Monthly Archives: April 2013

The natural condition.

In its natural condition any thing in nature exists in relation to its surrounds and  is designed to work in, or from, its natural condition. Hence, to use any thing in any other than its natural condition, that is to … Continue reading

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Progress.

Since the advent of progress we have regressed physically and spiritually. ☺

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Fashion.

Fashion emerged amongst the aristocracy of old as a counter to boredom and still is an indulgence by the rich, or fashion victims, at the expense of the poor. ☺

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Man’s “Word of God”.

There is no place in life for man made “laws” touted as the word of God whether as a result of ignorance or design. ☺

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Same sex marriage.

Provided that equality in all respects exists in law legalizing a ceremony is irrelevant. What matters is the commitment of the individuals involved and tolerance by all others. Any authentic religious or spiritual teaching promotes the latter. ☺

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The “Pearly Gates” – a major conundrum.

In westernised countries the eagerness to stay alive for as many years as possible is causing ever increasing huge costs to governments in medical care, pharmaceuticals, housing and other ancillary needs of the elderly. In these same countries the predominant … Continue reading

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Armed forces.

Over the last few decades the progressive increase in the number of security personnel and the exponential increase in the armaments of both security and military personnel has become necessary due to us, as a whole, having a less civilized … Continue reading

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