I believe cultures resonate to the vibrations artists create and instill upon their work. Author’s words carry the weight of their focal points. This focus can help or harm the society into which their creations permeate.
As an example, a comedian stands in front of a community and pokes fun not at everyone in general but at a select group of people. The vibration moves and resonates with like seeds of prejudice harbored by his audience and grows. Soon we have ill feelings being expressed against a select group of people. Good or bad? Continue reading
“Protests the likes of those occurring in the wake of the police shooting verdict in Ferguson only serve to create the opposite of any positive ends intended. The difference between construction and destruction are vast. There are better ways than misdirected emotional reactions for the venting of one’s own ineffectiveness in creating something that is constructive. In the end, destruction only begets more destruction and a far worse state of existence for all concerned. In this case, these protests are paving a road to a more oppressive police state in our future and a lessening of those freedoms for which everyone wants.”
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books™