Saturday, 17 May 2014

In Search of Freedom

There is an easily discernible universal law, which demands of us, as indeed of all nature, to balance the opposites in order to maintain at least a semblance of peace. A wise man once said that God is what the opposites have in common.
Strong medicine that.
The reason why I call my blog Human Potential Series is that I believe that we have reached the evolutionary level of being capable of consciously participating in the maintenance of this state of balance. Even as the centripetal and centrifugal forces maintain the cosmic equilibrium, so we must restore the balance between our primitive bellicose characteristics and inner predisposition of the awareness of unity. Unity is an expression of universal love inherent at some level in every human being.
This has nothing to do with any religion, but everything with what the great Masters of the past have taught.
We are finally coming of age. The days of empires attempting to conquer the world in order to bolster their coffers is over. Our inner Potential will be directed towards sharing different abilities to complement each other, each nation, each race, towards a social equilibrium in which all people can reach their individual Potential.

The title of today’s blog is taken from the subtitle of a book I wrote many years ago, “Marvin Clark—In Search of Freedom”. I feel the book is a ‘literary’ example of how a man and a woman can complement each other. NOT become same, not go after the same job, serve in the same army, or compete in any field of life, but find freedom by complementing each other. While both men and women share many characteristics, many attributes, we both have predispositions necessary to make “two” greater than the sum of its parts. 
       Isn’t it wonderful?
       Ultimately, we are all ONE.

       BTW. I do not expect anyone to buy the book to which I am referring—nor any other of my books. But I do hope that, while retaining relative anonymity for myself, my books will become reasonably well read. It is the only way I can do my share of restoring balance between what used to be called literature and what is now hiding under the title of romance, being for the most part erotica, suspense or wholesale murder stories. I enjoy making love as much as anyone, but I believe it should be practiced, not read about. Nor do I get my kicks from reading about people being murdered, with or without suspense.
      Also, it is my way of complementing the true and the phenomenal reality into the inadvertent yet unavoidable marriage of Being and Becoming. If I am presumptuous, I beg your forgiveness. And if you can prove me wrong regarding my literary assumptions, than you’ll make me the happiest man on earth.
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  1. Bravo. And brave. The man who confesses a distaste for erotica or murder excused by offering the titillation of suspense is, in the prevailing winds, brave indeed. Stand up ovation here offered!

  2. I see it's your turn to make me blush, Philippa. On the other hand, those who specialize in erotica/murder/suspense are unlikely to understand, let alone enjoy, the tenor of my books. Hence—nothing lost, nothing gained?

    PS. Have you seen the title of Book I of my Aquarius Trilogy? "WALL—Love, Sex, and Immortality". Perhaps I shall recoup at least one shade of gray?

  3. I arrived here through Philippa.
    Glad to meet anther lone warrior for humanity's potential :)

  4. All friends of Philippa are always welcome. Now there are three of us! LOL