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The Coronavirus Is Not the Plague: The Plague Is US

By Edward Curtin Source: Behind the Curtain “Two categories of propaganda must be distinguished.  The first strives to create a permanent disposition in its objects and constantly needs to be reinforced.  Its goal is to make the masses ‘available,’ by … Continue reading

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As the Spiritual Tsunami Arrives, How Will You Be?

By Open Source: Wake Up World When people reach the end of their lives and look back, it’s not the things they did do that they regret. It’s the things they didn’t. You have a dream in your heart, that … Continue reading

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David Ray Griffin’s The Christian Gospel for Americans: A Systematic Theology

By Edward Curtin Source: Behind the Curtain A Review   There are very few writers who have done more to try to open the public’s mind to the evil nature of the American empire than David Ray Griffin.  His series of … Continue reading

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Coronavirus reminds us we are organisms in an environment

By Kurt Cobb Source: Resilience A close friend of mine, a professor of English literature, has been researching American philosopher John Dewey, whose book Quest for Certainty captivated me so much many years ago that I read it again right … Continue reading

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Healing the Self, Healing The World – Ruminations About Humanity & Awakening

By Bernhard Guenther Source: Veil of Reality Introduction Life is becoming increasingly more complex. With the rise of the internet, we have access to more information than at any other time in recorded history. The information keeps increasing in a world … Continue reading

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It’s better to focus on where you are going than how you are feeling

By Christian Jarrett Source: aeon The notion that emotional pain and suffering reflect a deviation from a default happy baseline has been referred to as the ‘assumption of healthy normality’. But it’s a mistaken assumption. Estimates of the lifetime prevalence of psychiatric … Continue reading

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Omens, Portents, Karma and the Mandate of Heaven

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds The question of legitimacy isn’t limited to China. what makes humans unique among social mammals? Some say humor, I would nominate superstition: regardless of how hard we promote our rationality and logic, humanity … Continue reading

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The Power of Vulnerability

By Milan Karmeli Source: Collective Evolution Vulnerability is about being honest, and this includes embracing our dark side. No matter whether we find ourselves on the conservative spectrum or liberal, we often abuse morals and ideals in order to avoid … Continue reading

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