> Both IMHO are inside us not outside. But of course it is more
> for people to find a scapegoat for the problems in the world
> to look at themselves in the mirror.
I don't see why it isn't possible to be critical of oneself and critical of those that rule us. In fact, looking for faults within and without us is the way to how we can grow. If we ignore the faults in ourselves, we can't make progress and make ourselves better. And so it is with finding faults with the system that rules us. If we don't look for the faults, how can we correct it? For example, if something goes wrong with one's computer, one has to look for the fault to be able to fix it!
> Each and everyone of our
> has a vibration and a effect on the whole. Meaning each time
> have a thought of anger or fear or negative you contribute to
> the problem
> in the world. On the contrary if your thoughts tend toward
> self-acceptance, tolerance, love, faith, trust then you are
> part of the solution.
Anger is a useless and worthless emotion and doesn't have to be expressed when looking behind the veil that blinds humanity from seeing the truth about the nature of political rulership. Dorothy, in the Wizard of Oz didn't express anger or fear when she saw behind the curtain. In many ways, I identify with Dorothy from Kansas, she was a very human child!