Welcome to More FACT than FICTION by K.E.Perrott author of ‘Infinity 48’. Let’s think outside the box!
I don’t know what it was about this week, but the number of negative, pessimistic people or at least the tone of the conversations I had with some people had a decidedly defeatist feel about the subjects I raised.
I always promote discussions about how bright the future for humanity will be; at every opportunity and with as many different people as I can.
This week I came across more than my fair share of people who couldn’t see the glass half full. You know the types. Not only do they see the glass half empty, they think that’s all we deserve. They say things like; ‘Be careful what you wish for.’
It’s precisely that uninspired thinking that urged me to write my novel. This is what I wrote on the news page of my website and on my Face Book page when I launched ‘Infinity 48’.
“I wrote ‘Infinity 48’ after observing over the years, the resigned sadness and overwhelming pessimism by the majority of people which surmised that humanity would always be plagued with violence and corruption, death, disease and unfair political systems. And further insisting that they could only see a large number of earth’s population would always succumb to devastating, disgusting and dire conditions. Certainly, as the story scenario of ‘Infinity 48’ demonstrates, there are major hurdles for humanity to overcome. But are they insurmountable? I don’t think so.
It is almost impossible to find positive hopeful theories about future humans… books, movies and discussions mostly see future humans in gruff difficult circumstances as we go forward. Not only do they see us still fighting and killing each other but taking that aggression out into our universe. They see advancements in technology as we go forward and as it takes us out into space but they don’t see humans changing as we move forward or acting any different. It seems people can’t imagine us growing out of our barbaric prehistoric skins; but I can!
‘Infinity 48’ is an adventure unlike any other. It’s about ideas, possibilities and the consequences of those. I hope it moves people to think outside the box. It explores all the old questions about humanity, its being, about its direction and addresses a myriad of new questions. It illuminates the huge potential and great possibilities for the future and for a humane humanity; freed from murder, illness and labour.
I hope you enjoy reading ‘Infinity 48’ and recommend it to others.”
Let’s all try to think ‘humans’ not country of origin, political views, race or a person’s religion. Let’s believe in each other; in humanity. I know it’s hard when we look around us – the news, TV, heck next door sometimes and in our own suburbs… things aren’t great! But it’s not humanities fault as a whole that’s letting us down; because we’re not operating as one whole. The system – the world as it is, is set up to fail us at every turn. We need to make many changes and I have faith in humans, we can do it! Let’s get on with it…
Let me know what you think.
To read pages of ‘Infinity 48’ please visit: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Nz_d2VHhWpMC&lpg=PP1&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q=&f=false
To purchase your copy of ‘Infinity 48’ please go to: www.infinity48.com
Bye for now, and good thinking.