Tag Archives: freedom

Do what we say or millions will die!

A message from our humble overlords leaders: “We have some troubling news to give you. We are faced with a artifical threat none of us have faced in our lives. But if we stand united, we will overcome this adversity and emerge stronger than before in our commitment to destroying preserving freedom, life and happiness.” Leaders everywhere go on to describe how a threat, X, is […]

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Caring for Truth and the Responsibility to Learn

A large part of who we are as an ego-personality-identity self-construct, is socially engineered through our environment. Conformity to the standardized norms of acceptability imbues a certain pattern of thought and behavior. Our conditioning into a certain pattern and way of living produces a level of consciousness. Are we living responsibility if we continue to live through our unthinking, programmed […]

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My “Freedom”, My “Truth”, My “Life” and My “Survival”

Is freedom, truth, life and survival only about you? Many of us say we want freedom. What are we saying and what are we doing? We want the “freedom” to do what we want to do. We want the “freedom” to pursue entertainment, gratifications, pleasures, and other appearances and distractions. “Real freedom? I just want my personal ‘freedom’, not all […]

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The Power of Unbecoming, Apophasis and Wei Wu Wei – Empower Yourself to Change, and Change the World!

New Years brings a focus on change. Doing something new. But, what if there was actually more power, not in doing something new, but in stopping to do something old that you are currently doing? There are many injustices, wrongdoings and immoralities in the world. Many things that are wrong are being supported by many of us, even if we’re […]

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Exceeding the Limits of Interaction in a Community Leads to Control

Social cooperation, harmony and integrity upon values, and having your voice heard and represented unanimously, are based upon the interaction each member as with others. There are limits to this interaction based on the amount of people in a community. The larger the community, the less someone’s voice can be heard in a fair unanimous representation. There is only a […]

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