Monday, September 28, 2015

Making Peace In A Time Of Neo-Tribal Wars

Making Peace In A Time Of Neo-Tribal Wars


Study History, Study Wars…Now, Make Peace! [I call you to this vow/service]

This will be brief.  I’ll bring in Creveld, Nisbet, Barzun and Berman. I number 17 statements.
One wise teacher writes that to best study American (U. S.) history, study the wars. 1
Another wise one has organized a course on American Social History around the re-integration of the veteran into peacetime society. 2
In one way, both of these are threatened by the statement of the second that ‘we will lose the ability to speak in America’. By that he means ‘true speech,’ in which one’s life is put behind one’s words. [I see this as a vow, such as a marriage vow of ‘ ‘til death us do part’. 3
For instance, the Congress of the United States of America has not formally declared war since World War Two, and yet there are various wars—against drugs, terror, cancer, etc. 4
Is this progress? Nisbet writes of ‘The History of the Idea of Progress’. I think it can be recovered. 5
Is this ‘The Rise and Decline of the State,’ this not declaring wars? Creveld writes that it is lack of justice and lack of sound money for retirees. 6
Is this decadence? Barzun’s ‘From Dawn to Decadence,’ in the epilog, if I remember correctly, sees regional ethno-linguistic organizations bridged by corporations. Later, again if I remember correctly, he sees the re-learning of reading from monuments (?). 7
Berman, who we will mention again below, fears, in ‘Law and Revolution,’ that administrative law will be the end of that of which he writes. 8
Remember, we are aiming at making peace. Peace is the explicit reconciliation of opposites. Does it require a vow, in a way that peace treaties ended declared wars? 9
Let us move to Bledsoe’s ‘Metropolitan Manifesto’. This wonderful book proposes a way for ambassadors of peace (Christians) to attain the position of advisor to the decision-makers, mayors of cities, and other powerful persons.  It proposes other things also, and gives examples. 10
We take a detour from the writing above about ‘the state,’ which Creveld defines as the organization without the person (king, etc.?). Why? We do this because Bledsoe indicates that cities may be the economic movers of the future. Many in city governments are disenchanted with being controlled by polities of larger areas. 11
Now, toward peace we go, Lord willing. Can we study the establishment of peace in a previous era, and adapt that to our time? I say, ‘Yes!,’ and I will proceed. 12
We return to the second teacher mentioned above. He is the one of ‘the re-integration of the veteran,’ and of ‘losing the ability to speak’. 13 He tells the story of the establishment of peace after the Fall of Rome. Rome had kept the warring tribes from warring. After Rome fell, forests, for example, kept tribes apart.  But then came hermits into these impenetrable forests.  After hermits came monasteries, and monks who cleared the forests and drained the swamps.  After this was done, peasant farmers could move in. The monasteries provided wisdom such as when to plant, and became rich on rents, so that when the now-penetrable forests allowed tribes to war, the monasteries could say ‘No fighting during Lent!’. They got the imperative to say, ‘No fighting from Saturday evening to Monday morning!’ [I may have some details wrong]. The second teacher, first of the two chronologically, then relates how, after the land was organized, skills were organized around equipping the knight, guardian of the greater traffic allowed by the invention of the horse collar.  Then markets were organized, and I would say, missionary efforts.  I attempt at this time to respond to this narrative, though I will be changed. I pray to be able to help organized peace. Land. Skills. Markets. Missionaries. Peace. 13
To do this organizing, I return to the themes of cities and true speech.  Again, if I recall correctly, Berman mentions the Truce of God.  This was an oath-taking peace, and it was an advance from the command of the monasteries for there to be no fighting during certain periods of time. 14
This Truce of God, and the mutual oath-taking, again, if I recall correctly, became the basis for the formation of cities in the 12th century (?). Cities were formed by oaths. 15
Why can we not have a type of oath--if not explicit yet-- at least in the background for the use of the advisor about which Bledsoe writes in ‘Metropolitan Manifesto’? This could follow well the narrative of the establishment of peace between warring tribes that we saw during the almost a century from the time Rome fell. Remember, early on, there were natural boundaries to keep warring tribes apart, and at the end, it was true speech, oaths. 16

Of what would that oath consist, that vow? I propose that it would resonate with the service of the church. As a third great teacher, to remain unnamed for the present also, writes: We are Called, we are Cleansed in authoritative forgiveness after confession, we are Consecrated (by readings and preaching), we are Communed (eating and drinking), and we are Commissioned (sent out to tell the good news). The whole here has been a Call that showed how the Cleansing of peace was attained at one time, that pointed to readings and applications of them, that pointed to something Communing that we should ‘read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest,’ and that now you have been Called to this vow/service (‘liturgy’ is from a word for ‘service’ in Greek). There are many 5-point examples of which I have written, but since this follows the second teacher above, one might do it in the form of Imperative-Subjective-Narrative-Objective-Planetary Service.  This would be godparenting the next era.  In that vein, one might see the ceremony for godparents for eldsters, it’s in a blogspot. You can figure it out! What oath should these advisors have in mind that, at some appropriate time, could explicitly reconcile opposites, making peace? Tell us! 17

Monday, August 31, 2015

Dimensions, Tribes, Languages, Times, Actions

Dimensions, Tribes, Languages, Times, Actions
Let this ‘poiema’ do some poeming.  Allusions, resonances, wordplay, rhyming, acronyms, same-initial-lettering attempting to image in a small way the BigPoem.  Isn’t that the future of Protestantism?
Why? Because the future is here already in outline, and the past is yet to happen in fullness.
What future? That The Great Day of Final Judgment will come, and after that, The Next World.
What past? That Ansgar, Apostle to the North, and others brought the tribes into the Kingdom.
And now we have neo-tribalism.
ERH tells us again that English is (some early language) plus the language of the church.  French the same. German the same. The languages of the tribes were transformed by the language of the church, and became the respective languages of nations—not always peaceful, but more peaceful.
As we find the tribes, and the languages of those tribes, we can have more tongue at our feast. Thus we will glorify tribes by keeping the small enthusiastic groups, but losing the perpetual warfare of the tribes, as the Church is Israel without exclusion, and Nations are Empires without slavery. Universal History 1954. We will sing them into the Kingdom as new peaceful groups, these new tribes, as the church language and their language now become a new language of a new group, as the tribal language plus the church language became French for France, English for England, etc. What will we call these analogs of nations, these analogs of states? The vocative is half imperative. Translation is singing, and it is more an opus, a work, an opera, the plural of opus/work in Italian.  More than an instrumental symphony, with narrative and human singing, human vocation.
What are these tribes?  We must find them.  One would be the scientist, I suppose.  (Word coined, invented/wented in @ 1834!) The artist. The novelist (pregnant, that!). The manager. The neo-transhumanists—we are the originals. They are not territorial, but the world is more than flat now.  Corporations, NGOs, Rotary, AA… . Fuller on Gresham in ‘Critical Path’ wrote that the university of the East India company could see by reports the more sphericity, global-ness. Can we see that there are more dimensions and that tribal members travel through, like later Flatland—not only points intersected by lines, and triangles, and more dimensions, but spinning charm or whatever else physicists have named multi-dimensions. And don’t forget holographicity and the largeness of smaller parts, and the swirling energies of Tesla. Remember that they made more surfaces on which penicillin bases to grow by injecting air into a cube—more surfaces, more presences, more faces.
What will be the four fronts of each tribe, and the respective shibboleths?  What new Wycliffe translators will arise?
[A joyke—a joke that gives great joy, is bigger: An engineer knows more and more about less and less until finally he knows everything about nothing. A salesman knows less and less about more and more until finally he knows nothing about everything. And we have had Bible study groups in Congress.  If it’s an exaltation of larks, and a school of fish, what is it of gratitude—or what is it a gratitude of? And a memory too…and what else?]
We’d need history. ‘Scientist,’ coined 1834—8 centuries after.  Can we name earlier?
To what North do we need to send new Ansgars? And how will the emphasis of Theopolis on liturgy beget the language of the church that begets new, more peaceful socio groups, not nations, but analogous? The future of Protestantism.
A hint. It will be not only language begetting new and better language from old language, but it will be Kalends, the end and beginning of 1/12, of month. One says tithes were brought in then. A small hint from ERH is that we still have tribal calendar with us, in community celebrations. And empires—work and business schedules. Israel’s calendar remains in the eternal calendar of the ecclesiastical church, and Greece gives us academic calendars.  What will be the analogs?

Rosenstock tells us that in the next era, the next ear, the next 1000 years, however long that is, socio- will be the key. Or as one put it, the liturgy service of worship of the church, from kyrios, Lord, is oriented, or some might say northed/throned (neat how it works!) toward The Heavens Above. Once That One True God was established, The Waters Below could be covenantally examined, and we had the scientific method, ‘that arm of the church that is allowed to investigate to find out how much can be learned by treating the universe as dead’. And now begins socio.

So let’s go over to Lord’s today—they’re serving a fine body of times, on this FirstDay, on this 8thDay, on this DayOfDays, K.O.L.Ymmm!!. ‘Kol’, yeah, down from all the mountains of time, and Octave, not only the 7 named, but the whole old, and with Laodicea, all making a kind of three/one, traced out. And more body types too, prepositioning the body of Lord’s. Sequentially and, let’s read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the whole octave Apostasy in Jesus’ day/Union with Christ, and Exile, and Wilderness, and Garden, and Restoration, and Kingdom, and Prison. 8531642, from 4Sun, 1Moon, 5Mars/Tiw-Tir, etc. 1234567 at Ascension retuned to 4152637 (planets), now retuned analogously by circle of fifths again, with poetic license, to 8531642 (sociological groups, Revelation churches). K.O.L., SardisYMMM!!, Pergamos, Ephesus, Philadelphia, Thyatira, Smyrna—all liturgies. Do Beatitudes too. N-dimensional.
Rosenstock related that the Israel of Old, and the New Israel both conquered astronomical/astrological empires by worshiping one day in 7.  In that way their actions witnessed that The One True God had made all those planets and gods of planets that the empires worshiped.
Thus we retune, as at Ascension, as The Twelve, as the Epistles.
Be what you’ve been made, poiema! Make what will be, a poem mutually-indwelling Poem of poems!

Preliminary SUMMARY/Translation:  I'm just now writing a piece about how Rosenstock ( saw nations as being developed from some tribal language, plus the language of the church. I point out that we are in a neo-tribal era. What tribes and what respective languages are we to upgrade into peaceful sociological groups? He sees (Universal History 1954, Dartmouth) socio- as the key to the next era. Are 'scientists' a tribe, 'artists,' 'novelists'?
This may be worthwhile on a longer wavelength. As groups were made then, in more maturity, make some now?


1—We live in many different calendars simultaneously. We sense that it’s a certain time distance to the next town celebration, or national holiday.  We are in a certain part of work or marketing/business schedule. It’s Martyrs’ tide, or Season of the Church, or Epiphany, or Christmas Season of the Church Year. It’s back to school, or first day of school, or second semester. It’s a certain day of the week, or month of the year, or numbered year.
2—Similarly, we may be under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, or the laws of various other civil government jurisdictions—town, counties, states or provinces, nations… It’s not panarchy or what I read in Berman about students at medieval universities from various territorial areas organizing their own law systems in ‘nations’.
3—But, there is a larger calendrical space, an n-dimensionality, or, as I say now, an M-dimensionality, a Maturity-dimensionality, similar to where the tribes live whom we must find, define, disciple into respective sociological groups of peace (explicit reconciliation of opposites…or of dimensions). As grammar is the self-consciousness of language, and logic is the self-consciousness of thinking (ERH, ‘In Defense of the Grammmatical Method), rhetoric is the self-consciousness of bonding.

4—These are resondeos. And self-conscousnesses of respondeos.  Taking something and multiplying it by itself, aplyingit to itself, exponentially, as the square of 5 is 25, or 7 is 49…343, 2401… .
5—So too, the retuning by circle of fifths shown (JBJ Commentary) in Revelation 5:12-7:12, from listing the attributes of Christ in 12334567, in the former, and then 4152637 (2 and 3 vary?) calls out for a response, since this is Ascension pictured, and yes! We are between the 4th Day and 7th Day, but yes, Pentecost is a Day, A. D. 70 is a Day, Resurrection is called the Eighth Day…
6—Thus, as all the times mutually indwell—Tribal community celebrations, Empire work and business schedules, Israel as the eternal ecclesiastical calendar, and Greece as the educational calendar, to start—and as these times are derived from speech, for speech makes times—And God said—then 1234567 and 4252637 (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday…), and 8531642 (K.O.L.YMMM!!, and SardisYMMM!!) similarly can be peaceful in M-dimensionality. They can be opposites, other dimensions in an n-dimensional social world, explicitly reconciled as we grow up to it.
7—We await.  As 8-2 is great prophetic theater for this age, especially with Body Pianoforte Theology in action, yet in 4 iterations it return to its beginning. Myss holds that certain parts of the body are correlated with Roman Catholic sacraments. These arose for times in one’s life, crucial one one could pun.

Introduction to a poem by a poiema.
As Ansgar went north to bring in the tribes, let’s analogously find the tribes in an unflat sociological world, an n-dimensional one, a maturity-dimensioned one. The tribes travel in it as jets of air changed the cubical medium for growing penicillin mold from that of a flat surface to that of one with many surfaces for growing more.
After we find them—corporations, NGOs, scientists (Snow (?) and ‘scientist’ word coined/invented/vented in @ 1834), novelists (Tom Jones time?), other vocations (choose-able @ Reformation), artists-accountants-counterpointists (all around the same time)—we should do as the church did, and add the language of the church to their early (let’s say) language, to form a peaceful group.  As the tribal language and the language of the church became French for France, and English for England, so we do analogously. What is this church language now, as Latin was then? What is the language for each respective tribe, and the frons of In, Out, Forward, Back? ERH.
And we should do the same with calendars, echoes and remnants and glorifications of earlier speech.
The whole thing is online here:
This was inspired by the phrase ‘The Future of Protestantism’ and the work of giants, and more recently the beginning of my reading of ‘Inquietude’ and the beauty of The Book reflected a

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Economic Problems?

Dear _____:

You wrote:
‘JDD says:

1. The stock market will fall 50%
2. The real estate market will fall 40%
3. Savings accounts will lose 30% of their value
4. Unemployment will triple

I am not entirely sure what to think of this, especially since I have not lived in the US since 1981 and do not really know the on-the-ground reality of the American market and society.

But I know that if America gets a cold, Japan will get pneumonia.

Does anyone have an opinion?’
[JDD is Dale Davidson.]

I waited for other, wiser ones to reply.
Little was forthcoming.
I think this is an important question.  Perhaps one should do a Symphony on it!?
I will number my comments.
1—What has happened in other down economic times in the past?
In general, since @ 1700 we have had 2% growth in world total economy per year.  This is astonishing. (I follow North here). McCloskey, in ‘Bourgeois Dignity’ credits this to the economic and rhetorical support given to traders and innovators, in an environment of prudence, temperance, justice, courage, faith, hope, and charity.
To start to answer 1--, I would say that in some areas and times of raid change, the church grows. Seoul has been in rapid change, and yet has more Ph.Ds per capita than any other place in the world, and Pastor Cho had a church of 800,000, with 24,000 small groups.
Also, Africa has been rapidly urbanizing, and in the last century, Christians have become 46% of the population, rather than 10%. Jenkins attributes this to the search for the tribal village in the city, the church being the new one.
2—Wesley, some say, in the reason England had an Industrial Revolution. Lack of a Wesley, they also say, is why the French had a different kind of revolution. Combine 1—and 2—and some actions are indicated.
3—Any system set up against the Trinity will be struck down.  We pray that: ‘Thy kingdom come’. We also pray—we should pray this in a litany—1 Timothy 2: 1-4.  This is basically that the civil authorities leave us in peace to do our work.  Thus, concentration on one’s calling, and that of each congregation member would seem to be indicated.
4—Now, several say that this is the greatest time of revival in the history of the church. David Field, David Watson (of 80,000 churches in 15 years), Jenkins maybe, North in ‘Beating the State,’ etc.  A good task would be a booklet entitled something like ‘What We’ve Learned and Lost in 18 Centuries—and What’s Left to Do’. 12 of each could be listed.  These 3rd Century Christians, without paid pastors or buildings, are going to go through things ‘we’ve’ been through.
5—Another nike (sic, conquering) thing would be this: How about a life work of 'Comedic Construction,' that is, if Deep Comedy ends in marriage, then it could be that the 'joykes'--jokes that bring great joy--in the Bible are the forming of which, in response to which, we are to build.  Find a culture's jokes, find how to disciple it... . I am not kidding. One likes 'I brought my own bananas,' another likes/joys in 'An officer shall always be attired appropriately for the sport in which the officer is engaged'. And good sermons resonate with The Great Joyke  of Providence, and Romans 8:28, etc. Bledsoe has a great joyke point in his 'Alinsky' book--demonstrates presuppositionalism, a short history of thought--that the 'judgers' are judged by how they judge. 
Not 'study,' or 'analysis,' but the filling of forming. Construction. Response. Respondeo etsi mutabor.
6—There’s Luther’s Thesis 94, of course.
7—One final point about JDD. He wrote somewhere, sometime, that nothing was going to come out of the ‘dusty ghost towns of western Iowa’. But Opus 3 was done in Guthrie Center, which would definitely be one. Perhaps ‘in season and out’ is more appropriate.
Love in King Jesus,
Charlie ‘TwentySix Four’ Hartman
PS: Barzun’s ‘Dawn to Decadence,’ especially the epilog, and Creveld’s ‘Rise and Decline of the State’ are worth perusing.

PPS: More on these all if you want.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Others should post before I finalize this.

Note to self--Comedic Construction and Learned, Lost, and Left To Do. Work on it after suitable time.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Joyke = A joke that brings great joy. First Peter

Important coining of a word: 'Joyke' = a joke that brings great joy.  Study a culture so as to know her joykes, bring her in, Matthew 28.

Ideas For Action: First Peter. 1--The tribes should be players in The Symphony Of History. One can pretend. 2--Of course, First Peter 2:9. 3--Bledsoe's 'Can Saul Alinksy Be Saved' is worth re-reading, and re-re-reading.  It's a presuppositional argument. 4--Joyke--a joke that brings joy.  A comedic construction from the Bible would take instances of jokes, and find what situations today might be similar.  Psalm 2.  Turning the tables. Etc. 5--similarly, a house-building construction from... . As Bull has written, he shows forming, we are to do filling. 6--How my calling is not what I do to make a living, since we live in Abundance, the book. 7--I might start a pamphlet aimed at the greatest revival in Christian history, the 3rd Century Christians in the 3rd world.  It would list what we've learned and lost in 18 centuries, and some of what's left to do.  Love in King Jesus,  Charlie 'TwentySix Four' Hartman (Proverbs)

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Additional 1st Peter--My Calling?

Dear ______:

Again, thanks for your gentleness. I make many mistakes.
Now, as to my calling. I think it’s very, very important.  It reminds me of when, reportedly, the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright was called to testify in a trial as an expert.  The lawyer asked him if he was the greatest architect in the world.  Wright replied: ‘Since I’m under oath I must tell the truth, and the answer to your question is ‘Yes’.  I am the greatest architect in the world’.
I, Charles Howard Hartman am only claiming that my work is very, very important.  I list some reasons and do some summarizing below, and add links.

My basic argument follows.
This 49-books thing, The Jubilee Matrix Bible, is a way of filling what has been formed.  See 153Culture below.  I’m doing it now as I narrowmy focus, having done the other 4. Imperative: The Symphony Of Comprehensive History Interactive (TSOCHI), Subjective: How To Make Your Communities Better, Narrative: Calendar Of Peace Prejected/House Of Singing Times, Objective: 153Culture, Planetary Service: Godparents For Eldsters—and, this whole 5 is a GFE for the whole society.
Second, culmination and spread of the benefits of the Revolutions of the West to the whole planet.
Third, liturgy as the base, oriented toward The Heavens Above.  Then I claim that the scientific method is the process of the liturgy, analogously applied to The Waters Under The Earth.  So, TSOCHI, and the 5, are both, on different levels, applied analogously  to The Earth Beneath, people made of dust
Fourth, I claim TSOCHI to be the art form of the next era of history that we sing into being using it, a self-consciousness analogous to having raised others from the dead, and raising Himself (nuances!).
Fifth, this community built is mutual indwelling.
Sixth, with Dr. Seeman, working with Dr. Myss’ ‘Anatomy of the Spirit,’ and Dr. Jordan’s claim that between Revelation 5:12 and 7:12 the universe is retuned by circle of fifths, we have the prophetic theater of the aga, the sequences 8531642, from 4152637 (with adjustments similar to how 1234567 in Rev. 5:12 became 4152637 in 7:12, and incidentally how the days of the week eventually came to be—I now name them after churches in Revelation, generally).
Seventh: This shows a Proverbs 26:4 strategy.  I take the Bible seriously, as book written into a certain time and place, for a purpose, and apply these BOOKS as brick, bookbricks, with which to build a Christian Civilization of Peace.  Peace is the explicit reconciliation of opposites, and I now ask, ‘How did this book produce peace then, such that the principle of that can be applied now and in the future?’.
8th: Since Christ is our Jubilee, and pronounced it, and all things cohere in Him, how do we incarnate, following something such as ERH said in another Dartmouth class?
If you
ever in your life had a bright idea, or a new instinct, or a
new change of heart,
Sir, make this the cornerstone of your understanding
of the universe and you
will understand that the universe begins with creation. And
it ends in incarnation, because that's the experience of every potent and creative
man in the world.
But you look outside and try to deduce by your little brain,
not by your experience of your heart how the world begins, and how it should be
run. You'll never
solve it, gentlemen. You'll remain a selfish, inarticulate
animal. If the spirit moves
you, you will see how simple
things are, gentlemen. Love begins, and hope
keeps you going, and faith. And in the end, your grandchildren
will bless you.

9th: If history moves from high (Heavens, liturgy), to low (Waters Under, scientific method), to middle (Earth Beneath, symphony), we have a psalm tone of history!  That is no small claim.
10th: As I worked through the books so far, I realized that in a way similar to how The Twelve (minor prophets) were retuned—arranged not chronologically but theologically—so were epistles such as Titus retuned, see Bullinger. I call these Great Unknown Tunes. Gut, nicht war?!
11TH:  I’ve been left alone to develop this.  If I’d been made to go public earlier, this growth might have been stunted.
12th:  As penicillin was made more rapidly in WWII by the injection of oxygen into the cube form, this making more surfaces on which it could grow, we liturgy-ize each other in The Symphony. I’m and exponent of this exponentializing.
13th: As we explore Near Death Experiences, we will apply the 8-2 liturgy.  It’s good to apply the form of the liturgy to all our problems. How? God has Called us in.  We Confess that we are not able to handle it, but are reassured, so we study the literature and exegete some things (like sermon), then we test out possibilities and are reassured (‘don’t eat unworthily, assurance in Supper), and act—‘Go, you are sent’.
14th: The Calendar of Peace is Prejected.  It’s as if it came from the future, showing  ERH’s dictum that the  past and the future create the present.
15th: Don’t forget the poem ‘Herovolution’ that I composed during this time in the wilderness. There’s more at this link—the first few lines are here below:
I believe Herovolution. God lovingly drags us into His future, changing us.
As we are chosen to be torn in the present between the future and the past, between in and out, our howl becomes music, and we the singing song.
(Faintly: Rests—absences—are as important as notes—presences.)
"Come, let us return to the LORD; for he has torn us, that he may heal us; he has struck us down, and he will bind us up" (Hos. 6:1), and John 6: 44No man can come to me, except the Father which hath senHt me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day.

A hero is the man between times, the First Sufferer, the Protagonist. He Explicitly Reconciles Opposites.
16th: Rosenstock claims that Ancient Israel and The New Israel both conquered astrological/astronomical empires by worshiping one day in 7, in effect saying by that practice that The One True God (nowTrinity) made all those stars and planets and gods thereof that the empires worshiped, and that The One True God, Creator, should be worshiped. Thus, now K.O.L.YMMM!!, SardisYMMM!!, PergamosYMMM!!, etc. 8531642 of people, the formed churches of Revelation, including Jerusalem. I think I explain that here: (The whole 7x7, or is it 7x8 grid appears when one copies and pastes)
17th: I do claim that the holiday MaeDay80may have had something to do with Pella Regional Health Center contracting the operation of old age care to the Arminians of Wesley Life, though it would be difficult to prove it
18th: The Filling of the 7x7 Jubilee Matrix Bible is like hearkening to the Shema, I claim. Respondeo etsi mutabor, Rosenstock claimed was the next phrase after ‘Credo ut intelligam,’ and ‘Cogito ergo sum’. I must respond though I will be changed. I believe in order to understand. I think, therefore I am.

Now, in regard to my calling. I think that the Abundance (the book) that we have now makes it possible to be a good postal worker AND to have a calling also.
I look at it is similar to the ‘ora et labor’ of the monks.  Mine would be ‘work and think’.  Some say ‘zu denken ist zu danken,’ that is, ‘to think is to thank,’ and so I work and pray in gratitude by working on my Big Project of spreading the results of the Revolutions of the West to the whole planet, probably through an app, by having a revolution in 5 steps analogously to Rosenstock’s, as summarized in Gardner’s ‘Beyond Belief,’ and also in my summary of his summary, here:
The key imperative thing that I just thought of tonight as I was thinking of what to write is that in The Symphony of Comprehensive History Interactive, which is very punny, Symphony of Chi, first letter in Greek of Christ, etc. is that, while I had be ‘one andmany’ing individuals, Rosenstock had said in Universal History 1954 (Dartmouth course) that the way to glorify the tribes in this neo-tribal era upcoming, was to keep the small enthusiastic groups, but get rid of the perpetual warfare of the tribes.
I attempt to accomplish this by having them ‘leitourgeia’ize one another. Each takes his own, the others, and the whole group through the Symphony/Revolution process.  Here it is in an individual form, first of two: (First, a link to the better summary of June 24, which includes the Fill-In-The-Blanks version

I think this is enough to indicate that the above is ‘the most important thing I can do at which I am most difficult to replace,’ but I don’t have to be 100% right about everything all the time anymore.’
I need help.
I await.

Love in King Jesus,
Charlie TwentySixFour’ Hartman (Proverbs)
PergamoxYMMM!!, First Peter Sheba, PhiladelphiaCORAM861

Tuesday, August 04, Anno Domini 2015

Monday, August 3, 2015

First Peter

First Peter week in Building A Civilization of Peace. What is the call, the key, the AHA! of this book, and how can it be best used, the call, the key, the AHA! as the first of a 5-step sequence upon which to build ?