Mandela wrote that true freedom is not just merely casting off your own chains, but living in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.
I love that last part because it implies that we have an obligation to do something to assist the general welfare – not just sit back in our “I’m all right, Jack” armchairs.
But it strikes me as I think about it that, actually, the strongest prisons that hold us hostage are not those made of concrete and steel and barbed wire. We live in prisions erected by our wrong beliefs and philosophies of life.
Norberto Keppe has written voluminously about a psycho-social condition called Inversion and how this has caused us to see reality upside down. A deep reading of his vast output will take you on a journey of human consciousness that will mark a turning point in your life. You will never be the same after his great discoveries of human psychology enter your consciousness.
One of the inverted institutions that locks us into an inferior perspective is modern science. Our lauded scientific worldview is seriously incomplete.
The Keppe Motor and the Disinversion of Science, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.