Finding Common Purpose | Overcoming Common Hurdles


Constructive Creativity

“Take something of the air (an Idea), give it a form and a motivation (Purpose) and use it as a FEASIBLE SOLUTION to an EXISTING problem. This is Constructive Creativity”

Finding Common Purpose

A South African Journey into the Future

So, what do you want to be a part of, the black race, the white race, the rat race or the Human Race? I ask this because I don’t like being referred to as a ‘white’. It seperates me from what I believe in which is the human race. It puts me into a space which generalises everything that I stand for … incorrectly.  My heart and mind are NOT white.

All are welcome! As long as you have an issue, put it on the table but come equipped with reason and sound, logical debate. Suggested solutions are a starting point.

Join the collective heart and mind of South Africa and let’s inspire each other toward cohesive living through constructive and creative debate on real issues we face as South Africans.

What is the aim? To root out all the negatives, focus on the positves and create a place where we can all exist as humans in the eyes of each other. A place where our thought processes run further than skin deep and reveals the inherent goodness in man. Surely we ARE inherently good? Surely we cannot agree that we are inherently evil?

We need a society in which our children are educated and our workers are rewarded fairly. We need a society where criminals are processed via a system which effectively returns liabilities back to society as contributors. We need a society which is healed of anger through a process which gives meaning to the word justice. We need entrepreneurs who base their business models on sharing rather than greed. We need security for our elderly, protection for our children and more respect for and understanding of our women. We need so much. Let’s find a way to create it for ourselves.

We can only do this if we do this TOGETHER. Why do we want to be APART? How long are we going to allow history to dictate our future? Let’s get TOGETHER. Let’s create Constructive Citizen Forums in each city or town in each province of South Africa. Where our chosen leaders fail, let us be the ones to show them the way.

Surely there is common good which we can identify and strive toward making our reality? In order to do this we must become hurdlers, overcomers … leaders … everyone of us. Hop on board the human train, let’s journey toward one mutual goal. A cohesive, united, South Africa.

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4 comments

  1. James Mashele · · Reply

    I do like y’alls attitude an’ objectives.

    But, until I can see that this site is as well disseminated by Google news as PoliticsWeb currently is I won’t/can’t be makin’ any use of it.

    After all, there be no real point in preachin’ to the choir, eh?

    Also, I know the name and the reputation of James Myburgh, the editor of PW and I ain’t the foggiest, beyond y’alls own say so, as to y’alls authenticity and agenda.

    “About the CCF” be too vague and uninformative. But good luck wit’ y’alls future…

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    1. Hi James – You are right. The site is not as well put together as it could be. The About page also needs a lot of attention, but I would like to think that the written content in the articles posted is where you’d find value and not in the aesthetics of the site. But agreed, I need to find more time. I administer 17 different websites and am a one man show, but agreed.

      Reputation & Agenda – I think in the few posts on here, there is no doubt as to who I am or what my intentions are. Having said that, I hope that should you ever visit again, you will find a more comprehesively aesthetically pleasing and more more easily navigable site to interest you.

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  2. James Mashele · · Reply

    Oh! Now we gotta be moderated too.

    That wern’t mentioned afore!

    Be that ‘nuther wurd for “censorship”? Do we gotta be treated like mischievous children waiting for parental approval?

    PW don’t play games like this.

    See y’all aroun’…

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    1. Yes, foul language will be edited. This is a family show. You have used none therefore your contribution has been published as you wrote it.

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