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Perpetuating Wrong Through Feel-Good Attachment and Fear

People are convinced that perpetuating their own self-enslavement by voting masters to run aspects of their life, is a “good”, “moral” and “responsible” action. Trying to negate this reality with direct truth often creates the backfire effect where people reject the deeply contrasting and contradictory truth in favor of their attached falsities. They think they are good, especially doing action […]

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Truth and Free Will Valuation: Which is Inviolable?

Is truth inviolable, unbreakable and incorruptible, or is free will? Can truth attempt to violate free will, or does free will attempt to violate truth? Is truth more valued than free will, or is free will more valued than truth? What do you value more? What is more highly positioned in importance? PDF of images More text from images: A […]

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Questions, Answers and Beliefs

Many people will accept the beliefs and concepts that are espoused by others, often because the answers they provide are to deep questions that are unanswered, unanswered questions that create a darkness and void in comprehension. Questions thought of, but unanswered, can lead to confusion, doubt, insecurity, discomfort, anxiety and even fear. Fear of the unknown, of not having a […]

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