Tag Archives: Human Behaviour

Some bankers have compassion.


This was emailed to me by a friend and deserves a place here. Strange how one can cry from hurt, anger, brutality and devastation, causes of sadness,  yet also when its because of the opposite, when your heart is touched … Continue reading

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Philanthropy’s War on Community


Originally posted on The Red Pill News:
  Philanthropy’s War on Community Willliam Schambra – 18 September 2012 The professional elites trained in these world-class institutions would have the expertise necessary to guide, shape, and mold the American people. Psychology…

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Stop Bullying: In Memory of Amanda


Bullying has been a part of life’s challenges in my lifetime, looking at historical records it seems it has been prevalent in the human lifetime, even a natural characteristic in the animal world.  Perhaps it is a component of evolution, … Continue reading

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What Goes Around Comes Back Around.


This story is a bit unbelievable but even if a parable, is true in its nature and in reality. It made me cry and is a valuable lesson for how to live your life. “Be kind, for everyone you meet … Continue reading

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Louis Armstrong had it right – What a Wonderful World!


About time we had some really human, as distinct from animalistic behaviour to publish. Hmmmm! I think I am confused.  Is it possible that human behaviour is “animalistic’ and animal behaviour is what we would like humans to follow? Watch … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges: How to Think


This ‘Sott.net’ post by Chris Hedges runs deep into our comprehension faculty. I like it and have yet to really absorb it all, but it seems to run true, very true in assessing the weirdness of the current world in … Continue reading

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