Regarding the blog ‘How to win the Presidential Election”: Some found it funny. Some found it sad. The comments were interesting. The Will Rogers and Mark Twain quotes help us understand that this sort of political behavior has been the case for a long time.
When children bicker, we see past it so easily. We do not judge or get depressed about it. We even sometimes chuckle over the absurdity. Similarly, we must see beyond the tussles between political parties, individuals, and nations. Your vision of a current situation must be clear for you to deal with it wisely. To catch people in the web of political polarity is the trap used by the powers that be (the rakshasa value) to perpetuate the status quo. Political candidates are merely actors in the play.
Though it is right for us to tend to it on its own level, we must see beyond it. To heal a problem, it must be understood… just as children bickering must be seen through the eyes of an adult to be dealt with wisely. As Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”
The status quo can, must, and will evolve. That is our purpose. That is our duty. Responsibility means the ability to respond. Evolution of consciousness is the way. We have the knowledge of the means. We have the ability to respond.