The goal of "Wisdom-Square.com" is to build an active community dedicated to bettering ourselves through learning and helping others. Those whom actually take control of their lives realize that life can be a whole lot better. So why is it that some people still live better than others? Certainly we all have the same ability as the person next to us to succeed. Everyone is created equally correct? So why isn't this reflected in our society?
I propose that the problem comes down to our environments. Most of us didn't have someone there teaching us the essential things that would create a better life for us. Sure we all learn how to add and subtract from school, but I'm talking about things that are much more important. Through "Wisdom-Square.com" I hope to close this gap and create that environment for all of us to succeed together.
One of the greatest inventions of our time is without a doubt the internet. It has provided us with a means to connect one another regardless of distance. Everyone is able to contribute and share their knowledge with someone else effortlessly now. But, most of what you end up finding online is pure entertainment. A very small amount is extremely useful for you to pay attention to. And not only that, all of this useful information is dispersed throughout the web, making it very hard to come by unless you know exactly what it is your looking for. So I plan to only include on this site information that if the public were to know, would profoundly change our world for the better.
It's very easy to willingly agree to everything that you're taught. It's difficult to stop... take a second to think about it, and then formulate questions. We're taught in school to accept the facts and to never question them. Some of us were lucky enough to have at least one teacher that went against the grain, and taught his/her students one of life's most valuable lessons... to always ask "why?" But be honest with yourself, how many people do you know actually do that? From my experience, not nearly enough people care to ask the right questions.
This website will only ask one thing from you, and that is to keep an open mind. If we want to succeed in anything we do, we must always keep an open mind to all the possibilities that may exist. I can guarantee you that if you do, you will look at the world completely different from how you do now. A better metaphor couldn't exist than the one from the "Matrix"... as Morpheus put it:
These two pills have become famous pop culture symbols over time, representing the choice between the blissful ignorance of illusion (blue) and embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red). At this point I will like to ask you to make your decision now. Choose which pill you would take given the above circumstances. This is a journey that is not meant for everyone, it’s hard to learn something new and try to accept it when it goes against everything that you have been taught. Please close this site if you’re not ready to proceed with an open-mind, nothing here will be of any use to you.
Are you still with me? Okay good. Now that I have your attention, let’s dive right in and take a look at how I've structured Wisdom-Square for our growth...
Do you know what happened October 1, 1988?
At the age of 55, Dr. Sebi proved to the New York State Supreme Court that it was possible to cure every disease.
This was inspired by reading the book titled, "The Last Bling King."
Imagine the world without celebrities. How would people spend their time?
What would we spend all of the money currently hoarded by celebrities on? Free education?
You see, most people introduce the problems of society, few talk about the possible solutions, and even fewer discuss how to get from problem to solution...
Below are the transcribed conclusions from Adam Curtis's top four most important film documentaries:
The Century Of The Self (2002)
The Power Of Nightmares (2005)
The Trap: What Happened To Our Dreams Of Freedom (2007)
All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace (2011)
The goal of this Maze Program is to uncover the corruption found in our current socio-political economy. It is to define privilege as the preferential treatment of the few over the many on the basis of wealth, nepotism, and cronyism. The big question we will be asking is if it’s fair that in today’s world it matters more who you know, rather than what you know, in all areas of life. It is to first understand weather this is in fact a pernicious global disease, and if so what is its antidote?
“For all men being originally equals, no one by birth could have a right to set up his own family in perpetual preference to all others forever.” – Thomas Paine.
There will be 8 different sections of the maze, each with their own message.
"Syrian citizens" violently revolted against the Syrian government (lead by President Bashar al-Assad) for a number of reasons, but namely:
"the concentration of wealth in the hands of autocrats in power for decades,insufficient transparency of its redistribution, corruption, and especially the refusal of the youth to accept the status quo." - Wikipedia. (this unjust inequality of course is something seen within every single country, bar none).
A writer for the American political journal Foreign Policy, Marc Lynch, coined the term "Arab Spring" in a January 6, 2011 article to define the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests (both non-violent and violent), riots, and civil wars seen across the Middle East Arab nations, which is said to have officially begun on December 18, 2010.
Something is wrong with the world...
Wars destroy innocent lives, the media spreads fear and propaganda, bankers and traders manipulate the markets, lawyers and police forces make a killing from injustice meeting "quotas," politicians and lobbyists ignore our opinions, the "privileged class" (2% owning 50% of world's wealth) gets to go to expensive private schools, barely interact with ordinary people, marry within their circle, live in exclusive, luxurious, gated communities far from commoners, and don't have to be held accountable for their actions, placing them above the law... while many of our fellow humans are zombies wandering in soulless shopping malls looking to buy objects that will make them "happy" on their time off on the weekends.
We call this normal?