self-esteem built upon a body of work achieved through lots of practice.  We, the public could see that work on video and even without video we could review his stats. Even as a Rookie he earned our respect before ever playing a game.  Entering the game with actual achievements, Kobe had plenty to rely upon when he sat on the bench as a Rookie. He had nowhere to go but up and became one of the great NBA Players.

When a man becomes a Senator straight out of college, what is his self-esteem built upon?  Maybe he was a student body or class president.  That would be something but not nearly enough  qualifications to become a national political leader or giving him true self-esteem upon which to do the job at all successfully. Some modern Presidents coveted U.S. National Guard service on their resumes and military work is invaluable experience especially for someone wishing to become Commander in Chief.  After becoming a U.S. Senator without true self-esteem or any experience or body of work in a profession that might add to the job of political leader, what would then make such a man think that he has the qualifications or intellectual integrity to attain and flourish in the job of U.S. President of America?

Self-esteem is the reputation we acquire with ourselves.
Nathaniel Branden

That Barack Hussein Obama became U.S. President is not a special achievement.   It is a slap in the face to America.  It is a warning sign.  That he would even attempt to become a political leader with his resume at the time shows disregard for everything dear to humanity and such reveals itself again and again it seems in his awful presidency.  Yet, there had to be an Obama to galvanize the coming renaissance.

To be or not to be?  That is the wrong question.  Mr. Obama dreamed of being someone… a political leader or U.S. President and he got his wish.   Once he became what he dreamed of becoming, his cosmic journey ended.  He had nothing to offer as that is not what he was built to do.  He was not built to do anything.  He was built to be a bureaucrat and as such is nothing but an empty shell full of second-hand thoughts, ignorance, and good intentions.  Oppressive government roads to hell and extinction are paved with good intentions.

The evil that is in the world almost always comes of ignorance, and good intentions may do as much harm as malevolence if they lack understanding.
  —Albert Camus

If a university tells a man he is fit to become a political leader in America by virtue of his college career alone, that is a dangerous institution.  When a man tells us by his actions that it is not important to have real-world job experience to become a political leader in America and then indeed becomes a political leader in America, it exposes the political two-party system as dangerously broken.  Our universe speaks to us loudest between the lines.  Mr. Obama speaks loudly by default betraying a man of questionable character, intellectual integrity, or possessing unconscionable arrogance built on false self-esteem.

The only place success comes before work is in the dictionaryVince Lombardi

This once reluctant Poet dreamed of doing something. Passion created an unmistakable body of work in Arts & Letters exemplifying Sagittarius the now Spiritual Thinker.  I philosophize.  I was built to do something.  One hopes Hillary Clinton dreamed to do something and not to be the first female U.S. President. Our universe builds you accordingly.  Becoming the first African-American U.S. President is not working out so well for Obama as he also became perhaps the worst U.S. President ever and easily the most hated.  Be careful what you wish for in our dangerous universe, my friends.  To be something in America does not always require work and doing the work puts you in good favor with our universe and this feminine force of a planet.

Any man or woman (I differ here on some Matriarchs) working as or wishing to work as a political leader without real-world job experience must never be allowed to become a political leader in America as it corrupts the moral fiber of our nation setting the universe itself against us.  Obama wounds the nation deeply in many ways and perhaps the main way manifests like a black cloud over the nation or an atmosphere of doom from his mere presence as a world leader of little to no merit. 

"Assuming 2.67% RGDP growth for 2016, Obama will leave office having produced an average of 1.55% growth. This would place his presidency fourth from the bottom of the list of 39*, above only those of Herbert Hoover (-5.65%), Andrew Johnson (-0.70%) and Theodore Roosevelt (1.41%)"  Louis Woodhill, Economist

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There is no more dangerous menace to civilization than a government of incompetent, corrupt, or vile men.
Ludwig Von Mises