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The economy.

If one thinks that the economy is more important than people because it provides for people one has to just look at the state of the under privileged in countries with strong, or relatively strong, economies. ☺

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Exploiting Earthly resources.

The deeper we go below the surface the deeper we go into the spiritual mire.  ☺

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The headlong rush to failure.

The mantra of “Consume or perish!” is live and well: China has been building, and continues to build, cities in order to urbanise many of its people to provide its economy with more consumers as a means to boost its … Continue reading

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War.

War: what a farce – the expression of the basest human instincts. ☺

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Garbage tips.

Those in the garbage tips of the well off, struggling to keep themselves and their children from starvation, are symbols of the abject failure, morally and materially, of our civilization. ☺

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Cost and principle.

When cost is the determining factor higher principles are frequently compromised. ☺

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A culture of prevention.

A culture of prevention now pervades this civilization which, in its attempt to prevent illness, death, accident, injury and a plethora of other such possible “calamities”, is bankrupting its governments. Of course, the root cause of all this is fear … Continue reading

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