Creativity is a process of trial and error, regardless of the desired result. Having a magnificent end result in mind gives hope. The only enlightened end result of true magnificence is world peace.
To most enlightened persons, I am known as a lady of some philosophical, managerial, scientific, operatic, philanthropic and literary repute. Modesty prevents me from agreeing with their opinions. I certainly have expertise in the art and science of creativity, hence my creative salon for world peace.
It is important to remember that any attack on peace is an attack on democracy. There is no true peace without enlightened democracy, elegant egalitarianism and emotional maturity.
Sunny and a high of 26C for #Adelaide - Good morning— ABC News Adelaide (@abcnewsAdelaide) November 14, 2015
The Christmas Pageant is on Saturday so we thought these images are perfect for #throwbackThursday https://t.co/tHZJqn5ZoB— State Records of SA (@StateRecordsSA) November 12, 2015
We are so excited to have the divine Dame Julie Andrews in Sydney for #MyFairLady auditions. Tix on sale 21/11 pic.twitter.com/5Hur8FlxJP— Opera Australia (@OperaAustralia) November 10, 2015
Pretty amused by the fact that Charles and Camilla will be in Canberra tomorrow, the anniversary of the dismissal.— Stephanie Peatling (@srpeatling) November 10, 2015
Nobel Peace Prize acknowledges the building of democracy in post-revolution Tunisia http://t.co/oYaSSUQ3HH http://t.co/yj8t6F6m1S— ABC News (@abcnews) October 9, 2015
Olive oil should be main oil in healthy diet say researchers into Mediterranean diet http://t.co/hqodTNm5jp pic.twitter.com/CkETiGXPM6— ABC Local (@abclocal) September 25, 2015
Some British councils are trying to deal with the problem of illegally parked horses http://t.co/FJwgMNKWDS pic.twitter.com/URVrlHMNOu— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 9, 2015
Enlightened persons in the 21st century are certainly aware of my activities and extensive experiences as a free-range social commentator, policy analyst and cultural critic. These are tasks for which I am exceedingly well qualified, especially whilst sipping tea downstairs in the parlour.
Occasionally, I have made the acquaintance of a varied assortment of personages within Mr Twitter's gossipy coffee house, as well as at the unusual soirées of Lady Facebookian, though my staff and admirers are more often to be found in such digitally unpredictable environments than I am myself.
The ridiculous immaturity of much social media - and journalism more generally - is reflected in the fact that a desire to archive something for future analysis can most conveniently be achieved through misperceptions. The archiving process is always fraught with many challenges.
Whenever one wishes to have a document filed in the social media sphere, merely to store the information for future assessment, Mr Twitter and Lady Facebookian appear to believe one likes the content. All one truly wishes to do is provide the knowlege with which future generations can continue pursuing the creation of enlightened knowledge, enlightened peace and an enlightened approach to history.
A new leaf. pic.twitter.com/eduyxtYIqU— The Cathy Wilcox (@cathywilcox1) August 8, 2015
The Abbott government has rejected a call by its own independent advisers to impose extra scrutiny on polluters http://t.co/ns3eYzTBhf— smh.com.au (@smh) August 4, 2015
Bronwyn Bishop has resigned as Speaker, but the entitlements war isn't over yet | @Drag0nista http://t.co/0jobaR2tqQ #auspol #bishop— ABC The Drum (@ABCthedrum) August 2, 2015
Aus sovereign fund, the Future Fund, warns of lower future returns http://t.co/3Eglg8tjJf #ausecon #auspol #ausbiz pic.twitter.com/Zbjxaksu1y— Business Spectator (@BusinessSpec) September 2, 2015
Here’s how to protect yourself from being scammed via a ransomware attack https://t.co/TK1iqIJyL9— Scamwatch_gov_au (@Scamwatch_gov) November 11, 2015
'It's feast or famine': How drought sent a Qld cattle breeder to King Island http://t.co/7GsP9MsTPD— ABC News (@abcnews) October 9, 2015
.@kezzatheduck has good news for #goat producers-prices are over $5kg | Full commodities noon Sun. ABC TV #agchatoz pic.twitter.com/QAeWUAG5Rd— ABC Landline (@abclandline) October 3, 2015
He'd get more in retirement: http://t.co/SwbOZ2OVdu @SMH MT @BevanShields: Abbott's salary goes from $507,000 to $195,000 #auspol #libspill— Peter Martin (@1petermartin) September 20, 2015
Not shabby. Abbott's annual pension to top $300,000: http://t.co/6VuHo05zks @smh @theage #ausecon #auspol #libspill pic.twitter.com/qKcpBI72l2— Peter Martin (@1petermartin) September 14, 2015
Highly recommend reading. What Abbott was thinking of doing to the RBA: http://t.co/A664U4FecZ @jacobgreber #worthpayingfor #auspol #ausecon— Peter Martin (@1petermartin) October 9, 2015
Tony Abbott walks out after losing the Prime Ministership #libspill @abcnews @ABCNews24 pic.twitter.com/fdmDzQYug9— Anna Henderson (@annajhenderson) September 14, 2015
When defeatism is equated with refusing to fight other people's wars, history shows that it can be severely and unfairly punished. It is often the people who desire peace who are called defeatist in such circumstances. War does not create peace. Only peace creates peace.
Competitiveness does not create peace. Hostility does not create peace. Peace creates peace to create more peace. This is why a less confrontational, less antagonistic approach to democracy is required.
Creating world peace requires creativity: BBC News - Viewpoint: How creativity is helped by failure https://t.co/Q2HnrPZ5RD— Twaklinesque Arts (@twaklin) November 14, 2015
True peace is not appeasement. True peace is always in conflict with the opponents of true peace.
In view of this, true peace does not involve fighting. It involves the prevention of abuse and all forms of cruelty. This is the main duty of the advocates of democracy.
Hey @ABFComm why are your goons threatening to harass ordinary citizens going about their lives in Melbourne?— Bernard Keane (@BernardKeane) August 28, 2015
Waits for the ALP to respond... waits... waits... checks notes... waits...— Greg Jericho (@GrogsGamut) August 28, 2015
How can you compare #Alaska with #Scotland? See our #BetterLife Index to find out http://t.co/peLss2dkKF pic.twitter.com/dyp9nBCTKL— OECD (@OECD) August 2, 2015
Why do women in many countries have so few babies? In part, lazy husbands and no child care http://t.co/bdwbHsmMd6 pic.twitter.com/Kl0UoZ3DG9— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 2, 2015
World pop will = 9.7 bil in 2050. ½ this growth concentrated in 9 countries, incld. India Nigeria Pakistan DRC http://t.co/0tn5L7PJFO— Economics & Peace (@GlobPeaceIndex) July 31, 2015
The problem with having babies is that costs and benefits are misaligned http://t.co/Hte6p7Zazv pic.twitter.com/ShF7J8LUxK— The Economist (@TheEconomist) July 30, 2015
Scientists and the Pope seem to agree on doomsday predictions relating to climate change http://t.co/3KZ2QMYdgV pic.twitter.com/2NA5Z1jeHM— The Economist (@TheEconomist) July 29, 2015
New report warns coastal cities may be uninhabitable within 50 years http://t.co/LVSQIJb9t4 via @ScienceAlert pic.twitter.com/2PWfHI4WY0— Climate Council (@climatecouncil) July 24, 2015
A drop in the number of southern right whales spotted off SA coast surprises scientists http://t.co/ehhLoz0XOQ pic.twitter.com/aVdWly8csK— ABC News Adelaide (@abcnewsAdelaide) August 22, 2015
Whoa: Iran city hit suffocating heat index of 74 degrees celsius, near world record http://t.co/3cNOpVmd2m— Climate Council (@climatecouncil) August 8, 2015
You will already have heard that the Earl of YouTube has been attempting to assist my work. In fact, he has been involved with designing the little theatre here in Villa Twaklinilkawt.
I am also frequently invited to visit Lord Google's premises to promote the commercial activities of that personage and his brother the earl. On many occasions, however, I am to be found examining information in the Duke and Duchess of Wikipedia's library, at least whenever I am not in one of my own libraries.
Suitably courteous investigations have obviously formed the basis of my globally relevant and impeccably scientific blog-pamphleteering interludes. Even so, it is always important to display magnanimously elegant defiance whenever brutality and stupidity arise from the quagmire of social quandaries.
And the US tested a Trident sub-based nuclear missile off the California coast a few days ago. pic.twitter.com/5zlSw00LZ5— Carl Bildt (@carlbildt) November 14, 2015
Is airport security weak because it is hard for airport security staff to remain vigilant?https://t.co/nuqJNBofPU pic.twitter.com/EBTC5WoRmZ— The Economist (@TheEconomist) November 14, 2015
The U.S. has a large military budget, but the relative size of the Army might surprise you: https://t.co/g74VsW1OgJ pic.twitter.com/1cx1IYYepW— Brookings FP (@BrookingsFP) November 11, 2015
Nuclear power stations are closing on both sides of the Atlantic. Why? https://t.co/QNIEzNAwCr pic.twitter.com/yp5IJ4k0RR— The Economist (@TheEconomist) November 1, 2015
Nearly 40 years ago China opened its doors to 300,000 refugees. Will it ever do so again? http://t.co/LlVdyqD3Du pic.twitter.com/A5h2gXj5Hw— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 11, 2015
Brazilians pride themselves on their embrace of strangers—Syrian refugees included http://t.co/qIPMtDy4Vt pic.twitter.com/M5t2oWRtnO— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 10, 2015
How taxes and a single-minded focus on war produced Europe's empires: http://t.co/Vyj4fS35ja pic.twitter.com/EC0jIWX41i— Foreign Affairs (@ForeignAffairs) October 9, 2015
Clinton, explaining the true craft of politics: "Diplomacy is not about getting to the perfect solution; it's about balancing the risk."— B. Allen-Ebrahimian (@BethanyAllenEbr) October 14, 2015
Ministers in in Vienna this weekend are trying to agree on who is a "terrorist" in Syria https://t.co/7S77mHDhTw pic.twitter.com/d0X5vOmeS6— Financial Times (@FT) November 12, 2015
How is the refugee crisis impacting the future of the Arab World? Read analysis from @mahamyahya: https://t.co/DSlpaxTAhw— Carnegie Endowment (@CarnegieEndow) November 12, 2015
How does child marriage affect girls' futures? Explore our InfoGuide for more on the issue: http://t.co/ISqT91Xy1f pic.twitter.com/m4IzsnLEHQ— CFR (@CFR_org) October 9, 2015
How many deaths would be avoided each year if malaria was eradicated? http://t.co/3tORTH21ti pic.twitter.com/DG4N51307Y— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 22, 2015
The world should worry more about China’s politics than the economy http://t.co/dDqW21n551 pic.twitter.com/cZwShMSj4m— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 9, 2015
Although I conduct a great deal of correspondence, I have the capacity to do so with relative ease. This has particularly been the case since the invention of efficient computational machines.
Should you wish to participate in any of my pursuits, do let me know. It is quite easy for you to do so, just by initiating a suitably courteous, witty and insightful correspondence with my private secretaries. Purposeful literary pleasantries can often make one's tea taste better.
Would you like to be added to my collection of peaceful volunteers at all? New volunteers are always welcome in my Adelaidean library. I also currently collect admirers of my own literary works, especially amongst the persons who volunteer to assist in the library and in the world.
There should never be concessions made to individuals and groups expressing belligerence towards peaceful persons and pursuits. At the same time, overly generous concessions to peaceful persons may have unforseen consequences. Laziness and complacency should never be encouraged.
Do you travel about much at all? I find that moving between Adelaide and Nilkawt, and even between Adelaide and anywhere else for that matter, often requires the dignified services of intellectual horses, at least whenever the delightful technology of celestial teapots is not required. Public transport is often unreliable, as are most of the human drivers of internal combustion vehicles.
"Paint what you love, and love what you paint" - #TomRoberts.We couldn’t agree more! Image: https://t.co/p8qmLbbHMw pic.twitter.com/tjdxplFllQ— National Gallery (@NatGalleryAus) November 14, 2015
Dr Glossip foreshadows scandalous gossip about Col Light's mistress. See the tour 20/11 @artgalleryofsa #feastfest pic.twitter.com/1NANx6xOzX— Pride & Prejudice (@PridePrejRadio) November 10, 2015
Dealing with Margaret Thatcher face to face was "like feeding a fierce animal" http://t.co/DbiiIUlXPT pic.twitter.com/pLpar9knLj— The Economist (@EconCulture) October 13, 2015
Russia says it's in Syria to fight terrorists. So why are they not hitting IS? http://t.co/QWQfLurpgr pic.twitter.com/UlTY7IHzE6— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 9, 2015
I particularly enjoy walking on proper footpaths in refreshingly pleasant air whilst wearing very good shoes. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find either proper footpaths or good shoes in Adelaide. In most parts of the world it is impossible even to find refreshingly pleasant air.
One of my most important annual duties is to attend the World Enlightenment Forum. As the Founder and Executive Chairpersonage and current patroness, I have had a long-standing and long-sitting relationship with the forum. I have also had many long walks with its dignified delegates on footpaths, roadways, alleyways, bridges and lawns of variable quality.
In the 19th century, London's fog made "the human larynx into an ill-swept chimney" https://t.co/9bmBhTppzP pic.twitter.com/y7EUtB2sfj— The Economist (@EconCulture) November 8, 2015
Christmas Island riot: @PeterDutton_MP confirms $10m damage bill as centre operator Serco suspends staff https://t.co/CXFOUFZWEi #auspol— ABC News (@abcnews) November 11, 2015
How the CIA bought the #psychology of torture hook, line, and sinker http://t.co/bNLxuF6SmG #politics— Oxford Academic (@OUPAcademic) October 10, 2015
Sitro #recalls Butane Heaters. Risk of serious injury/death from carbon monoxide poisoning. http://t.co/ZGaKKTouxq pic.twitter.com/VveocjRaqd— ACCC Product Safety (@ACCCProdSafety) September 17, 2015
Some statistics on the global workforce to consider this Labor Day. http://t.co/XqAL4EQEDq pic.twitter.com/4NytDhwQcL— Foreign Policy (@ForeignPolicy) September 6, 2015
7-eleven is ruthlessly rorting wages of its workers: http://t.co/eX9VFFnSLg Special @BusinessDay @4corners nvestigation @TheAge #ausecon— Peter Martin (@1petermartin) August 28, 2015
A preliminary analysis of the Bangkok bombing: http://t.co/Lce0tP0dK5— Brookings FP (@BrookingsFP) August 22, 2015
How do you participate in the political process towards an enlightened democracy? Are you an enlightened leader at all? Do you have beautifully understandable and magnificent policies for the creation of world peace and global prosperity?
The Tianjin explosions exposed murky links between business and government http://t.co/aL4GevFO5q pic.twitter.com/s6xrzSZy63— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 22, 2015
Breathing Beijing’s air is the equivalent of smoking almost 40 cigarettes a day http://t.co/Dg2rJytHD4 pic.twitter.com/blGpPlcdAx— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 22, 2015
Is Russia—a country of 200 nationalities spread across 11 time zones—in danger of crumbling? http://t.co/gMo3q8LHND pic.twitter.com/2l2E7S7gxY— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 9, 2015
Wow. Of the last 4 times we've changed PM, only once has it been with an election.— Regan Forrest (@interactivate) September 14, 2015
Abbott's tenure to be shorter than Rudd's, Gillard's http://t.co/z4mJUOSZxp #Abbott #Turnbull #libspill #auspol— Business Spectator (@BusinessSpec) September 14, 2015
Uber and the lawlessness of 'sharing economy' corporates http://t.co/hhaD8GB6of @FrankPasquale @sivavaid— Rochelle (@Rochelle) August 2, 2015
A banking scandal is set to bankrupt Europe’s poorest country http://t.co/gfOD7Rpul0 pic.twitter.com/kR1ZUIzIGV— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 1, 2015
Latin American politicians need to know when to retire http://t.co/RUByQSuYlY pic.twitter.com/Ju5fCnXsya— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 3, 2015
Workers ripped off and books falsified. Everyone knows. Who cares? See @adele_ferguson 's scoop Monday #4corners pic.twitter.com/fgIcSTp7JS— Sally Neighbour (@neighbour_s) August 28, 2015
Missed the details of which scientists won which Nobel prizes? Here’s our roundup http://t.co/45IaESzXD6 pic.twitter.com/zIoda5coPV— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 10, 2015
Sydney Opera House lit up by French tricolour amid #ParisAttacks global tributes https://t.co/ZqI2gsRmnA pic.twitter.com/UIrOt9mp2B— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) November 14, 2015