August 02, 2006

 

your desperate brother

first look at this



this is where it will take place

I will have to answer 100 questions publicly

here are the first 10

help me -

here are some of the questions I will have to answer publicly in Berlin --please help me - give me answers -- ready-made answers that I can take with me -- you know how shy I am and how unconcerned I am about the affairs of mankind -- I am more concerned about the future of red radishes on this planet than the affairs of our species which should soon totally exterminate itself --

but meanwhile I committed myself to answering these questions - and that's only 10 - there are 90 more coming

help
SOS

your desperate brother

[MOINOUS]

1. When will people of this planet STOP depending on the world governments, systems, corporations (and their elected officials respectively) to have their best interests at heart, or honestly care about them?
Spydir K, Roswell, New Mexico, USA


2. If we produce enough food to feed everyone in the world, why don't we?
Amy Johnson, 32, Chicago, IL, USA


3. If any these questions are answered, how do we get the world to listen?
Benjamin McQuillan, 24, Lincoln, NE, USA


4. whart are the myths that we need to create to change the world for the better?
keith dierkx, 48, piedmont, california, USA


5. why is there so much money for war and so little to help the poor?
damien dale, 19, port elizabeth, South Africa


6. How did our sense of community develop?
Rene , 22, Hamburg, Germany


7. What kind of world are you working for?
Turil Cronburg, 37, MA, USA


8. Will childeren/youth ever be granted a voice in our society? (Seeing how quite a few of us seem to be more open minded and educated than the many closed minded adults)
Alex B., 14, Des moines, Iowa, USA


9. What connects us most?
anonymous , NY, USA


10. How is peace and moral ethic educationable or transportable in school?
anuschka haak, 42, stuttgart, Germany

you have 3 minutes to answer each question - when you hear the bell you must move on to the next question --

you may begin NOW


here are some of my tentative answers



1. When will people of this planet STOP depending on the world governments, systems, corporations (and their elected officials respectively) to have their best interests at heart, or honestly care about them?
Spydir K, Roswell, New Mexico, USA

right after the apocalypse


2. If we produce enough food to feed everyone in the world, why don't we?
Amy Johnson, 32, Chicago, IL, USA

because some people -- especially fat people -- eat more than others

3. If any these questions are answered, how do we get the world to listen?
Benjamin McQuillan, 24, Lincoln, NE, USA

somebody should climb on top of a mountain and shout the answers


4. what are the myths that we need to create to change the world for the better?
keith dierkx, 48, piedmont, california, USA

we don't need more myths - we need to demythify the world


5. why is there so much money for war and so little to help the poor?
damien dale, 19, port elizabeth, South Africa

the poor cannot afford to buy guns


6. How did our sense of community develop?
Rene , 22, Hamburg, Germany


when I fell out of train


7. What kind of world are you working for?
Turil Cronburg, 37, MA, USA

I am looking for a world on the further western part of the milky way far from this world

8. Will childeren/youth ever be granted a voice in our society? (Seeing how quite a few of us seem to be more open minded and educated than the many closed minded adults)
Alex B., 14, Des moines, Iowa, USA

it is said that children know the truth but don't trust those who say that


9. What connects us most?
anonymous , NY, USA

cellular phones

10. How is peace and moral ethic educationable or transportable in school?
anuschka haak, 42, stuttgart, Germany

inside the kids' lunch boxes


what a great occasion to exercise my happy cynicism


Comments:
Dear Raymond,

love to hear more of those answer at the site ;-)

Best,
Daniel (from the dk team)
 
4. what are the myths that we need to create to change the world for the better?
keith dierkx, 48, piedmont, california, USA

we don't need more myths - we need to demythify the world

Wikipedia has a definition - A myth is often thought to be a lesson in story form which has deep explanatory or symbolic resonance for preliterate cultures, who preserve and cherish the wisdom of their elders through oral traditions by the use of skilled story tellers.

so why don't we use the power of myth to emcourage stewardship of the world, equality among the sexes, responsibility of the fortune to the unfortune. The answer isn't de-mythifying the world which isn't likely or always desireable.

Keith Dierkx -- Piedmont, CA
 
typo -corrected

4. what are the myths that we need to create to change the world for the better?
keith dierkx, 48, piedmont, california, USA

we don't need more myths - we need to demythify the world

Wikipedia has a definition - A myth is often thought to be a lesson in story form which has deep explanatory or symbolic resonance for preliterate cultures, who preserve and cherish the wisdom of their elders through oral traditions by the use of skilled story tellers.

so why don't we use the power of myth to emcourage stewardship of the world, equality among the sexes, responsibility of the fortunate to the unfortunate. The answer isn't de-mythifying the world which isn't likely or always desireable.

Keith Dierkx -- Piedmont, CA
 
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