Trust and good speech is a matter of life and death. Ignorance leads to distrust distrust leads to evil gossip evil gossip leads to hate hate leads to conflict conflict leads to people killing each other.

The Evil of Distrust and Nobility of Trust

This was originally written after the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris. Regarding social unrest, killings, wars and oppression. Many want freedom of speech, but refuse the responsibility to think. Regardless who did what and how, the more important thing in the big picture is how ‘the people’ and governments react to it. How you yourself respond to it!

Freedom of Thought: How to Respond to The Attacks

“If it is not advantageous, do not move. If goals cannot be reached, do not act. Unless endangered, do not attack. The ruler cannot start wars out of personal anger. The general cannot engage in battle due to personal frustration.

Emotions Change … Consequences Remain