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Posted on21. Mar, 2011 by Setema Gali.
“Monkey see monkey do and human beings aren’t that far behind.” T. Harv Ecker.
Have you ever seen how Africans trap monkeys.
“I can think of is the old South Indian Monkey Trap, which depends on value rigidity for its effectiveness. The trap consists of a hollowed-out coconut chained to a stake. The coconut has some rice inside which can be grabbed through a small hole. The hole is big enough so that the monkey’s hand can go in, but too small for his fist with rice in it to come out. The monkey reaches in and is suddenly trapped—by nothing more than his own value rigidity. He can’t revalue the rice. He cannot see that freedom without rice is more valuable than capture with it.”
The monkey will not let go. Whether it be bananas, beans, rice or whatever other trap is in place. If the monkey would ‘let go’ the monkey would be free.
We are trapped by our greed. We are trapped by our pride. We are trapped by our wanting to be right. We are trapped by our own misconceptions, beliefs, paradigms and learned helplessness. [...]
Posted on16. Feb, 2010 by Setema Gali.
I watched Die Hard with Bruce Willis when it first came out. It was Christmas Break and we were at the dollar theater to watch this action-packed thriller?
Have you seen Die Hard…or maybe the other movies in the series which by the way my favorite was the last one…Live Free Die Hard!
Die Hard shows how bad people took people hostage etc.
Ok this isn’t about Bruce Willis…this is about you.
Have you ever been held hostage by other people? [...]