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Philosophical
August 8, 2017

Pridefall

Pride / Proud - a feeling of pleasure obtained with the inordinate (unreasonable) or excessive proclamation of one owns importance or special significance of one's own group. "Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." Yes, that's a verse from the book of Proverbs. I'm not saying…
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Philosophical
December 2, 2016

Fact vs Argument

How do we know the evolutionary process has yet to begin with humanity? We still love guns and weapons of all types. We still see the color of each others skin. We still partake in man’s conceptualized practices of distorted religious ideologies and think that ours is right. We still…
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Philosophical
December 2, 2016

Extinguish Your Desire

Stop looking for the flame between you and another. Otherwise you will find yourself settling for the first flicker of hope. The consequences of your impatience and fear of being alone will cost you more than you want to pay. Chances are, you are familiar with this cost, yet you…
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Philosophical
December 2, 2016

External Projections

External Projections: Scream The image of the child could be anyone, a bank teller, the driver of the car next to you, your boss or even your mother. However, I chose the child because he creates the strongest emotional reaction to the woman screaming at him through herself. Just about…
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Philosophical
December 2, 2016

Empty Mind

Empty your mind, make space for something new. When someone asks you to describe yourself, what comes to mind? Most of us will reach for the defaults: I’m nice, kind, caring, adventurous, compassionate, funny, etc… Whether we really believe these things about ourselves or not. In most cases, we use…
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Philosophical
December 2, 2016

Diluted Linguistics

Excalibur replicaLet’s discuss what I refer to as diluted linguistics. Before we get to the heart of the subject, we need to first let go of something.. namely, your beliefs.. as they limit your ability to objectively digest subjective material. Lee Papa, founder of the Ganesha Center, commonly uses the…
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PersonalPhilosophical
December 1, 2016

Crazy

Crazy: ie; weird, different, informal, unique, impractical, bizarre, unpredictable, imprudent, misunderstood. So I’ve been told, I’m crazy. I appreciate that. In other words, i do not conform to the societal standard of normal based on the geographical location of this cultured environment. The idea of normal is a collective conglomeration…
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Philosophical
December 1, 2016

Apocalypse

Apocalypse 1125-75; Middle English < Late Latin apocalypsis < Greek apokálypsisrevelation, equivalent to apokalýp (tein) to uncover, reveal It’s no longer about black vs white, jew vs christian, american vs taliban, republican vs democrat, gay vs straight, adult vs child, police vs civilian, citizen vs alien, right vs wrong.. It’s…
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Philosophical
December 1, 2016

Belief = Limitation

Attack of the Chinese Neuro-Trap! “If belief is the foundation of limitation, then pride is the rigid framework upon which the walls of limitation are nailed to.” ~Shane Dieter This video utilizes a the tangible metaphor of a Chinese finger trap (neuro-trap) to visually explain the process of mental agreements,…
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PersonalPhilosophical
December 1, 2016

Dear Mom

Dear friends... I woke up this morning and wrote my mom an email, closing with a question. She has not yet replied, though I’m sure she will. Feel free to reply here mom, if you wish, but not necessary. Nor will I post your reply if you choose to keep…
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