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Burl Hall is a retired counselor who is living in a Senior Citizen Housing apartment. Burl has one book to his credit, titled "Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal our Wounded Nature." For more information, search the book on Amazon.
Burl's philosophy entails the idea that "everything effects and causes everything thing else." His spirituality of Sophia i.e., Wisdom is universal as well as within each of us. He also sees the idea of Chaos as not being "all over the place" but as infinite relationships.
The question I present in my articles speak not so much towards the politicians, but how WE the people can empower ourselves within a planet that is healthy, wealthy and wise.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 8, 2019 Under Their Thumb: Corporate Criminality and the Death of Human Evolution
In this article, I speak to the mess we humans are in. I also believe that we need to go after everything to foster a just, sustainable and love filled future.
Corporations are the so-called Beast. In my past writings, I speak primarily to all religions. Is the end time close? Did we foster it? Yes, indeed. No God is necessary.
We did it all by our selves.
Can we get out of this mess?
(6 comments) SHARE Thursday, July 11, 2019 Are We the People of the Apocalypse? If So: What Shall We Do About It?
In our corporate culture, we foster plans 5 years into the future. In this article, it is argued that (a) we have fostered an upwards growth pattern leading towards an increase in extinction rates and (b) our need to foster a world that foster a just, sustainable and love filled world.
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 16, 2019 Top-Down Politics: The Murderous Marriages of Our Divisional World
Politics are not going to "get us out of the mess of what we've done to our planet as well as falling to our knees of sociopaths, such as Trump. At this point we need drastic change. We simply cannot continue destroying the planet and our well being. At this point, we need to realize that if we do not evolve, then we will devolve, i.e., dead. This article speaks to some ideas on how we can see ourselves and our planet.
(2 comments) SHARE Sunday, February 24, 2019 Beyond Oppositions via Fostering Bottom-Up Governance and Human Evolution
My question is, what can we do to get out of this mess in relationship to corporations and their Son, Donald Trump, who are killing humanities ability to evolve. Isn't it time to reflect on our evolution, i.e., the potentials that are within us. Or do we go the way of the Dinosaur. Extinct.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, February 11, 2019 The Institute for Local Self-Reliance: Challenging Ecomomic and Political Powers
We are at a time where major changes are happening in our planet. While we may state our technologies are an evolution, this article states we are devolving.
Is this what we want? Dare we change by fostering an evolution? Where do we begin, Reader?
Consider researching the "Institute for Local Self-Reliance" in relationship to fostering the evolution of humanity in relationship to the entire planet.
(16 comments) SHARE Monday, January 28, 2019 Deep Change: Are We Going to Evolve, or Do We Devolve?
In today's world, we have a president who is about corporations, not us human beings. I would like to foster a true living world.
Not a dead world, as per our corporations. I mean those who support life.
The current article speaks to am evolution of human beings specifically and all creatures in general.
What would such a world look like in your eyes, Reader? I threw out my ideas. What are yours?
(5 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 6, 2019 Bringing Forth A Bottom Up Culture
This article speaks to our fostering a "bottom-up" governance. At this point, we in the United States is right on the cusps of Fascist governance.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, December 10, 2018 The Briliance of Lao Tzu: Fostering Human Potential
For several thousand years, there have been great "teachers", such as the Chinese powerhouse, Lao Tzu who wrote a book titled, the "Tao Te Ching."
In this day and age of Trumps and others, Lao Tzu's teachings are needed. If we tapped into his wisdom, perhaps we can evolve and stop being stagnant?
I hope not only that the reader read my article. I would say, read the "Tao Te Ching." Its a small book, yet powerful.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 24, 2018 World Change: Fostering the Evolution of Humanity and the World?
Has humanity fostered evolution in our species? I would say at this point, we are not. This article speaks to our world as devolving. How do we foster an evolution? We don't need externals. We need ourselves and those of us who are awake.
We need empowerment beginning with us, me and you, writer and reader.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, June 25, 2018 Reclaiming our World, Universe and Lives
In our world, we have fostered a trend that has allowed for corporations and the rich to rule our lives.
Isn't it time we awaken to our power?
In this article, Meredith and Burl Hall speak to our empowerment beyond corporations and the rich.
Dare we make big changes that empower you, the reader?
Can we wake up and foster our empowerment within a healthy world?
(22 comments) SHARE Saturday, May 26, 2018 The Age of Devolution: Humanity's Murder of Nature
As per the insanity of Donald Trump as President, we, the people of this country and world need to utilize Rob Kall's notion of "Bottom-Up" governance.
In fostering "Bottom-Up Governance," the article speaks towards our Nature. Nature is our Essence, i.e., our Self as well as the birds, bees, and coconut trees.
The question for the reader is to realize is "how do we empower ourselves."
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Deep Spirituality: Towards Bottom-Up Approach to Life
This article is about fostering a culture based upon Bottom-Up Cultures.
Isn't it about time that we empower ourselves? Do we truly need to have a curse on our heads that states "the Man shall rule over Thee." Thus we have been in a several thousands of years that we need to let go of. Or, do we continue surrender our power to the likes of Trump to
destroy our lives and the planet.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, January 13, 2018 The Psychopathology of Western Civilization
There are people who have stated our corporate world is one that mirrors a psychopathic personality disorder.
Those are harsh words. But,its not a time to be "sweet!"
We need drastic change. This article will hopefully entice the reader towards change.
What would that change look like?
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, December 26, 2017 Native Brilliance: What Can We Learn From It
Why is it Donald Trump is in office. What does that speak to within our culture. Our corporate driven culture is the Mother of Trump, and pretty much all of us.
In my readings and speaking to many Native Americans in Northern Main, I saw a lot of Wisdom. Can we listen to these "wise ones" and perhaps not only of external Nature, but the Nature manifesting as the reader.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, December 18, 2017 We're Sold to Mold into the Fold of the Powers That Be
This article speaks to deep, progressive steps towards sanity. We must reclaim our Nature, both within ourselves and within this planet and beyond.
What is Nature if not who we all are? What is the Nature of people like Rob Kall alongside the talented writers on Oped.
Could it be that our horror stories of rape, politicians such as Trump, and polllution are signs of our sickness?
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, November 24, 2017 Transitioning into Bottom-Up Governance and Self-Empowered Communities
People living around the world, need to foster cultures that are bottom-up in structure. As such, the deceased John Lennon spoke to the "power of the people"(Bottom-up governance).
In doing so, we foster health within ourselves, and can create a just, sustainable, equitable and love-filled future.
This article speaks about transition a to bottom-up governance. The result? Empowered people in community.