Declaring “I am”

Assert Our Name
We are human Beings. I am a human Being and I declare “I am”. You are a human Being and you also declare “I am”. We are Beings amongst all living Beings in the entire universe. Science notes we truly are made of stars.

Beings live. In fact, only Beings live. A group or collective does not live in and of itself. A collective exists. This simple (re)adjustment in our universal use of the words LIVE and EXIST is to use them absolutely accurately, to be clear and true with how relationships manifest between everyone in and out of groups. This, to cease misleads, misrepresentation, misinterpretation and mis-empowerment once and for all.

A capital B in Being is to distinguish the name from the verb being. Further more, seeing as we are not only human, when referring to human Beings as “humans” enables the sectarian treatment that follows. Does naming us “humans” (disregarding the name Being) serve an objectionable objective, a learned profession-sustaining belief or an unwittingly misguided intension?

Disappearing Trick
When thoroughly thought through, this linguistic disappearing trick initiates grouping “humans” by race, by color, by ethnic background, by age, by class, by bracket, by code, by culture, by language, by beliefs, by views and so on. Classification, categorization, segregation and separation spreads vicariously throughout relations due to this initial vital communication flaw, the absence of the one sane name we, all who live, share and bare and bear for more.

Another pertinent point of contention is in how “Being” is omitted from the definitions found in the US Code of law, revealing quite unabashedly how legal laws diminish living Beings down to the simplest manipulative form, top down from human to man to animal to pest to corps, none of which are clearly recognized, honoured, respected and treated as Beings. U.S.Code Title 7 › Chapter 6 › Subchapter II › § 136 – Definitions

Alas, to best suite a system of deprivation, have all Beings been separated in every which way but loose, led no less by collective or group identification, by competition, rivalry, even by nation turned corporation! Knowing economic regulations (rules) and the legal system (laws) hold no weight with the universal Laws of Nature or Natural Law, in how aligning our knowledge and purpose with Natural Law prevail during this time of transformation out of ignorance, carelessness, inaction and fear into awareness, care, action and love.

To “be!” is the answer to Hamlet’s question. To be alive!, a living Being most naturally.

“To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.”

~ e. e. cummings

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