The word new means never having been before, and yet it is consistently used to indicate the repetition of things in our lives. Perhaps, we need to create a distinction for this word, and refer to it only when something is actually new to ourselves and each other.
This use of the word new . . . → Read More: Open Mind
What is consciousness?
This is a question that may elicit various answers or meanings. Generally, it means to be aware of things around you or within yourself.
When talking about consciousness, the possibility of a new consciousness may be difficult to grasp when we do not have a clear meaning of the old one.
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At 9:00 AM on November 19, 1979, I knew nothing. Four hours later, I was the universe.
I had what I now call self transformation. At age 36, I had failed at everything I had done in my life. I’d had about 40 jobs at which I either got fired or quit. I was . . . → Read More: The Death of a Mind
Responsibility is then a cure for not only victimhood, but also, depression, stress, and the sense of loss a person feels when trapped inside of any of the dimensions that the words bring forth. . . . → Read More: Taking Responsibility
The human race has but one problem to solve. If we can solve this problem, any and all perceived problems will melt away. We can then create a world safe for each and every human.
Thought is our one problem as it has taken over our everyday life and now runs us and . . . → Read More: One Problem
If we did not teach our children to want, would they want things?
If we did not teach our children to get more, would they want more?
If we did not tell our children not to lie, would they know what a lie is?
If we kept our word in our lives, would our . . . → Read More: What if?
Why do we need faith, hope, and love? Better yet, what causes us to depend on faith, hope, and love?
First of all, there is no love on planet Earth. That is good news, for if what we now call “love” is love, we are definitely lost.
Because there is no love on the . . . → Read More: Faith, Hope, and Love