Family Intellectual Property🗽

All right, here we go. What are we going to talk about? Today Today today? What are the words we want to talk about? What other words we want to say? You know? Family family family. Family story family history, family legacy advisor family Incorporated. Shout outs TV legs, Stevie legler (and his podcast) What are what I’m Steve. I’m HMS BMS. (To be continued)

We the best earn for your fam. Shout out Thailand. 5% 5% send it back. At least 5% right 5% of mom 5% of dad and their families, something like that. love their families. They’re your families now like they’ve handed down, family gets handed down. The cousin of my cousin is my cousin. Okay, cousin is a is a cooler word. Suppose it’s an easier word to say in some circles, in some languages, certainly in English. The member of my member is my member, family members, to my to my beloved family members, to all of the family members. I am yet to meet That’s, that’s for real, there’s probably there’s probably 100 or more, I only think I’ve met 100 So, the bigger picture family bigger picture perspective, the macro lens versus the micro lens you know all this good stuff. Family is on the you know, top of the mind to your top of the mind to you this morning and then additions to the family like when you when you ask somebody if they want to get married for instance, then you’re you’re basically inviting them into your family. So that’s that’s kind of the big picture and whether family are not it does depend whether they are alive or not alive and what kind of memories, traumas, tragedies and of course, the highlights as well the positive memories as well, but the childhood Post Traumatic Stress is a real thing. And everyone has it. So, to experience loss, it’s not actually all of that physical loss is like a parent. You know, looking at you and treating you with, with either love or not love and that’s conditioned or unconditioned. Unconditional versus conditional conditional love is not love. So that word is being you know that word is really is really damaging to the to the world, you know, because people are saying it a lot. Whenever someone talks about love, it’s a lot of the times they’re just asking you to love them and to love your family unconditionally. But how you love your family unconditionally when they don’t love you unconditionally. They love you unconditionally. They love you with a caveat or catch. The love catch. The if the if then the exchange, the conditional exchange the giving of a gift with the intention with with the mother of receipt of receiving a gift in return. This is why the holidays can be you know, Christmas can be so conflict oriented because it’s this friction of, of expectation and attachment. And now we’re back to the yin and the yang. The giving and the taking the fairness of exchange in theory, and now we’re now we’re talking about capitalism, which, again is based in theory on on a fair exchange. I have you know, I have a bunch of floss and you have a bunch of toothbrush, toothbrushes and toothpaste so we get like We work together here right? to collaborate to create, maybe we can create something new out of it as well. So you do have this competition that’s ever lasting in the modern Western world, and it is ever present and omnipotent in sports entertainment, which is what a lot of us Americans grow up doing, as well as watching. So, but this is very, this is very it’s very divisive. Sports is very, very divisive. For a community For family, you know, in the same way that wars divisive in the very least. So, you know, it’s it’s kind of fun when your whole city when when your whole city comes together to fight another city in sports. And I think that’s where we get our love for sports because it’s really about bringing the city together. So the family, the the whole population of the city acts like a family. And they either win or they lose and they experience all this emotion but we do it together. And that’s, that’s great for you and I but the moment it starts to divide our cities and our communities and our families and ourselves, you know, that’s when it becomes something pletely different. So we’re thinking a lot about family today because it’s just, yeah and ultimate tragedy that most of our families are emotionally, psychologically, physically, financially, environmentally frozen and isolated. It’s family isolationism. And it, it helps the economy in a way. Because then we’re just a bunch of consumers. If we’re divided, we’re not collaborating and creating new new things and new ideas and new ways of being and coexisting and appreciating and experiencing and experimenting and expressing life. You know, so that that takes, you know, recognizing and being aware of the divisive nature of American. And this is global. But this is this this really kind of stems from American competition. And you know, it’s it’s a capitalistic model. You know, for every winner there must be a loser. It’s a zero sum game. And that is, you know, because of this divide between because of this hot hierarchy, you have this hierarchy and families that’s very similar to the hierarchy in corporations. You have, you know, the the owners, and the and the, and the investors and the Board of Directors and the CEOs and then This whole ladder of employees. And then finally at the very bottom, you have the consumers, it’s very aggressive, and condescending, you know, to treat to not listen to your consumers and then just to keep putting out products that they buy, because, you know, we’re so empty and lots of different ways that you know, shopping is like one of the ways we escaped ourselves and our families and our lack of family and our lack of community and our lack of city, state, region, coast, country, continent, hemisphere planet, you know, galaxy, you know, universe, universe, you know, so, That’s our talk meditation for today. We’re doing our meditational speaking. That’s the idea that you create a brain vibration for yourself. And I think that’s why we’re doing this in the shower currently, and freestyling it because you got to kind of do it with the right energy and you got to do it with privacy. You know, and as much as we want these private moments and to create something that is not inauthentic, we must do it privately. And then when we’re doing it publicly, we can’t be pointing cameras like guns at people. You know? Like it’s emotionally insensitive, it’s emotionally immature to get out your phone. I mean, we have Do it. There’s no doubt about it to record the injustice and the inequality. Because this is evidence, this is hard evidence. But now we’re starting to just record each other and pretend like it’s not a big, big deal and pretend that when, you know, we’re just not appreciating what happens to the emotional, psychological, mental, physical, environmental landscape, what happens to that whole mental and physical landscape. When you get out your phone, and you hit record, and you record them, like it would, it would be a lot. The other it would be a lot easier and more sensitive and more effective as journalists and filmmakers And creators and artists and activists to get out your phone and have it on selfie mode and have your phone because it’s all about how you point your phone. So if you’re pointing your phone if you’re just holding your phone phone normally and let’s say you have it on selfie mode, you can record very quietly and describe the situation or ask the questions you want to ask or you know request that something happens Hey, can you were inside. You know this store Can you put on your mask like the stores asks us to and you do that while recording yourself. It reminds us of the of the young lady who recorded herself in selfie mode. A Conversation Really it was a debate or it was more like a fight with her parents and her parents were, you know, they didn’t know they were being recorded. And there’s, you know, there’s just I mean, it’s obvious how valuable this is. Hayley, I think that was her name because there was a response video. That was also you know, in its own way it was a response video I remember her name Okay, so anyway, she did that. And outside of you know what, that that video is an interesting watch because you know, you do get these parents and these parents are afraid of their community. And they’re honest about it, and it is very racially charged. But just imagine if some of these videos that we’re seeing and you can wear your mask. You know, the person behind the camera who is asking someone to wear their mask is wearing a mask. Ask so you don’t have to worry about the selfie mode. Doing a selfie and showing your face you can do it anonymously now. So long story short, you get out your phone, you record in selfie mode this is before we have, you know glasses that record quietly and record the real life that’s going on around you through your eyes very intimately the camera that saved the world. Until then, get out your phone and start telling your story and do it you know with a wink with a little wink. Okay, and that wink is just I’m recording and you don’t know it. You’re not gonna tell them that but you’re recording yourself with your mass. We’re in like, Why will you put on your mask when we’re in this store? Say the stores name and it’s on the it was the sign outside. Why don’t you wear the mask, you’re not protecting me you’re not protecting your, your elders. And then if things get out of hand, you’re ready to hit that button that flips the selfie, turns it around and starts recording violence if it gets to that, but you have to understand that when you start recording somebody and pointing your phone at them, it is the most aggressive thing you could do. Outside of pointing a gun, it’s the same thing. You’re literally holding a technology, the gun the firearm is a technology and you’re pointing it at somebody. And that’s you’re going to you’re going to agitate them, you’re going to antagonize them. And so you know, in the in the spirit of telling the whole story, started out. Do it quietly with a wink. They don’t have to know You’re filming. And then if you need to film it, you film it. And then at the very end, if you need to get their face, you feel like, that’s a big part of their story is like getting their face. Maybe they admit to some, you know, crime, they confess to some crime, you got to get their face, you know, and then the face gets the name. Like if this person needs to be checked out by the police in an interrogation room, we’re not going to call the police on them, because the police are going to just show up with their awful training. You know, their micro and medium and macro soup to super aggressive and super fearful, full of fear training, and they’re gonna show up and they’re gonna start killing people and then blame us. All right, so we as the civilians, got to come together real quick and realize emotionally, psychologically, mentally, what we’re doing when we get out our phones and point them at people. Alright, So we wrap this you know, let’s get back. Let’s get these glasses out. I mean, point of view camera glasses, look it up. You can also visit I guess in the future it’s going to be a Go Fund we campaign 100 eyes or 100 hands, we’re not sure. But like when you’re wearing this camera and it’s a normal pair of glasses. Nobody knows that you’re filming. One. Nobody knows you’re filming so you’re not going to piss people off. And to and you’re a journalist now you have to understand whenever you film anything, whenever you record anything now you are journalists, like read up on some journalism, you know, like appreciation for your subjects, because you don’t last thing you want to do is piss off your subjects. And the second thing is that you don’t have to hold anything in your hands so that if anything happens, you can use your hands to help either yourself or to help others. Okay, and that’s, that’s good, that’s nice when your hands are, don’t have a camera and don’t have a curse, whatever, keeping your hands free to interact and engage and help yourself or help others. Shout out to Maya Angelou, who said, as you grow older, you’ll realize that you have two hands. One for helping yourself and one for helping others. Also shout out to Mr. Rogers. Because he always said his mom always said, you know, no matter what the tragedy no matter what’s happening, quote, always look for the helpers. So we got to turn our hands into helping hands. All right, hands that are full of cameras, hands that are full of notepads or iPads, or whatever. Are weapons. They’re not they’re not useful anymore. These hands, they gotta be empty. They gotta be ready to give a hug where it needs a hug. Or to you know, I like if you’re punching you might as well punch while backing up, like Mohammed Ali did. You know he perfected the punch while moving backwards. And that’s an obvious self defense. If someone is in your space and you go and they come at you and they probably throw the first punch, you move backwards and you throw a defensive hook or jab. No, it’s a job. It’s a job. All right, so I said we out that was going to talk meditation for today. We hope it wasn’t too loud. I feel like we’re shouting a little bit because we’re talking over the water and the music. But yeah, we’ll transcribe this and do something with a maybe this is the GoFundMe page. I don’t know. It always is family made. It always is family funded at the end of the day. You are family funded? The question is is do they know the full story of where you’re at, and how poorly you’re doing. And we’re doing very poorly, just as a lot of people around the world. I mean, the majority of the people out there are doing poorly. And if we barricaded ourselves and fortified ourselves with our capital with our financial resource, then we can’t see how poorly others are doing. And if we walked by them in the street, we just throw them some scraps, you know. But yeah, I mean, it’s all you can’t, can’t you can’t really blame or judge because anything happened this world so you kind of need some backups. You can have a medical emergency, you can have a financial emergency. You can have a business emergency. You can have a family emergency. See, you can have all these emergent says for emergencies. So you gotta be ready for that. And also, you know, to move around and to see the world and to open up your eyes through other experiences to create art is not cheap. So you got to have an art budget that sort of sustains itself. You know, that’s why family funded, you know, comes from family relief, which comes from a family grant, which comes from a family foundation. So you’re always handing down to your cousins and your cousins of your cousins and the cousins of your cousins. It’s all your family members. They’re all your family members inside and being open to, you know, setting aside some time to finding the rest of your family because no matter who you are, you got more family out there. You just got to dig. You just got to dig maybe dig a beautiful with a beautiful shovel. That’s, that’s briefly Read lately translated as a tion like Dunker Shang Thank you very much. In German, Shen is beautiful. And pick you know like an axe like a shovel. Pig so you got to so in order to dig beautifully, you’ve got to use a beautiful shovel okay and that’s like your you know your your gentle mind and your gentle hands, your soft your softness, you know look on the soft side of life get in touch with your soft side that’s all that’s all for today. We went we went over the allotted time but Phuket peace peace in the Middle East your mind in time. There is no me only we and we are the world. However, if there’s an eye then there’s a you and I love you forever. Ciao. FUN☆POV

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