The word “inspire” has been greatly debauched and debased by it’s current association with the epitome of black human evil through affiliation with ISIS and their terror publications. This creeping evil now seeks to twist not only young minds through the hideous misuse of social media and the internet, but also seeks to alter the meanings of the very words that are used to bring hope to the species. It’s time to take back the word INSPIRE and put it in it’s rightful place again, as the hopeful epitome of of how we respond when we see the very best of ourselves reflected back to us, often born as an exceptional young person, genetically gifted, capable of doing remarkably wonderful and truly good things which can affect humanity’s future in a decidedly positive fashion. If we employ our own media to fight to save our most precious ideas, concepts, even our most cherished words and gifted young people, then we will deserve the awful outcomes of such neglect which will ensue over time.
“It’s time to take back the word INSPIRE and put it in it’s rightful place again, as the hopeful epitome of how we respond when we see the very best of ourselves reflected back to us, often born as an exceptional young person, genetically gifted, capable of doing remarkably wonderful and truly good things which can affect humanity’s future in a decidedly positive fashion.”
American news media outlets like CNN routinely choose to focus on the lowest common denominator in human society, broadcasting what is most salacious, dramatic, extreme or bloody for days on end, beating the dismal moment of human evil to death by glorifying it, while also ignoring the many moments in human life when we should be celebrating the most brilliant and innovative young minds which are coming up among the species. Genius often springs from the raw humus of the human gene pool from the most unlikely or unexpected places. We should celebrate and nurture these gifts which come in the form of superbly exceptional young human beings, affording them every opportunity to excel, thrive and inspire.
We ought to be looking for human excellence everywhere, and exalting it, by broadcasting it to others as REAL inspiration, rather than choosing to broadcast the most regrettable moments of typical morbid human evil every day. People will ALWAYS emulate what they see broadcast on TV and films. That fact is a given. Choose to broadcast the better side of human nature, rather than exaggerating the worst, and you can literally begin turning the tide of rising darkness around the world. Our US media monoliths urgently need to learn this lesson, if they want to avoid the approaching utter social calamity in America’s culture, which they profess to serve.
Here are some brief portraits of young geniuses from around the world which can inspire and bring hope that our future can be brighter than the dismal current reality which is being broadcast into our homes each day.
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