• Even goats no how to positiveBeing positive in the moment means smiling and accepting what IS. Just because we were trained that some things are bad, remember that is only an opinion and a bad one at that. Hmmmm. Everything is natural and good because it is the perfect result of what caused it.  

    If a little monkey harasses another, mother picks it up, kisses it and keeps it with her. Punishment is unknown in all primates except us.  I watched a group of wild goats in the zoo. A cute little male goat was harassing a small group of little girl goats.

    They kept running away and squealing. Sound familiar? Finally the mother goat had had enough. She walked over to the little male goat, stood in front of him and lowered her head. He danced away. But when she turned her back to leave, he darted after one of the little girl goats. Mother turned, lowered her head and charged him, stopping short of butting him.

    The little male goat backed away. This time Mother got all the way back to where she was in the beginning of the story, before he charged the little girls for a third time. A good story must have at least three challenges. Mother came charging after the little male, who turned and ran. However, mothers can run faster than babies and she butted him ass over teakettle and he tumbled on the grass. He got up and slowly headed for the far end of the pasture. Mother stood and watched.

    So the moral of the story is if we were goats, we would knock our child ass over teakettle to stop doing something we decided was wrong. If we are humans, we would just pick our child up, love ’em and keep ’em out of harm’s-way. If we had respected our heritage, we would have a reasonable population and invading other countries would be unthinkable and unnecessary. All animals instinctively know better than to overpopulate their food source and they protect their territory instead of killing everything else to take all the territory for themselves.

    We are animals that have defied the natural order and every living critter including the plants will die because of our belief that we are the fittest to survive. We started in our primitive human tribes, when females took lesser males, copulated regardless of the coming season and overpopulated their communities. To keep control, the big ape became chief of them all and invaded other tribes, when food supplies dwindled.

    Mother had too many offspring to manage and punishment became necessary to maintain order. Around 13,000 years ago farming and husbandry began and now the population of the tribes could become civilizations, impossible for any single male to control. War just got bigger and better because civilizations need more space. We know the rest of his story. If you prefer a different explanation, feel free to communicate. After all anthropology is just a few facts and a whole lot of guesswork.   

    30 Responses to ACCEPT OUR HERITAGE

    1. Hosea Zordan says:

      I actually have enjoyed the put up and wish my mother had been a monkey. My brother certainly was. Dad, dunno, he wasn't around much. Your internet site is pretty broken in Google Chrome. What theme are you using?

      Yes, Google Chrome has never updated all the work we have done on the site. We use FireFox. Thanks for asking and comment. We all could have used a monkey mother. If we had had one, we would not be looking at our imminent extinction. Love, Oracle Jai

    2. Marcy says:

      I email this blog to all my friends. Not only is it beautiful and easy to find what we want and makes sense, it is free!! If I like it, my friends will like it too and they do. We even discuss many of your revelations, like not having any more children. We are raised to have a family. To survive we must have children. Be fruitful and multiply, the Bible says. We certainly overdid that one!  I really believe we are a part of this planet and evolution. I wish I had had a monkey mother instead of the old goat. Did I say that?

      Hahahaha. We all had that old goat training. We were scolded, lectured and butted instead of held. We were also penned in bassinets, cradles, playpens and behind walls and fences. There have been too many of us for too long, hundreds of thousands of years! Time to change, love and cherish ourselves. Love, Oracle Jai

    3. Sasha says:

      I just wanted to mention, I really liked this blog post. It was helpful and I can see clearly why we humans are so devoid of love and respect. We are criminals and still no one has seen fit to find out why so we can change it. Keep on posting!

      That I will and thanks for commenting. Love, Oracle Jai

    4. Sea says:

      I want to to thank you for this great read!! I absolutely loved every little bit of it. I never thought of our monkey heritage but I do accept science over the drivel given by religion.  God made us in his image!. OMG!!! More like the Destroyer of all time!!! And they still don't get it. I love your little stories. This was a cute one. I suppose if we evolved from goats, we would be up a tree now! I have got you saved as a favorite to read everything and that is a lot.

      Hahahahah. Love a sense of humor. When I get too serious about life, I change my name. We think our name identifies us and will go down in his'story. In the big picture we are but a dot, totally unimportant. The only person who really cares about us is us and be need to be a lot more caring and loving. I do believe we are more like goats, butting our heads against everything hard and we are braying up at the tree, instead of climbing it. Love, Oracle Jai

    5. Keme says:

      I've read some good stuff here. I am a bit of a monkey myself. Having fun, without fear, knowing you are safe because you can get out of the way of any danger. Definitely worth bookmarking for constantly revisiting. I wonder what tempted you to tackle such a major enterprise and you have such excellent information on how we got to be the way we are. Excellent site.

      Thank you for the comment and compliment. I spent my life trying to figure out the answer to that question. After 60 some odd years, I sat down one day and began to write and I kept on revising for years. I am still revising and learning and I love it. Love, Oracle Jai

    6. Genna Bacote says:

      Very entertaining many thanks, I believe your visitors could possibly want significantly more content as to our heritage. You refer to our civilizations being much like our primitive life. It is hard to see the same behavior creating both. I would like to read more articles similar to this. Carry on the great work. Genna

      You are right, of course. More needs to be said about why we still behave in a primitive way, when we are such geniuses in inventing technology. The answer to that lies in the ability to think, which is taught. Most of the work done today is done by copycats, which is different than thinking. My landlord tells me his joints hurt when there is a crescent moon. He tells me this even when the moon is full.

      I have told him about the deterioration of joints, especially due to walking on cement floors and sidewalks all his life. This information cannot be understood because he knows only what he heard from his mother, backed up by his grandmothers. He never learned to think or process new material, like most of the people in the world. We can tell our mother or grandmother till we are blue in the face that we can only catch a cold from a virus and she will still tell you to stay out of drafts. Thanks for asking and I will write a blog on thinking and how you learn to do it. Love, Oracle Jai

    7. John Hoover says:

      Pretty! This has been a really wonderful, funny article and clearly states your message. I am afraid of how many parents hit or punish their children. Terrible. We see movies and it is never justified, yet people do it all the time, knowing this is terrible. They really must think they are terrible people and we know they were abused as children. Will it ever stop? Thank you for supplying this information.

      Only when we reduce the population to less than one million world wide and then we must love and value ourselves before we have children. It is necessary that we stop having children now, especially those who were abused as children. I tell every one to get fixed. The ratio now is 3 children born for every death. That has to be reduced to one child born to every three deaths. Love, Oracle Jai

    8. Alona Stolley says:

      Astounding post, definitely accept the idea of being monkeys over goats, although I love goats as well. They can be pets and come to be petted and loved, follow you around. I am not crazy about monkeys. They really do not seem to become pets, perhaps too smart and they will spit or pull your hair if too close. But in the wild they certainly make better mothers and playmates than we do. Keep up the superior work!

      Thanks for your comment. I agree. I like goats as well and keep my distance from monkeys. I lived in Indonesia in a marina on a small island and the monkeys would sit in the tree outside the kitchen window, waiting for me to turn my back, so they could snatch the food off the counter. It was useless trying to shoo them away. I learned to walk backward keeping my eye on them.

      A lot of people need watching as well and when you turn your back, oh well….But I leave my doors unlocked because I know I and my stuff are always safe. Only three times did anyone steal anything from me. One while doing a fair in the US, he got $8.00, the other two were in foreign countries. They got a several hundred in Indonesia and shared it with the manager of the marina. Indonesia is famous for harboring the most pirates in the world.

      The last robbery  was in Costa Rica. He just took the $50.00 and left the credit card. Bless him. Why live life as if a few  thefts are important and ruin a perfectly wonderful life of joy, trust, love, health and abundance. I live in abundance. I can afford a few spoiled apples in the barrel. Love, Oracle Jai 

    9. Cristin Steffani says:

      Rather entertaining story to get a very good point across. Many many thanks, I believe your visitors would love more entertainment and less doom and gloom, although most of your blogs see the humor in our predicament as well as the tragedy. carry on the fantastic blogs.

      Yes I write a fine line between making the material of our imminent demise too scary and people shut down or funny where they fail to take it seriously. That is why I write so many blogs. I am going to get the message home with the right blog for everyone. Thanks for commenting, Love, Oracle Jai

    10. Alexander says:

      In this awesome scheme of things you secure an A. I did, however, get lost in all the details. Your article is actually really engaging, which is why I am making the effort to make a comment, which I rarely do. I find the reasoning behind your stories fascinating. I, for one, would not see the event in the same light as you do. I will subscribe to your position and trust you will consider our inability to make the jumps in logic that you make. Help us to connect the dots much better. Making this a better, happier, healthier, more loving, peaceful and prosperous world is desperately needed. You may have the way for us to accomplish this. Alexander

      Thank you Alexander. I can see why one might not make the jump from monkeys raising their children and a goats way of raising their children. Point taken. All around the world people raise their children like goats. They physically butt their little babies ass over teakettle, (physically and mentally abuse, punish and beat them, often with rods or switches).

      Our heritage comes from monkeys keeping their babies close and safe until they can handle life on their own. Love, grooming, touching and playing is the way of their society and could be ours, if parents would stop being like goats and be more like monkeys. I really appreciate your comment and you will notice I have attempted to make the blog clearer. Thanks for taking the time to point this out to me. Love, Oracle Jai

    11. Lisle says:

      Some really interesting info, well written and generally user genial. Funny to think of ourselves as monkeys when we think we are either made special by god or come from an alien planet, either way, Devine, enlightened and above the universal laws that keep us all together in harmony. You really have it right.

      I thank you and science thanks you. We really are of this planet, just like every other living thing and we follow the law that effects are the perfect result of what caused them. This is so whether we believe we are gods or aliens and not subject to any laws, except maybe gravity, at least while we are alive. Love, Oracle Jai

    12. lakiernictwo says:

      Definitely a splendid blog and informative posts, I surely will bookmark your site. Have an awesome day! lakiernictwo

      Thank you for commenting and you have an awesome day as well! Love, Oracle Jai

    13. Syman says:

      Everybody wants for more information on how to get what we want. When we read this article, I'm sure everyone gets the point. We need to love us unconditionally, not only our family but everyone. Your site has an exceptional design, style and colors. You are an overly skilled blogger and your writing hits home but at the same time is entertaining and often funny. As I look over your site, I feel as if I sit in mid-air, watching gorgeous scenes pass by. Additionally, I have shared your website on my own personal social networks.

      Thanks for your thoughts and for alerting your friends. I really must reach everyone because we have put all life and the earth in a dangerous position. We must change now. Tomorrow may be too late. Love, Oracle Jai

    14. Cara says:

      Hi, just wanted to tell you, I loved this blog post. It was funny. Too many people came from goats, not enough monkeys among us. I think I will go back to the trees and swing. Keep on posting!

      I like the idea. Wish my toes would grip the branches as well. Just think, with fur, we could return and do away with houses, stores, stuff, money, cars, work and just live in a natural garden paradise. Love, Oracle Jai

    15. Authority says:

      You have nice blog, Excellent work, ill be back

      Thanks for your encouraging words. Love, Oracle Jai.

    16. cheave says:

      Animals bring a thrilling time to explore and love all of our life. It is certainly understandable to make friends with them because they love us and give us such pleasure. For that reason please treat them with respect and love in return.They are a close friend or even a family member whom you would care for. My brother suggested I might agree with your blogsite. He was right. This submit in reality made my day. Animals are much smarter than we are. Of course they do not have cell phones and laptops. 

      Cheers for a great entertaining post and blog. (I also get pleasure from the theme/design, pictures and natural sounds of the forest). Do goats really climb trees? There is so much to read and learn here I have bookmarked your site and will return often. Please  keep up the essential job and write more on pets and how we mistreat them. A friend also asked for some advise about lending money. Could you address this as well. Thanks for a fantastic blog.

      You got it. I have added your request to my ever growing list of posts to write. Thanks for commenting and being clear about what you care about. Apparently goats really do climb trees and as far as loaning money, it is like charity and respect. Never loan money, as my mother used to say, unless it is OK if you never get it back. People borrow because they do not have love and no way is money going to give it, so you both lose. Love, Oracle Jai

    17. Richard Karban says:

      Hello there, You've done a great job. I certainly dig it and personally recommend it to my friends. I am confident they will benefit from this web site.

      The more the merrier, Richard. Thanks, love, Oracle J.

    18. GABINET LEKARSKI says:

      Lovely blog! I am loving it!! Will be back later to read some more. I am bookmarking your feeds also.

      We are loving having you here. Love Oracle J.

    19. Gene says:

      I was more than happy to uncover this web site. I need to to thank you for your time just for this wonderful read!! Accept Our Heritage. Of course religion tells a different story. We came from the hand of God, not monkeys! After reading your account of our behavior, I can see your point. We are not goats and need not knock our children about. I doubt that God had us in mind when he made us. I think he expected a kinder, more loving animal.

      We become an image of those who train us when we are very small. God thru us out of his home when we were very young. He turned out to be a very violent father, given to killing those who did not agree/believe in him. He loved his violent warriors who engaged in adultery, murder and war and look how we turned out!!! We need a different God or Goddess. I think a woman this time. She is trained to be less aggressive. Only recently has she wanted to go to war and kill. We can retrain ourselves that is what this blog is all about. Try it, you'll like it! Love, Oracle Jai

    20. Mauricio says:

      Your style is really unique. I really like the stories you tell to illustrate your point. I was intrigued with the goats in the trees. Is that a photo shop? The story is good because there is no criticism for the goats. After all they do not have arms and hands to carry their baby off and we do not have to smack our kids to get them to behave, if we have raised them with love. Thanks for posting this and the rest of the blog. Loads of valuable information here. Mauricio

      Thanks for the comment, Mauricio. Yes we need to stop having children until we learn how to love ourselves so we can love and cherish our children. Have fun, Love, Oracle Jai

    21. Cezar says:

      I love to read you website. Be Positive Dude. Very cute and cute story. You have had a colorful life, judging from the few stories I have read. I would love to read a whole book of your stories. Can goats really climb trees or was that photo shopped?

      Yes, apparently they can if they can get a footing from the ground. After all they stand and climb confidently on the craggiest mountains that you or I would never attempt. They are perfect at what they do and how they raise their offspring. Monkeys are perfect at raising theirs. We, however, lost our way and raise our offspring abominably.

      Look at what we have done to all other living critters as well as our own. War, poverty, torture, murder, over populated the entire planet and poisoned our land, water and air, only to mention a few of our atrocities. We have already caused the sixth major extinction and are going for the worst extinction in the entire his'stoy of the planet. Of course we could change, if each individual began to love and cherish themselves unconditionally like monkeys. It is personal. What's it to be? Love or a horrible death? Love, Oracle Jai

    22. Terris says:

      I am impressed with this website. You talk about real life and we suck at it. We need to climb back into the trees, grow fur and a tail and start again. This time around we will base our life on love instead of killing. I am a vegetarian and we actually all are. Digesting meat is a real chore. Fish is not too bad.

      But how to get people to stop putting animals into pens and letting them die inside from such a horrible life. We disgust me.  But I am heartened because you tell me if I love me this all becomes a bad dream that fades away. It is the end of time so I may as well go out loving me and the natural order. Thanks for this website and your wisdom. I really am a big fan.

      Thanks for your comment and while we are depressing and hope is a four letter word to lose, we can do something about our time here alive on the earth and put what others are doing in, as you say, a fading dream. Turn off the news, play and have fun at whatever you choose to do. Dare to be different and enjoy life. Love, Oracle Jai

    23. Toepfer says:

      Simply a laughing visitor. Do you think those goats actually climbed up in that tree? I love the way you write about such dire stuff. I am laughing and this epoch is coming to an end and it is our fault. But I am just a smiling visitant here to share the love. Great layout. In fact the whole site just sings.

      If goats can climb steep rocky mountains, I guess they can climb a tree. Or perhaps African goats are special? Anyway thanks to Webshots Wallpaper we have the picture. Thanks for coming and laughing, that is the only thing that will pull us thru, laughter and love for our pleasure. Let others be, we can only change ourselves. Love, Oracle Jai

    24. Hinder says:

      Fantastic goods from you, man. I have read and understood your stuff every time I come to your site, which is often. You're just too fantastic. I really like what you've said here, to accept that we came from a specie that cared for their children totally and completely. Goats do too. They just care in a different way. We certainly forgot how to cherish our kids. Mothers do not cherish anything, including themselves or their husbands. Mothers are slaves to their housework, cooking, cleaning, shopping and yelling at the kids. They have no time for anyone. I like the way you present the picture of monkeys and goats. You make it enjoyable and you still care for to keep it sensible. This is really a wonderful web site so I keep coming back to learn more.

      Thank you and of course each specie must care for its young. I love looking at the care the tribe of elephants give their young. They feel love very strongly and we don't give a damn about anything, not us or any other living critter. We put them in cages and separate the children from their parents. We are the meanest, worst animal ever to have existed on the earth and we think we are created in the image of god!!! Mother you must start loving yourself unconditionally first, so you can love your children. Get out of the kitchen, out of that big house, that neighborhood and live in a small town in the country. Make life simple and full of unconditional love.

    25. Antione says:

      The world hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who know what is happening and tell it in a pleasant, funny way so we can get the picture. Antione

      Thank you for returning Antione, and leaving a compliment. Love, Oracle Jai

    26. Couiter says:

      Way cool! Some very valid points! You really have a fresh way of talking about a common problem. I want a monkey mother, one who cherishes me. I appreciate you writing this post plus the rest of the site is very beautiful, easy to use. I want to read every one of your posts and I will keep coming back to do so. The comments are suburb as well and different as they add so much to the post itself. Other blogs have such boring comments. I think the responders just want their picture up besides you answer every blog in such a way that it encourages one to write more. Keep up the good work.

      Thanks so much for your comment and compliment. I do want to encourage readers to talk about their use of the material I present. After all we want to keep the specie going and to do that we need to stop procreating, while we learn to love ourselves unconditionally. Women especially since they are the ones who raise us to create the future. So far the future sucks, war, disrespect for all life including our own, GMO, drugs, crime, It is all taught by mother.

      Men you can only succeed if mother loves you so be sure you build the new society with her in mind. Religion fails to honor the mother, it is God the father, the Son, The Holy Ghost, Ah Men. Politics, business, governments, banks, drugs, medicine it is all controlled by men. God is male and look what praying to a man has done for the earth and all life. We will be extinct for treating mother as a slave. She does not value herself so she does not value her children. You would think by now you would get it. Well I am throwing it at you. Catch! Love, Oracle Jai

    27. Delilah says:

      It appears as though some of the written text in your comments are running off the screen. Can somebody else please provide feedback and let me know if this is happening to them too? This could be a problem with my web browser because I've had this happen before. Many thanks.

      Thanks for the comment. In WordPress the italics appear to be running off the page, so this time is is coming from here. Love, Oracle Jai

    28. rugak says:

      I have been surfing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting articles like yours. Goats that say be positive Dude are up my alley. In my view, if all webmasters and bloggers had as great content as you have, the internet would be much more useful and enjoyable than ever before. Thanks!!!

      Thanks for coming and commenting and liking what you see and read. Come again. Love, Oracle Jai

    29. rugak says:

      Dag nabbit, good stuff you whippersnappers!

      Hahahahahahaha. I hope you keep coming and making comments. You made my day. Love, Oracle Jai

    30. Google says:

      As quick as a thought, we go for blogs that we like to study. Your site is Listed with the most up-to-date websites that we have chosen. 

      Well, thank you Google for your quick thoughts and studying my site. Please keep coming, there is more to come. Love, Oracle Jai

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