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Ideology comes from within – part II

I want to talk about two things in this chapter. The first is about the needs of the people, of the society, in comparizon with the decision-making machine so-called "The Government", and the second is about the medieval reactionary thinking.…
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The cogwheels of day-to-day life

It is paramount for us to understand that tools less used tend to harden over time, even tools never used and when we begin to use them they seem hardened and difficult to set in motion. Everything has a beginning, some people say, and…
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Greseala de a fi tu insuti

Permite-ti sa gresesti! Ori de cate ori "o dai in bara", adu-ti aminte ca aceasta face parte din tine, este un functionalism al tau. Nu-l condamna, nu-l pedepsi, nu-l reprima, dar nici nu-l lasa sa refuleze totul ca o teava sparta! Greseala…
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Weekly digest: episode III

I really have nothing to say here. But isn't this normal? Us, people say too much, give our opinions about all the things in the world? We think too much. Living an inspired life means living it from the heart. But where does the mind…
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De ce sa-l faci cand poti sa-l falsifici?

E o vorba romaneasca: "interesul isi poarta fesul (pe ochi)" . De multe ori ignoram aceste zicale din batrani, iar de cele mai multe ori ne incercam norocul. Mai era o vorba romaneasca: "scopul scuza mijloacele" . Ochelarii de cal pe…
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Weekly digest: episode II

I saw a lecture on the link between suffering and success on Talks at Google where the lecturers show some interesting examples of super-survivors of traumas, sufferings, traumatic stress or terminal illnesses and their radical transformation…
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Daily digest: episode I

Some people told me that if I'm in some sort of bad times, that things go wrong in my life, things seem to crumble just before my eyes, I should be present, conscious of me, of everything and everyone that surround me. I think it's more than…