What would RTH do?

That is the question.

If I were in a highschool yearbook, they would vote me most likely to die of a lynch mob. That does not prevent me from opening my mouth and serving a warm hearty cup of STFU to people who deserve it. My dark scathing humor will leave no matter of existence untouched. My innocence will touch your soul.

Welcome to a warped world turned inside out and upside down. All sorts of discretion advised.

Sunday, February 14, 2010


My system feels overwhelmed and clogged. Often I find myself like Alice in Wonderland, unable to explain myself, for I am not myself. The cakes and potions may make me shrink and expand, to become tall and short, the queens and kings may wage wars and go off with my heads, the Mad Hatter and his party may create chaos, the Chesire cat may lead me in both directions - but inside within me I ought to be a constant.

This constant feel stirred and shaken virtually. There is a disturbance in the force, like Anakin Skywalker led to the dark side.

The Jedi knight shall always follow the Jedi code and ease the disturbance, find harmony with the force once again. To realign the senses and find inner Zen.

There is no emotion, there is peace: Emotion cannot take away peace. A Jedi will not let any emotions stray them from the path of righteous peace.

There is no ignorance, there is knowledge: As Master Yoda said 'Truly wonderful the mind of a child is'. A Jedi is urged to feel, not think. Knowledge can be found in the most unexpected places, even in the wondrous childlike ignorance.

There is no passion, there is serenity: Passion stirs the mind and prevents inner serenity and tranquility. The Jedi has no room for thoughts that disturb serenity.

There is no chaos, there is harmony: Life is a cycle of balance. Even in the most extreme circumstances when order falls apart into chaos, the cycle of balance is interconnected in perfect harmony.

There is no death, there is the force: One never dies, Jedi only becomes one with the force.

The Jedi use their powers to defend and protect: When there is the weak oppressed by the mighty the Jedi will always defend and protect. There is no harm in a Jedi's path, only goodwill.

The Jedi respect all life, in any form: From the mightiest beast to the most microscopic creatures, from the greatest saints to intergalactic thugs, a Jedi shall view and treat all life with respect, irrespective of the consequence.

The Jedi serve others, not rule them: A Jedi is always there to serve. A Jedi's path is of compassion and will serve all life in need, with dignity and honor.

The Jedi seek to improve themselves through knowledge and training: A Jedi trains the mind and heart, seeking wisdom and endurance each day, to wake up the next as a better knight of the force.

As great masters have said
Let there be truth between your heart and the Force. All else is transitory

When a Jedi behaves badly in public, an observer might think, 'If this Jedi is a representative of the whole Order, then plainly no Jedi is worth respect.' On meeting a second Jedi, who behaves better than the first, that same person might think, 'Does this say that half the Jedi are good, and half bad?' On meeting a third Jedi, who behaves as well as the second, the person thinks, 'Was the first Jedi an exception, then?' In this way, only by the good behavior of several Jedi can the public be certain that the poor behavior of one Jedi was unusual. Thus, it takes many Jedi to undo the mistakes of one

Learn to recognize when speed is not important. Race when being first is important; move at your own pace at all other times. It is not necessary to always strike the first blow, to provide the first solution, or to reach a goal before anyone else does. In fact, it is sometimes vital to strike the last blow, to give the final answer, or to arrive after everyone else

Do not see a lightsaber duel as a choice between winning and losing. Every duel can have many, many outcomes. When you concentrate solely on winning—in lightsaber duels as in everything else—you sully your victory. Winning becomes worse than losing. It is better to lose than to win badly. And it is always better to end a duel peacefully than to win or lose

The acceptance of others is not a guarantee. Like everyone else, a Jedi is accepted or not based on his behavior. The Jedi who believes that he is more important than others only demonstrates that his opinion is to be ignored.

And shepherds we shall be, for the force. Power hath descended forth from the force, that our feet may swiftly carry out the will of the force. So we shall flow a river forth to the force, and teeming with souls shall it ever be.

Veritas and Aequitas

I shall be away from all prejudice, judgment, and negativity.

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