The Human Rights Clinic Embodied In An Article

By FredrickHobbs

Human needs are not human rights, conscious human rights to freedom are conscious human rights to freedom. It all starts with proper thinking by the masses and ends with proper living by the masses. Think about it all with cold, realistic logic. We all need to grow up, and if we want better lives, we want to grow up. It starts with self control at the deepest levels, if you want to call it deep self hypnosis of a sort, it is that too. For in this sense, we are our own physicians healing ourselves.

Sure, this is what I really mean by a genuine human rights clinic in an article, a call for us to heal ourselves, a call for us to start growing up and living better lives. A just plain call to all to expand consciousness, which is what positive self suggestion and self hypnosis is all about. Note: I use the word self behind the words suggestion and hypnosis to indicate that all real power and control comes from your own mind and consciousness. Self starting is never a waste of time, and self work is never a waste of time. What is a waste of time however, is stubbornness, for stubbornness is a negative use of self control. Definite decision, even if it seems like stubborn behavior is a desirable trait, because to make decisions quickly and change them slowly, especially when the decisions are ultimately good or great is always a good thing. What is bad is genuine stubbornness and inflexibility. That is immaturity at the highest level. Understanding is the ultimate sign of maturity, I did not say be too liberal or too easy going, but I did say the word “understanding” which is an earned and tightly controlled discipline of knowledge that is balanced and tempered with rational flexibility.

My definition of maturity includes all of these things, but I do encourage you to grow on your own. For, indeed, that is the ultimate human right in life, to grow, understand, be, do and have on your own. Remember, consciousness must be developed by yourself inside yourself as a genuine spiritual knowledge; it is not anything developed outside of yourself or given as a gift, except in the sense that it is given by existence and God but developed by us through our right to grow or shrink through the free will embodied in consciousness. We all have a choice to sink below ourselves or rise above ourselves.

My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker.
I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.
I would like to also acknowledge and thank The Los Angeles Strategy Center for letting me use their editing and writing facilities. Also to dedicate this article to Eric Mann, Barbara Lott-Holland, Gabriel Stracoto, and Ian Sawyer.