Whispers Of Universal Hope And Joy

Engineering The Dawn Of Utopia

Mi'kail Eli'yah
14 min readMay 28


Everyone feels lost, lonely, stuck and helpless. They are fearful, tired and sad. While everyone is trying to out-maneuver each other, they blunder the chance to gain the possible mutual compounded possibility.

We understand about self gain, but it need not be selfish gains. As long as the scheme does not intentionally exclude, deprive and drain others. However, have we consider the fact that we could be missing out the wider possibilities?

Win-win schemes are vital for this to happen. For this, the foundations of the ethos must first be set. We have to build collective well-being to compound a virtuous cycle to create that synergetic symbiosis.

Prevalent feelings that dragged down and drain the individuals will murder such efforts. Wasting precious energy and time that breeds mutual doubt and suspicions kills the window of opportunities to create the Kairos. While we have been caring for our tools and crafts, we kept neglecting the resources that create them — the craftsmen, the human resource. As we mine and refine on machine and methods, we have to do the same determination to do likewise for (hu)man.

I guess my unfulfilled dream will follow me to my graves, I will have to die with it. ("Don't die ... " (neighbor's television)) - 2008-03.06

Beyond Delusions


When people try to sell me an illusion I refuse to buy it. When I saw an illusion I wanted to keep, I bought it without people selling it. - Re: fake Tibetan stone, 2022–06.24

Most religions have a clear vision, a clear motivation and a clear intent of victory and conquest. - 2011-09.05

Deadly Ignorance

There are common social myths that still persists today.

1. My parents know what they are doing. Once I reach adulthood, I will be stable.

Truth: Your parents are lost. There is only 1 thing most of them learned — to accept and conform.

2. Most people are ok. If they are not, they are losers.

Truth: No one is ok. It is just that no one wants to talk about it. Everyone thinks everyone else is ok. Depression…



Mi'kail Eli'yah