As a woman who has come from a long life struggle to have a voice or freedom of choice only to live what it’s called a normal life and also as a spiritualist I find the topic of human right very interesting.
Since the 18th century we have gone through four industrial revolutions, the first revolution was steam powered factories, the second revolution was the use of science in mass production, third revolution was digitisation and computer and now we are passing through fourth revolution, the artificial intelligence and genome editing.

Science and technology are advancing on an astronomical speed breaking through many solid laws of Newtonian physics and others yet we are still struggling to accept the fact that we human are all equal and that we all have the same rights. According to Professor Michio Kaku, a physicist and the co-founder of string theory, soon enough our decedents will not only have biological perfection but also digital immortality, fusion power will be utilised, brain net will replace internet, brain chips can send and receive not only information but also memory and emotions which will have a great impact on the future of our health care industry. Alzheimer’s patients can receive and download lost memories and depressed patients can download positive empowering emotions that can help them live a better life and perhaps saving many from committing suicide. Perhaps we will be able to make planet Mars our second home and traveling to the moon for the honey moon will be a norm.

With all these great scientific and technological advancements one would imagine that we would have also moved beyond our social, cultural and religious prejudices and evolved into a more unified loving and abundant societies. Technology is only moving forward but my question is; are we as human beings also moving forward? Are we evolving beyond our restrictive believes, cultural, social, religious, structures and limitations? Will be any revolution for human consciousness? or we would still be stuck in the past.

We all know that human right day is celebrated across the planet at least for some decades on the 10th of December and in South Africa on the 21st of March. Many people have lost their lives to bring justice and equality around the world and also in South Africa.

In Wikipedia we find: “The Sharpeville massacre was an event which occurred on 21 March 1960, at the police station in the South African township of Sharpeville in Transvaal (today part of Gauteng). After a day of demonstrations against pass laws, a crowd of about 5,000 to 7,000 protesters went to the police station. The South African Police opened fire on the crowd, killing 69 people and injuring 180 others. Sources disagree as to the behaviour of the crowd; some state that the crowd was peaceful, while others state that the crowd had been hurling stones at the police, and that the shooting started when the crowd started advancing toward the fence around the police station. There were 249 casualties in total, including 29 children. Many sustained back injuries from being shot as they fled.”

Yes, South Africa has now the privilege of being free from radical racism and for sure we need to celebrate human right day day every year to remember and to honour the people who sacrificed their lives for us to enjoy the freedom we have in this country today. But does that mean our responsibility to look out for other fellow human beings around and outside our country is over? Can we just put our feet up and watch our favourite tv show and listen to our music radio and ignore what’s going on around us in the world? I don’t think so. The truth is that many people around the world still fighting for this primary birth right.

Many countries around the world to date are still suffering from war, civil or otherwise such as Somali civil war, Syria civil war, Ethnic violence South Sudan, Yemen civil war, Palestine conflict, Iraq conflict, Afghanistan conflict.

Beyond what has been mentioned above in Somalia still girls get circumcised, an un-humane act that has been carried practicing for centuries. in many countries underage girls are still given away and married to men many decades older than them. Children of work, human trafficking and Racism still an underlying issue in many countries. Gangsterism and violent still been practiced in many countries including South Africa. Mass shootings still taking place and the latest one in New Zealand is an example.

My questions are:

Where are we all standing in this?

When are we going to learn and evolve beyond the stage of division?

What is our responsibility as a human being towards other fellow human beings in this day and time?

Is there any cure to these social diseases?

Any pill pharmaceutical companies can manufacture? or any microchip Silicon Valley can develop to help us evolve?

Maybe I don’t have answers to all these questions but I know certain things for sure. I know that we only have one home called earth. The one we all live on and eat from and all breath the same air from its atmosphere, the very earth that we are busy destroying. Maybe if instead of all the TV and radio stations dedicated to socially accepted junk, only some would dedicate time for better educating our people to promote unity and equality maybe if we invested a bit of more time on activities as expressing social kindness then we would have more compassionate unified nation and world.

We don’t need a scientist to tell us that we all have the same primal needs to survive and that the first and most important need is love.

After all its great for our government to have a name on a day and call it a human rights day but it would be even greater to put effort, to support and to encourage our nation to practice the daily act of kindness towards self, others, animals or nature. To have non-academic tv or radio programs that promotes quality living and actions of goodness. I personally think it’s the responsibility of each and every one of us to do something worthwhile not only to remind ourselves of the very existence of the human rights but also to teach our children the very importance of treating the world around with respect and humility, to celebrate human right, animal right, planet right and to live in unity, equality, harmony, peace and hopefully total balance.


Just as there are millions of Gyms and health clubs, millions of books on healthy life style and diets or on the topics of losing weight available in the market but still there are millions of overweight people on the planet, there are also thousands of videos made or books and articles written on the topic about positive thinking and yet majority of us walking around entangled in our minds thinking mainly negative about ourselves, our daily experience, lacks, needs, wants and so on. Every channel on radio and TV exaggerates the negative environmental elements such as road accidents, criminal activities, war, terrorism, hunger, poverty, obesity, incurable diseases and so on.

Despite all that has been said and written in the past about this topic, in my mind power of positive thinking is still one of the most fundamental truth remaining misunderstood by many people throughout history.

To answer this question in a simple, logical way I have used some examples to help grasp this primary truth. May this note help you to create a more joyful, productive, energetic, meaningful and even more purposeful life.

Everything that has ever been created in the history of mankind has been first a thought. every architecture, every design, every invention every poem or a book that has ever been written was inspired or started by a thought process and more often rooted in not a positive experience but by a catastrophic event, natural disaster, loss of a loved one or loved ones, divorce, bankruptcy and so on. Most often from the depth of despair comes an inspiring choice that gives birth to an idea, a thought that allows to turn that painful event into a more positive creation, a glorious artistic foot print, commitment worthy of a noble peace prize or a historical event such as revolution. almost every single time behind a breakthrough discovery or invention there is some life challenges, traumatic experiences, pain or suffering and also the need, the need to elevate pain, to make a difference, to have a better life, and that’s not only for the discoverers, creators or the inventors themselves but also for others around.

We all know about Thomas Edison’s learning difficulty at school which lead his mother to home school him. The Wikipedia says: “Thomas Alva Edison, inventor of electric power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and motion pictures.
His inventions, which include the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb, had a widespread impact on the modern industrialized world. He was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production and teamwork to the process of invention, working with many researchers and employees. He is often credited with establishing the first industrial research laboratory.”

Alexander Graham bell, who was badly affected by his mother’s gradual deafness at the age 12 used his pain in order to create one of the most important inventions in history, the first practical telephone.

Nelson Mandela is one of the most legendary examples for us. His pain and suffering in years of prison never became the excuse for him to fall or to give up. He well knew the purpose of the game, his mission statement in life. He turned his imprisonment, his pain and suffering into a clear focused choice for his actions to work towards creating a more beautiful, Brighter future for his nation despite their differences in race, gender or religious believe. In order for them to live next to each other in equality, harmony and peace. His great vision allowed him to access his god given potential for being a great leader even in the parameters of his small cell. He committed himself to work on his dream regardless of time and space, his decision to look beyond his pain and to devote himself to his freedom project carried him through 27 years of imprisonment. later his vision came alive as a grand revolution that took place in South Africa. the movement which touched the mind and hearts of millions of people around the world in support of his grand breaking vision. The result allowed people in south Africa to enjoy their natural birth right freedom, equality and peaceful living next to each other. the list of examples can go on from well-known people to an ordinary man and woman living anonymously amongst us in our own family or community. People whom we love to have around and love to be around as they help us feel better, they inspire us to be better, to have a more optimistic view towards life, to have faith, to trust, to give, to be kind, to be content, to smile to dream, to dance and simply to be the person who we meant to be.

Here are some simple things we all can do that cost no money in order to create a meaningful and positive result. We all have stories of pain, difficulty, challenges, be it physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually. We all felt betrayed, cheated or robbed at times by people closest to us. The lesson for all of us is to feel the pain and to accept the experience as a part of our life, this doesn’t mean to agree with what the perpetrators done or to deny the shame, pain or loss. No! I simply ask to see the experience as it has been and not make it worse than what was and more importantly not to be imprisoned by it, not to be defined by or to be labelled by it, not to stay depressed, paralysed, angry, sad, bitter, broke, old, fat, hopeless, miserable, sick and so on. It’s easy to fall victim but it’s also costly. If we stay victim and blame others for our loss or our pain, then we create and attract more of pain and suffering for ourselves and others around us. We will allow every experience to become a bottomless pit hole of negativity, and one day at a time, ultimately we will lose our lives to it.

Positive thinking is one of the most valuable tools that is abundantly available, in our reach and free. It’s a fundamental building block we can use to put us on the right path to the realisation of our dreams. Something which at first may seem impossible. After all Impossible has made of “I AM POSSIBLE”.

Positive thinking allows us to use our pain as a catalyst to fuel our passion to search and to explore our human potentials to grow, to create, to become who we meant to be, to unleash our infinite god-power within us.

1) Be honest with yourself about where you are in life now
2) Think positive about the outcome, about whatever you want to see happen or change in your life
3) create a positive vision accompanied with a positive affirmation incantation
4) add commitment to take several small actions every day and make it a daily ritual
5) be patience and have trust in the process
6) enjoy the changes which will follow

this is one of the very simple yet powerful strategies we can use to make our dream a reality. Once we ignite that energy within us we will create a coherent state of body, mind, soul aligned with our purpose which then propels universe to bring about change, events, situations and people who will be supportive of us or our ideas and mission and soon victory to follow.

Why don’t you try and see for yourself?

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