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Family, Culture, Tradition and Immorality

The control system man has created is not the only place where man tries to be “God” and create insane “laws” for others to live by. This also occurs in the closest identification of the family circle. People will invent ludicrous expectations from “family” members, invent “codes” of honor, etc. A father declares that his daughters cannot marry foreigners, the […]

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Belief and Disbelief

Belief is easier than disbelief. To remove the introduction of a concept requires effort, as it is more active than the passive assimilation of perceptual input, and the passive continual acceptance of retaining a concept. If you can easily explain away any confusion in reality, you most likely lack knowledge and have beliefs that forbid nothing, everything is resolvable by […]

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Why Does Nothing Change?

Everyone, for the most part, is focused on their lives, their enjoyment, and their pleasure gratification. Once you let go of the infatuation and attachment to pleasure, you let room in for more important things to take up the “spiritual” currencies we have in life: time and attention. The “spiritual” journey and quest towards greater aspects of Truth, is to […]

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Caring Enough to Take Real World Action

The full segment from Mark Passio’s Street-Wise Spirituality presentation 2014-05-31 http://whatonearthishappening.com/podcast Having enough knowledge to know what action will lead to a better outcome, not just taking action indiscriminately or randomly. It certainly is not about remaining passive in the face of all the evil taking place and accepting it as it is. It will take a collective act of […]

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