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Permanent mental and physical illness.

Is “mentally disadvantaged” and “physically disadvantaged” the correct or most suitable term for those of us permanently afflicted with mental and/or physical illness? Would not “mentally impedimented” or “physical impedimented” be more correct and acceptable? The reason for this question … Continue reading

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The Edgar Cayce readings.

These readings, whose source was not the mind or an intellectual one, mentioned numerous crucial facts decades before humans became aware of them and acted upon some or became aware of them through science. Examples are: the benefit of bi-carbonate … Continue reading

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Prolonging human life.

The cause of the obsession with prolonging human life is ignorance – ignorance of the reality and fundamental purpose of life. ☺

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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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Radical medical intervention.

Radical medical intervention in a person’s health is counter to that person’s spiritual wellbeing and progress. ☺

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What to eat.

Unlike humans other animals usually know what to eat for their own good. ☺

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Inventions.

Anyone can invent something but everyone decides what to do with it. For example take the wheel and explosives. ☺

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