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What are the view points of others with in these changes? These Events?Prayer Back In School, In God We Trust, Aerial Exorcisms. what else.Incase any who read this haven't heard this mentioned, than…Continue
What is your Favorite Koan, Parable, Paradox, and or any type of Riddle? Why? What do you think it means? What does it truly mean? What do you think of the other posted Riddles by other people?Continue
Who Am I is an error statement. For when one states who I am. It is actually what am I, or What I am. It is a what not a who. The self is nothing more than a label. Labels are an identification, but does not actually exist. In this process it is often the ego grasping.
The concept of self just like many within our existence is an illusion crafted by the mind. What one perceives is a mental construct, what the mind perceives is not often reality.
" To free the body is to free the mind to free the mind is to free the spirit to free the spirit is to enter harmony, and peace. "
( from Eastern Text " Foolishness is knowing truth and Choosing differently." " Ignorance is A leading cause to suffering ") the word ignorance has the word ignore in it. after thinking f these two quotes. and looking into the word ignorance i have come to notice the word ignore. It isn't necessarily the ignorance that is the issue, but the fact…Continue
Poly means many.
Ticks are blood sucking parasites.
interesting when one breaks down politics.
Something I have long realized yet never really verbalised. Politics is nothing more than a being/spirit telling a being/spirit what to do, who to be etc... It is a being/spirit saying who is better and such. yet in truth we write our own destiny yet we try to control an others destiny. The need for politics is one of those necessary that is not a necessary.
Currently in college this is my Journal entry assignment and answer
Describe an important course correction you have made in the past. Explain how you, became aware that you were off course, what you did to change course, and how your efforts turned out. Most important, what did you learn from this experience.…Continue