Tag Archives: self-justification

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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Discipline.

If one lives where there is no shortage of something it is still beneficial for spiritual growth to use it responsibly whilst reminding oneself that there are those for whom it is scarce or virtually non-existent elsewhere in the world. … 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 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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Excessive profit.

The drivers of the excessive profits so manifest today are the shareholders and the stock markets. ☺

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If something needs to be done.

If something needs to be done do it – but remember, whether something needs to be done is a decision fraught with difficulty. ☺

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Guantanamo prison.

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

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