Source of Inspiration

The need to control others
is insidious, creeping into
both subtle and not so subtle
deeds. It can be manipulative,
punishing, sly, or overly cruel.
It is easy to deny, self-rightousness
is its banner unfurled.

No one likes to be controlled.
Let’s be very clear about this–
no one! And all of us
are guilty of this at times.
Sometimes we use guilt, other times
aggressive behavior; some use passive
aggressive actions.

Watch for this in yourself and others;
check your intentions. Be villigent
about this, brothers and sisters.
Understand that it comes from a
position of fear, control, power.
The need to control is a widespread
cancer in this world.

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International Politics, Religion, History, war and climate change

United Nations needs to become meaningfully international governance


Living Well

Try growing your own sprouts. All you need are some seeds, a large, clean jar and some netted fabric secured with a band. Soak seeds that have been thoroughly rinsed for the first 24 hours in clean cool water, draining and refreshing the water several times. Store in the dark. Then rinse twice a day with fresh clean water and set in sunlight. Your sprouts will be ready to eat in a week.

the colour purple!

“Eating a RAW food lifestyle is the purest and best way to live. Many of the strongest and longest living animals are raw, such as the panda bear and gorillas. Self love has brought me to a RAW lifestyle. Feeding my body with pure natural energy. Most people’s perception is what has been ingrained inside them by manipulation, but slowly there is a shift in consciousness, one person at a time. People will ask…

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the better part of discretion is STFU

once again


personal opinions are the least authoritative or socially valid – especially when they are vapid, self interested or willfully ignorant.

subject matter expert opinions are based in training, education and work experience – these opinion have merit and validity because they are based in understanding of the issues in a larger context than self interest

professional expert opinions are the ones to most direct public policy and law, because these are derived from the highest levels of education and detailed/extensive working experience that is often too complex for the average or layperson to understand unless they put in the effort to educate themselves either formally or an interest/hobby

outsider science is driving many advances just as outside art pushes the envelope


there’s room for everyone to have and express opinions

but remember that freedom of speech is not limited to first speech

nor is any speech consequence free


justifying rape as happens for a reason is the worst kind of ignorance and amounts to an endorsement and acceptance of rape.

it falls short of hate crime speech, but not by much.