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Cleaning Up America – Unleashed

I, Doug Chandler, am homeless in America and I understand that the majority of the homeless do not like holding signs because it makes them feel guilty about the ‘getting something for nothing’ idea!

So, here is an idea that can be passed on to other homeless by anyone who reads this!  By working together on this we can make a difference very quickly that will benefit our environment a lot and it is also giving the homeless something constructive to do that they might not have ever thought of.

Other homeless here is something you can do.

Buy some large trash bags and make up some signs that say something like mine do.

“Homeless Clean-up Crew” and “Donations Help Us Survive”

Now go fly your signs while you are picking up trash!  2 or more people make it easier to hold a sign and pick up trash.

You will get a lot of people thanking you as well as more financial support because people will recognize right away that you are helping to clean up the environment.  This also helps to create positive habits.

Please Pass-On this idea to others!  If you are at home reading this, there is a download link at the bottom of this page.  Make some copies and next time you see a homeless guy, give him/her a buck and a copy of this letter.  You just might get a trend started within your own area!

Getting involved and sharing such a simple idea can make a huge impact on a country!

Thank you for your help.

The Truth Has Never Been Clearer


“If you can believe in yourself,

While focusing on helping others,

Then you have the ability,

To change the world!”  – Doug Chandler

Passing on Positivity – Unleashed

A couple of years ago I had made up some business cards that simply said on one side ‘Give Someone a Hug today” and on the other side it said, “Pass It On”!

I lived in North Bend, WA at the time and figured this was a good way to bring a little positivity to the area I lived in!

So, I took a walk and placed a few of these cards in various places along a bike trail, then walked a couple miles into town.

About 3 hours later I was walking across a QFC parking lot when a kid, about 10 years old, approached me on a bike!

Too my utter disbelief, he handed me one of these cards he had found about 2 miles away!  I was speechless and as I smiled gratefully and was about to turn and walk away, he said “Aren’t you forgetting something!”

So, with this big smile, he gave me a hug before letting me go on my way!

I was almost in tears because of how happy this moment made me!  It blew me away and created a very positive memory for me that I can share with others!

You see, I had found a positive way to make an impact on the surrounding neighborhood but I myself didn’t have the courage to just walk (or ride) up to a complete stranger, hand them a card, and give them a hug, because in my fears through indoctrination, I would worry about what the other person thought of what I was doing!

Kids on the other hand will take a positive idea like this and will simply ‘do it’ not caring about what other people think!  It is the Purity of who they are and the fact they haven’t yet been indoctrinated into fearing everything!  And when a child sees a positive idea, they will simply take off with that idea and create a better world for all of us to live in through their actions, providing they are given the opportunity too.

Oftentimes kids are more responsible than adults!  I’m not talking about them following ‘orders’ because telling kids what to do will usually not get the results that you want because it is ‘natural’ to rebel against someone who is trying to control you.  But if given a good idea, kids will usually go out immediately to try and get it done while adults will generally sit around and talk about it till the end of time.

One of the funny things I have experienced a few times is being around someone who is talking about doing something, going out and doing it myself, then coming back to hear them still talking about doing it.

In our society today, we start becoming more negative the older we get, mostly through our participation in a society that is mostly negative that is constantly pounding negative ideas into our minds!

We could learn a lot from kids and their Purer mindsets!

The church would disagree because they want us to believe that they need to teach good morals into kids when in fact they are doing the exact opposite by telling the children what to believe while the child is still young enough that they probably won’t question anything they are being told.  One of the reasons Christ was teaching us to question everything, was because of the church itself and how they tell people what to believe, preferably without people asking them any questions.  Because asking questions is what Jesus taught, not what the church teaches.

I’ll write another paper on how quickly and easily the church indoctrinates young children and a song that it all starts out with sometime soon.

The Truth Has Never Been Clearer

“If you can believe in yourself,

But focus on helping others,

Then you have the ability,

To change the world!” – Doug Chandler

A New Positive Educational System – Unleashed

A NEW Positive Educational System Will Start with Intelligence

Intelligence is the ability to process information, in your mind, without having to navigate around conflicts in your mind. Most conflicts in our minds are unnatural ideas that are promoted by various aspects of society. This is why children learn faster than adults because these unnatural ideas haven’t been programmed into them yet.

So, Intelligence is the speed at which we process information!  In short, children are actually more intelligent than most adults! This proof is in how fast they learn, which actually slows down as they grow older and get manipulated into the ways of society.

Imagine This:

You are a child again in school.

You are in math class and need some help, but instead of a teacher, who has 30+ other kids to teach as well, helping you out, another kid comes over that is just a few grades above you and starts helping you out on a personal level in getting through some math problems.

Because this other student has passed this part of the class, that makes them a great teacher in math itself.

So, they help you out with some of the same problems they just had recently of their own. They understand these problems clearer than most teachers because they have experienced them, from the same point of view, so recently.

You go into another class and are taught once again in this way by another student!

This being taught by multiple other students would develop trust in them by you. It would also develop a form of respect for them as your teachers. The bonds between different age groups would simply be amazing. It would start to feel like they were your brothers and sisters.

Bullying would go away very quickly because kids trying to gain control over others like that would be shut down very quickly by that kids’ mentors.

The kids helping to teach the younger students would have a sense of accomplishment because they were responsible in helping other kids learn what they previously have learned.

Because kids would be getting taught by other students, they would start to feel more like family and would respect each other more. Age groups wouldn’t separate themselves from each other as much.

Friendships and trust in others would flourish on a level that hasn’t been seen in hundreds of years. Family values would start to come back as we start accepting others into our lives as family, whether by blood or not.

Kids would actually learn much faster and become much more creative!

Psychologically, kids don’t like teachers so much because teachers are very controlling! But when your teacher is someone who is very close to your same age, then that teacher will become a friend! This form of learning would give the younger students a chance to find better ways of doing things that would be more acceptable by the older student because they aren’t set in their ways yet.

In short, students would find more creative ways of doing things to accomplish a goal! The curriculum would evolve on its own.  Much better than trying to learn the exact same thing as the next kid through some kind of textbook.

This would also allow students to learn at their own speed rather than trying to force them to learn at the same speed through the use of Big Pharma’s drugs.

Since these are basic skills being taught, textbooks would start to become a thing of the past. We would learn more of the things we are actually interested in rather than being told what to learn.

Kids would pursue an education based off their own interests and would quickly become leaders in those fields because they aren’t wasting their own time on things that don’t interest them.

Young minds WANT to learn, they just don’t want to be told (controlled) what to learn. This is one of the problems in school today is kids are NOT naturally interested in being taught something they have no interest in. When you try to teach all kids along the same line of education, this is called indoctrination.

Those who are in control of society today don’t like this idea because it takes away their control by helping kids to think freely. Free thinking is a way of the future, whether these control junkies like it or not!

This way of teaching would also make more sense than our current way of teaching with more advanced skills!

Have you noticed today that kids go into an expensive college to learn a skill (career) and then once they learn it from a textbook, they then go out into the world, try to do what they have learned, to find out that they don’t really want to do that!

But now they are 10’s of thousands, on average, into debt from learning something they had never tried in the first place to see if they liked it.

What a poor way to start out your independent life, in massive debt! The frustration and stress this creates in their life is absolutely phenomenal, holding them down from what could have been huge potential.

But what if there was a different way that makes far more sense?

Why would you clog up the mind of someone with geometry if all they want to do is learn how to garden?

Meeting a person on their level of interest isn’t really that hard to do!

This way of learning would also allow individuals to learn multiple skills much faster because they would have the opportunity to try something before they commit to an idea they have never tried in real life.

You see, we actually learn best through actually doing it, not by being taught it. Also, by learning through the action of doing something, it develops a freer way of thinking.

In today’s world, diversification in work skills is a must! It is always best to have something to fall back to if your current choice in career becomes obsolete.

So what would this advanced form of learning entail?

I believe the best wording for this would be ‘Try it before you buy it!’

A simple example is this:

A kid is interested in Gardening!

So, find that gardener in your family or network of friends and have your kid go with them to work! Your kid will either become more interested in it by trying it or they will realize that it wasn’t really something they had interest in! Either way, they could do this at any age, regardless of what level of class they are in! In other words, a 12-year-old might find their life’s calling long before they are out of school saving future debts from college, or even wasted money from their parents.

If you love to do something, then you will excel at it regardless of whether you have a high school education or not! This would cause kids to start becoming far more successful in life at a much younger age. The beauty of this is they will also enjoy what they are doing!

Isn’t this the whole point of life in the first place?

So, let’s start thinking smarter and start doing the things we love to do rather than let society determine it for us!

I have found my calling in life and have phrased it up in a simple saying!

-Doug Chandler

“If you can believe in yourself,

But focus on helping others,

Then you have the ability,

To change the world!” – Doug Chandler