Category Archives: Moral Law

Ground Children, Cage Adults

source, sourceWhen children misbehave in certain ways, parents often send them to their room for punishment. When adults misbehave in certain ways, the mommy-daddy-nanny state chooses to cage people as punishment. These cages are allegedly there for our rehabilitation in a prison system. sourceAs a society, we are not dealing with the problem through a collective pressure in our community […]

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Consciousness, Causality & Free Will – Aggregately Sowing and Reaping Our Collective Reality

Causality is intimately connected with free will and consciousness. We have great degrees of freedom in our ability to choose what to do and the effect it has upon reality. We are causal agents, sowing the seeds within consciousness that grow into the fruits of our labor through our actions that produce effects into reality. We also reap from reality, […]

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Windows of Perception

The default conditioned perceptual window that most of us view our surroundings from creates a fictional worldview and has us “seeing” semblances or proxies for “good”, “order”, “freedom” and “peace”. We then take these false proxies as the real thing. The perceptual veil and illusion of reality has us abdicating our personal responsibility. The system is constructed to insulate us […]

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Some Complexities about the Word “Natural”

As with many words, the word “natural” has nuances in how we use it to reference aspects of reality.   Our innate capacity to collect materials, and use them without transmutation, is a basic form of natural behavior. We (human animals) evolved the capacity to alter chemical compositions at will through technological developments that are built further away from the […]

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Why Do Some People Bully Others and Enjoy Creating Misery and Suffering?

Why do some people abuse others? Why do some people bully others? Why are some people malicious to others? Why are some people looking to create meaningless conflict with others? Why do some people enjoy trolling and harassing others? It comes down to a lack of respect for others, and for themselves ultimately, where they lack the ability to look […]

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Seeking Truth and Morality Comes from the Core of Who We Are

Most of us try to live through the idea of what we consider to be “good”. But our ability to actualize the authentic, genuine, real, true good is limited by various barriers.a Many falsities are accepted as “truth” which creates an illusory perceptual framework of reality that blinds us to what is actually happening. By digging deeper into the false […]

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