Monthly Archives: July 2013

Out of sight, out of mind.

The use of insinkerators is a lazy and costly way of waste disposal. Out of sight, out of mind! Passing the buck! ☺

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Intellectual slavery and ignorance.

Wittingly or unwittingly religions may hold their followers in intellectual slavery and ignorance but none can contain Spirit. ☺

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The grand red carpet.

The grand red carpet, now, often, a hundred times bigger than it used to be, is an indication of inflated egos and money being wasted. ☺

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Gourmet food.

Gourmet food can be considered an entitlement but from a bountifully finite Earth and as long as there is no one starving. ☺

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The modern white grin.

Unnaturally white teeth in a mirthless, insincere arrangement of the mouth is the now fashionable “smile”. Yet another artifice.  ☺

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One-eyed.

We applaud and look up to a nation’s material accomplishments but ignore or cannot see its moral turpitude. ☺

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The solitary journey.

In the final analysis our spiritual journey is solitary – those we meet on the way are pilgrims like us but we encounter them for the specific experience and the opportunity to learn from what the encounter presents. ☺

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