Use this pen with self-responsibility

04 Nov

Will there be censorship of books in an Equal Money System? Censorship seen from the current perspective of suppressing parts of books that are in conflict with the morals and manners of the system, based on political, military and financial grounds, will not exist within an Equal Money System. Our current censorship on books is based in fear when performed by governments. Fear to damage the image of the country on a political or military level. When censorship is performed by the publisher of the book, it’s also a matter of fear of image and credibility, but above all it’s always a financial matter both for government and publisher.

Within an Equal Money System there will exist only one law, the law of “what’s best for all” in every way. All manners and morals will become actions and all our actions will derive from that one law. Therefore writing a book will be based on this law, which basically and practically comes down on expressing yourself through written words. Words of abuse will logically no longer exist, since that’s not “what’s best for all”. Books with disinformation to only boost the ego of the writer or to boost the pockets of the publisher, will no longer exist. Everyone will be sustained with enough to live a decent life within an Equal Money System and everybody will have the opportunity to add some more to their basics by doing labor that they truly like, what in this case could be writing. Whenever there is abuse through the written word, there will be interventions taking place for the writer and the publisher. Interventions, which means the ability/opportunity for the writer and publisher to find the core point for not having acted in the best interest of all. This might for instance be greed or even self-sabotage.

Lets have a closer look at how books came into existence and what meaning or significance books and writers have in our world up to today. In order to understand where things went wrong and why we have to reinstall the value of life again in being able to express ourselves through the written living word.

Writing became valuable at the point where people wanted to conserve information, they saw the necessity of storing this information and at the same time writing the information down instead of transferring it from mouth to mouth. This being said, we have to take into consideration that the first written information was only meant for the elite and the elite within the various religions. The first writings were not published from a starting point of “what’s best for all”, these books were written to conserve valuable information for a select group that was able to read. Churches gained influence by keeping the population illiterate so that ordinary people would look up to the priests, cardinals, vicars, imams and all kinds of so called wise men. The people had to gain more power in order to make sure that reading skills were taught to a larger amount of people. Still up to today we see developing countries where the basic skills like reading, writing and maths are not yet in place for everyone. Even developed countries have still illiterate people amongst them, where the system hasn’t looked out or cared for all it’s inhabitants.

Writing developed from symbols in nature to characters on clay tablets and later on papyrus which developed into parchment to eventually mature into letters on paper in most parts of the world. Books throughout time have been a propaganda weapon for politics, military and religion. These men in power understood how powerful the written word is and this translated later in time into book burnings. The written word, the black on white, is a form of creating. When the written word is read out loud, it produces a double impact through our hearing and reading abilities. It is what it is, no room for back doors, while in spoken language things might imply less black and white mentality. When your boss says after sweet talking you that your fired and he didn’t do it on purpose but the situation led him into this action, that sucks. When your boss sends you an registered letter and declares that your fired from the company, you might read it out loud, but your eyes see the black letters on the white paper and your simply fired and not just a little bit. You can’t hide it or making yourself believe that the situation is different, because you can read it many times and it stays the same.

So using the written word implies a lot of responsibility a point that most of us not really confront themselves with. It would be different when you bought ballpoints and paper and read on the attached tag: use only with self-responsibility, or for that matter a computer with the same tag. That would make you consider this point for a moment. Because writing words is taking action and actions have always consequences within our physical reality. Therefore writing from a point of ignorance or intentional abuse is not in the best interest of all and will have it’s consequences and outplays. Religious and New Age books are a perfect example of being written without considering the outcome within the world other than gaining power and money. The bible claims to be the oldest book in history, according to it’s followers. A book that was for the elite to interpret and bring across to the population, only much later the people were capable of reading the bible. Though up to today religious people are convinced that they need the assistance of their religious leader to interpret the word of God and translate it to their day to day life. This powerful book has lead nations into wars and made people into evil people who are only preoccupied to get their seat in heaven. It would have been great for history if the bible along with other religious and spiritual books were censored in the best interest of all already eons of time ago.

We still can rewrite history and get rid of every single book that doesn’t apply to the law, “what’s best for all”, it isn’t too late. Every breath is a moment to bring change into existence. Every time you pick up a pen or touch your keyboard you can make a change within considering “what’s best for all”, only then your writings or books are of assistance and support for all. When we look at the point of all those wannabe writers out there in the world, it’s valuable to understand why people write now and why people would write within an Equal Money System.

Primarily people become writers to make a living and all amateur writers write to become famous and eventually make a living out of it. So probably all who currently write are making money from it one way or another. There are also people who dream to become rich by writing bestsellers. How likely would that be, one should ask themselves. That way the profession of writing is equalized with sports players, singers, actors or painters. All professions that need fame in order to become wealthy. Seen on a globale scale there isn’t enough space to get all wannabes their specialness or exclusiveness. In an Equal Money System we can all be writers and we can support and assist all with our books. Printed on paper or available as e-books, simply accessible for all. Censorship will be no more, because we will know how to use our self-responsibility.

You can start and practise now, through writing yourself to freedom. See the blogs on the Desteni website ( ). If you’re ready to experience real freedom of speech, start a blog and write according to the law, “in the best interest of all”. Writing should be fun and can be entertainment for others at the same time. Expressing yourself in that moment, will give you the ability to not only develop your writing skills, but also see who you really are. Lets have some fun and start writing.

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Posted by on November 4, 2011 in Uncategorized


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