Tag Archives: fear

Motivation.

Two motivators of mental or physical action are fear and a sense of essential morality. The first is of no spiritual benefit and the second is. Note: The situation of flight or fight is irrelevant here because it is to … Continue reading

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Fear and reason.

Fear dispels reason and, used properly, reason dispels fear. ☺

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Guantanamo prison.

Keep it open. It is needed – the U.S.A. will see to it. ☺

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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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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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Decibels and dissent.

We are more vociferous and noisy about what we disagree with than what we agree with. Hence, the often disproportionate influence of the noisy minority to that of the silent majority. ☺

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