A personal analysis of the “social justice” trend
Rising out of the darkness, liberty turns her tail on justice, and heads for the unheard of and the unseen. Trial and error are logical principles that guide us to a fulfilling goal, but, for many, a static approach will satisfy; by which, we have a storm.
And a storm doesn’t begin in full rage, nor does a lunatic begin completely mad. Conditioning plays a critical role in the formation of both. Outside forces will have an influence on its degree of intensity and its personality. The maintenance of the body, mind, heart, spirit, and soul, relative to its environment, may harbor such a delusion if poorly nurtured.
In present day, this is the root matter of a twisted and sickened tree called “social justice”. It is a cult of victimhood, where its adherents are taught to seek retribution for everything that mother has failed to provide. Like so, a whirlwind effect of abandonment wanders for too long, and creates a cavity in the heart where parasites will find and suckle till no life thrives.
The more energy that these parasitic hosts feed on, the greater that the scale of good and evil will tidal wave, and the more powerful and creative both parties become.
The enabling factors of this fivefold, spiritual destitution are generally well-known, being one’s upbringing, diet, friends, teachers, living conditions, etc. Ultimately, it is up to the will of the individual to compromise their love for the tricksters, or to exalt their light and surpass suffering and a damning reputation.
However, the entire world is under sway of the Aquarian experience, and both sides exhibit an immense magnetism that draws communities together, and separates them at a gesture. In as much, this influence is reflected in the mentality of today’s “social justice warriors” as a cause to attain a purpose in the name of progressivism.
One can argue that their intentions are naturally good, for they still try to act on virtue, though their idea of virtue is misconstrued by those malicious surrounding forces. Gradually, as the negativity transforms into a benign power, we will witness a happier and healthier population.
However, for any sort of transformation to occur, lessons must be learned, and those lessons are learned through suffering. Indeed this “social justice” pandemonium will cause despair for their opponents and themselves, but, through trial and error, the lesson will be enforced, and Piscean stagnation will fall.
Change will be the reaper, and change will be the savior, but if either nature is stationed for too long, woe and chaos will ensue, and liberty will lose her name.