A friend on FB made an observation about how a third of the country is poor, and posed the question as to why there isn't a revolution. I got to thinking, what would that look like today?—a revolution... I got up from my computer and walked to the open window where I was greeted by a steady beat of raindrops and a rauckus myriad of frogs and crickets. Their voices stood out above the rhythmic drizzle - frantic sounding - like a battle cry or an anguishing lament. I mused, however, that each creature is only speaking its voice – not in a scream or a shout, just the voice nature gave it – the one that reflects what that creature truly IS. It is the unison of a multitude of voices that gives strength to the message. For too long have we allowed the divisive forces guide us. It is time to shift our focus away from the enemy and toward the goal, as one united throng. We have to speak frankly about what social justice entails and work hard toward achieving it, which means truly knowing what kind of world we want--not just what we don't want in the world.
maniacal ramblings indeed ... however ...
the next thing I stumled upon was this: www.cesj.org/thirdway/comparison3rdway.htm
then this: www.duckdaotsu.org/3breakthrough.html
forward motion toward a better way