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Paths, Courses, & Predicaments
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Those of us who understand the true pillars of justice must first understand where we rest from within our societal surroundings. We have to understand that through genuine observances of well minded civic behavior can we hope to influence our societies for the better. After all, once we are able to take the next step towards progresses can we then intensify the path to modernity.

This measure betters society for the rest of us which eases the conduct of our lives. As we make an effort to gain a better understanding about societal enlightenment, we quickly begin to realize that there are so many things out there in which we are unaware.

Many of us are becoming lost in this maze of consumerism which is in turn masked by overzealous concentrations of materialism. In order to make the greatest differences for ourselves, we must first make an effort to lead by the examples that we wish to see implemented in and around our environmental surroundings. Technological modernity is not enough to ensure that we are going to emerge as equal and equitably minded people. We must take the next step and ask ourselves what may rest ahead in the near and relative future. There are so many unknowns, but we must all make an effort to take a step into the depth of uncertainty that universally surrounds us all.

Some of the greatest experiments of government have been put to the test during periods of a grave societal crisis which challenge us to think outside of our own conventional norms. Periods of crisis are then determined to exist as a true scale of effectiveness that is retained by a government; however, innovations that do not yet have a sense of real world reinforcement must be given the benefit of the doubt to succeed. If this course of action is not taken, then we may never know what the unknown may retain for us as fallible human beings.

Our societies continue to necessitate additional accommodations and provisions which continue to enable our competitiveness as a progressive race, but we cannot always insist that the relative unknown is inherently detrimental in nature. The human consciousness can never know the definitive nature of reality for certain. The potential for probable properties continue to be existent which hinders the certainty that we have established for all of the tested attributes known to humankind. At times, we cannot always be assured that a particular outcome will reoccur every single time. As a result, we are simply blinded by what we do not really know, but once the unknown is able to produce something of a positive outcome, we are then taken down another path of progress. Nonetheless, we need to be extremely careful when attempting to understand different mediums of progress. Such ideas are not always progressive, but time exists as the ultimate determining factor which is then reinforced by a real world environment.

At the end, we have to take the next step forward into the unknown in order to gain a better understanding about ourselves as human beings. Various philosophical dispositions have attempted to understand the causes that create shortcomings in human nature. Common sense proves that no a single disposition has the ability to entirely address these shortcomings.

The human consciousness continues to reach new dimensions as individuals are given greater concentrations of everyday empowerment. The only outstanding issue is that so many of us fail to realize the benefit of its fruits. Our ability to critically think about our societal surroundings will determine if we will be successful in containing the forces of overzealous absolutism. At the end, ignorance prevails because free spirited human beings allow themselves to be kept in intellectual darkness.
 
17-Aug-2012
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