I MUST FIND, MEET & REALLY INSPIRE THAT ONE PERSON, THOSE SEVERAL PEOPLE, WHO WILL GET THE HUMAN BEAUTY OF THIS WORK (my screenplay(s), DNC Chairman, Gerri and the other sequels) & IS ABLE TO TURN THIS STORY FROM THE PAGE TO LIVE IN THE HEARTS OF BILLIONS.
Being a good friend
is how we can each discover ourselves,
as well as helping that friend do the same.
Truest friendship causes many to unite
in a friend ship
that can take us everywhere –
finding the truest treasure,
of the heart.
It is offering that true mirror
to see one’s own light
that leads to realms
beyond ANYTHING humanity
was ever capable of imagining.
Being A Good Friend
by Philip Andermann
“Wisdom for Modern Life by Daisaku Ikeda
Monday, December 16, 2013:
“A society that has sacrificed so much to material wealth that it has forgotten the human heart and the better human aspirations degenerates into something compassionless, doctrinaire, ignorant and ultraconservative. When this happens, fundamental solutions to calamities become impossible. If we protect the truth and are resolute, we are capable of creating peace and prosperity. And the truth we must protect ought to be high and great. Our great truth—the thing that we must protect to the utmost—involves ethics and the best of human nature. But more basic than anything else is our duty to guard the truth of life, the truth that we and the universe are one, and that a single ordinary human thought contains the entirety of universal life.”
Quote from SGI President Daisaku Ikeda on what makes society come to an impasse.
The 2nd Amendment gives you the right to bear arms. Putting aside the “well-regulated militia” clause for now, let me state clearly what the 2nd Amendment does NOT permit:
• the right to fire arms anytime you think it okay to
• the right to leave those arms unattended, especially where there’s a child in the home
The state (all 50 of them) have not only the right but the obligation to repossess your weapon if you abuse this constitutional right in any way including as mentioned above.
“As a nation, we can’t stop every act of violence. We can’t heal every troubled mind. But if we want to live in a country where we can go to work, send our kids to school, and walk our streets free from fear, we have to keep trying. We have to keep caring. We have to treat every child like they’re ours. Like those in Sandy Hook, we must choose to love. And together, we must and can change.” —President Obama on the anniversary of Newtown