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Skyscrapers.

The higher they go the less we have our feet on the ground. ☺

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The immediate future of life on Earth.

In the case of the majority of us the preoccupation with things of little consequence distances them from the catastrophic climatic changes ahead, often affecting their descendants more than themselves, so much so that the sober predictions and warnings of … Continue reading

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Little boxes.

When people think of themselves as “a good” Christian or Buddhist or Muslim or Hindu or whatever they are simply compartmentalising themselves; putting themselves into a little box with a label when all they need to do is be a … Continue reading

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Meat farming and consumption.

As long as there are Earthlings who are attracted to the taste of meat there will be Earthlings who farm the animals for slaughter. This is necessary for both sets to work towards the spiritual goal of unqualified, total respect … Continue reading

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The purpose of Earthly life.

The purpose of Earthly life is to enable us return to our original, fundamental state of tranquility, of blisstasy, through enlightenment. ☺

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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 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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