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RT @ShephaliBhatt
Wrote about how in an unintended consequence of the lockdown, India’s social media elite has taken to TikTok to combat boredom & anxiety. Until recently, they frowned upon TikTok’s content and labelled it “cringe-worthy”. Now they can't get enough of it.

tech.economictimes.indiatimes.

The greatest weapon against the darkness in the world is not force but Acts of Random kindness. It can heal the you and the world like nothing else can.

All Indians are my brothers and sisters.
We have a new generation that actually believes it. The greybeards are unable to take it and are setting all hell loose fighting a battle they will never win. You can't fight time.

We knew a huge distraction was coming to cover up the govts failure in doing its job. Here it is

Extreme insanity is often indistinguishable from quality effort to people as insane as the executioner.

RT @maliniranga
Exciting global connections: "Black, Dalit, and Sheedi Soldarities" happening now @EqualityLabs. @dalitdiva introduces the history of US empire + Black internationalism via @KeishaBlain. Conversation between @CornelWest, @BhimArmyChief, & #TanzeelaQambrani facebook.com/watch/?v=40365204

Hey Mastodon, might want to give @ideasmithy a follow.

Interesting. Keep it up.

Want an example for Stockholm syndrome?

Take a look at how the Indian public behaves with the government. Can't beat that.

few days in and no longer have the urge to open the App (used frost instead of app) when bored or distracted. The world is still screwed but dont have to read stupid explanations for it at least.

The Indian government is obsessed with relentless control because the population itself is obsessed with intrusive control of others lives. Fuck you

is a bunch of absurdity. The banks are too scared of everything and only want customers who can prove themselves to be above the average population's capacity. In return, the banks suffer and the cycle goes on.

Surveillance capitalism is the same as climate change, but for data:

- Some people have been warning about its consequences for years
- Most people don't care because they don't feel concerned, they can't see it affecting them
- A few companies are making a lot of damage with the help of governments
- When we will face the consequences it will be too late
- We can still do something about it, and the sooner the better

@SuricrasiaOnline In a world where destroying the planet is the norm, caring for the planet is the most radical thing you can do.

Been off of for about 40 hours and feels much better already. I encourage anyone looking for breathing space to move onto or any other federated services.

This is to every soul that is shaking with the last bit of light they are trying to hold on to. Resist the blinding fog.
The people we see around us, we hold them perfect and ourselves unworthy.

Love yourself from your heart.

Look at how scared we are of the future and we see how angry we are at what is around us. Its our denial that we are not scared and vulnerable that blinds us to it.

I think my sleeping situation is going to improve now. Gut feeling. I've always been a night person, but the insomnia was more like hypervigilance. Things weren't right.

Before, I could stay up for days on end, but also sleep easily the minute head hit pillow.

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For the last 3-4 months I had almost never slept more than 2-3 hours at a stretch. Like I needed to stay awake to make sure nothing went wrong further.

Yesterday I felt like things are going right and they are solid. SLEPT LIKE A LOG.

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We make the world too fearful that most who can go beyond and correct are afraid to do so. They either end up in the margins or as most people choose to run away from the system all together.

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Blaise M Crowly

I am Blaise, and this is my personal home page. I am entrepreneur, cyber security designer and an abstract poet who love to read tons every day. My major fields of interest are cyber security, entrepreneurship, design, mathematics, science, animals, privacy, feminism, new age music, native cultures, design and almost anything under the sun. Always open to having conversation with people who have something to say about. So feel free to ping me here.