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Blood worm escape.Opposite opinions.A trail of breadcrumb..
Opposite opinions.
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Description: This fractal is a representation of the division in society today.  Opposite opinions   :siren
It is the age of: "You're either with me, or against me"  No middle way possible anymore, not even for discussions sake.  :gum:

Let's be more Zen: Be like water, smooth, soft and gentle with all the patience of the world. But it can wear mountains down to pebbles, and stream to roaring rivers.
Well, I wish you all a great weekend, and some love, friendship and above all stay healthy and safe.  ;)





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Posted by: Caleidoscope April 17, 2021, 09:03:22 PM

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April 18, 2021, 04:46:05 PM
:thumbs: Totaly agree.
In a home i have old soviet "Encyclopedia of Foreign Words" written in some 1951 (with Stalin still in power). In this book everything is divided just like that. Everything is ether or bad or good. (for communism or a trickery against it, no middle grounds.)

There is certain need for a 3rd eye to look on this beyond dualistic divisions.
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April 18, 2021, 06:25:31 PM
Thank you Alef, indeed a neutral view would be a good thing.
Nothing wrong with accepting different opinions and still be on friendly basis with one and other. It will be a very lonely and probably aggressive world if we don't,  1,5 mtr would be the lesser problem, for in the minds the distance will become unbridgeable.  Just thinking out loud  :gum:
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April 19, 2021, 05:30:47 PM
I must agree. It indeed is makeing world more lonely. I personaly don't have same kind of relationship of close ppl as before becouse I just can't take their political radicalism.  :,( I would not want the return of totalitarian mindsets.
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April 19, 2021, 07:04:59 PM
You are absolutely right.
The 'fun' thing is often that those who aggressively 'defend'  the freedom of speech, only want to accept the freedom of  speech/opinion as long as it is their opinion ;)
I always try to explain, that it is not the opinion most agree upon that we have to defend, no it is precisely the right to an opinion we don't like that we have to defend. That's what it is all about. And I'm a great believer in Freedom of speech. For me everything is allowed except to call upon, and threaten with the use of violence. That is the only line where freedom of speech ends, at least that is in my moral book. Violence, real violence.  That's it. ;)
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April 19, 2021, 08:48:39 PM
Yes. I remember simmilar discussion on local radio, that those who stands for tolerance often are quite intolerant themselves. And I tought freedom of speach have bad time just in my country and I don't like that. But then the friend from more established democraty sayd that they have simmilar tendencies.
I just can't tolerate hate, it's biological.
Some of this could be a result of technological progress, when you don't meet people with different opinions. And if you do, you don't have sutch attitudes as meeting in person when you don't agree but try to respect opinion of a friend.


Alsou I noticed some difference between traditional art and "revolutionary art". It lost it's details, depth, nuances, art nouveau weavyness.
Like this

compared to this

or maybe this from the same town

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