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Forgiveness Is Overrated

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com Journalist David Sirota has just published an excellent op-ed titled “America’s new aristocracy lives in an accountability-free zone”, which begins with the observation that “Enron executives were among the last politically connected criminals to face any serious … Continue reading

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Love and Let Love: Overcoming Egocentric Love

By Gary Z. McGee Source: The Mind Unleashed “Love could be labeled poison and we’d drink it anyway.” ~Atticus Love is a tricky subject. It’s multifaceted, both subjectively and objectively. It’s both lost and found within the complex folds of … Continue reading

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8 Simple Steps to Forgive Even the Unforgivable

  By Christina Sarich Source: Yoga for the New World Are you feeling resentment? Pain? Anguish? Perhaps even fury? It doesn’t matter if your emotions are directed at the general idiocy of a government that seems bought-out by an elitist … Continue reading

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