From a soul perspective we all share an eternal unity that transcends this mortal coil of our existence, but it is almost as if the human condition is desperately clinging to its blip on the radar of a soul patrol that it cannot comprehend that there is infinitely more to this than that.
New Entry: sex·cap·ism
Pronunciation: seks- ˈ kā- ˌ pi- zəm
: habitual diversion of sexual urges to purely imaginative activity
OR sextainment as an escape from sexual reality
OR routine escape from sexual reality or natural reproductive instinct
— sex·cap·ist -pist\ adjective or noun
Urban translation ~ naked social networking
1. Pose for power
2. Tense up for willpower
3. Cross arms for persistence
4. Lie down for insight
5. Nap for performance
6. Gesture for persuasion
7. And gesture for understanding
8. Smile for happiness
9. Mimic to empathise
10. Imitate to comprehend
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According to the latest scientific evidence intention surpasses perception, reality and belief as one of the best strategies to living life well, independent of anything else that you do, whatever you choose. It is also one of the least traumatic ways to encourage the growth and discovery you need to break free from the clutches of any self limiting reality, or for that matter any reality that doesn’t live up to your expectation any more.
Reality is nothing more than what you intend it to be, and nothing less than what you are willing to accept in the twisted truths and self-delusional confines of your own mind.
According to the latest figures released in the United Nations Population Division “Urban Population, Development and the Environment 2011”, only 50% of the global population were still living in Rural Areas as of last year, while the other half are struggling to make a living at the coalface of the Urban rat-race. In Oceania, Europe, Latin America, the Carribean and North America the percentage is more than 70%.
City dwelling people are confined to 2.7 percent of the earth’s land mass, 60% of them are economically active, and in the more developed areas of the world more than half of them make use of personal motorized transportation that account for a quarter of the worlds energy consumption, and half of the global oil consumption.
While 96% of the Urban population are using improved drinkingwater resources, the same percentage are living in slums in Sudan just asd 71 percent of urbanites in Middle Africa, 61% in East Africa, more than 30% in Asia and the Carribean, and 2% in Martinique.
The wall chart on Rural Population, Development and the Environment 2011 presents the latest data available for 15 indicators of rural population, land use, development and environment. It provides estimates at the national, regional and world levels.