we lie in the lap of immense intelligence, which makes us receivers of its truth and organs of its activity. when we discern justice when we discern truth, we do nothing of ourselves, but allow a passage to its beams. if we ask whence this comes, if we seek to pry into the soul that causes, all philosophy is at fault. its presence or its absence is all we can affirm. every man discriminates between the voluntary acts of his mind, and his involuntary perceptions, and knows that to his involuntary perceptions a perfect faith is due. he may err in the expression of them, but he knows that these things are so, like day and night, are not to be disputed.
we need knowledge but not from institutions, rather that which we pursue out of our self-interest. through education and living in algoa bay, i absorbed western standards of living and became familiar with western culture. that which is forced upon us can never resonate truly. later in life, when my mother passed away, i immersed myself willingly into western culture not through university but through traveling. by meeting and spending time with caucasians i observed something very important: it was the notion that we are all connected not in any superficial way but in a very deep essence. we are all natures divine children sprung from one source of light making us one great family, the human race.
what divides us is any form of institutionalization which are the exhalation of individual achievement. therefore my dna is shaped by the country side and the bustling city that seeks to steal your soul but yet all that is true is to be found in its inhabitants. by understanding who you are you understand who humanity is. spend time alone to spend time with many. i sincerely believe that as a species we are co-dependent. therefore to change yourself is to change humanity.