Tag Archives: Philosophy

Waxing Philosophical.


A’ thoughts’ post born of a sleepless couple of hours one night. Not exactly meditating which would be an inward trip, but trying to understand the big picture. An attempt to incite a serious response. The universe. Unlike the classic … Continue reading

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Psychopath Vs. Empath: The War Between Truth And Deception


Getting in deep here!  From ‘Collectively Conscious’, posted by Satyapriya. ““If you would be a real seeker after truth,” wrote Rene Descartes, “it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.” … Continue reading

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7 Signs You May be a Victim of Statism


Synchronicity is the word! From the previous post on personal freedoms, an immediate sighting of this article by Gary ‘Z’ McGee, Waking Times , published by ‘The Mind Unleashed‘ “The State is the name of the coldest of all cold monsters. … Continue reading

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Waking Up is Hard to Do


With so much drama currently being enacted and imposing a deluge of information into our lives, this particular post delves into a very real aspect of our understanding – how do we react to new information? How do we perceive … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Junior. A philosophy on human behaviour.


Why this topic? It’s inspired by my “addiction” to blogging and Facebook where I have collected a number of “friends” who have similar ideas to me about justice  and the associated “lack of”, in the modern world. Maybe it was … Continue reading

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Why are some people evil?


I too continually wonder about the contrasting behaviour and attitudes of the extremes in our human race. Will seek out your recommended book, I well know how much I have to learn.

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BFP EyeOpener Report-The Psychology of Cognitive Dissonance


From ‘BFP’ (Boiling Frogs Post), by Sibel Edmonds, this article on a topic of much interest to me. Particularly in the instance of discussions, via internet comments, with persons on the “warmist” side of the ‘global warming’ debate. Neither side … Continue reading

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Two households, full time job, bi-coastal, and more


Originally posted on Musings from the Chiefio:
Sigh. Despite my best intent, and a few dozen pages of notes on a dozen topics, I’ve not kept up with postings. What can I say. I’m maintaining 2 households, have a full…

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Changing your mind


Originally posted on LionAroundWriting:
A philosophical point I want to address is the act of changing ones opinion on a matter. We all have opinions. Sometimes they are subjective, other times they are based on information. This latter case changes…

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Getting Real with Reality


This post reaches deep into our processes of thought, conception and self-awareness just as it reaches deep into what might actually be reality, what the author calls true reality, because an individual’s concepts are simply that, and true reality is … Continue reading

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