Sunday, August 31, 2014

Modern Relationship#15

Just a Thought—
I have an issue with the ‘modern relationship’ which cripples me from getting into them as much as I would like to.  That sounds vague, but let me explain.  Let’s say I live in a village or farm and have never known a ‘modern relationship’, what is that relationship then?  What is a relationship when all of our egotistical and socially esoteric views are non-existent or non-licet in the relationship?  We see there are no motivations towards monopolizing property, seeking money, success, power, comfort, desire, religions etc. to the extent we retaliate on each other if the relationship struggles or ends.  Of course, these traditional forms are quietly in the village as well, but of a non-coercive nature—those nature based traditions of culture don’t consume the village and spread. However, in contrast, the ‘modern relationship’ has become poisonous with competition; where rules, tradition, expectation and desire override the long-term basic human dignity.  That’s the making of a deal, not a lasting relationship of trust.  A village relationship is simple and direct where a cow has more value than the making of the relationship, the land, air and sky as well.  Where all assumptions of a relationship are foreign and never in danger of being spoken--they just are.  JustaThought2go