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Tender Conscience

When will our consciences grow so tender that we will act to prevent human misery rather than avenge it?

~ Eleanor Roosevelt

"Freedom"

You will knead enough dough

for dozens of loaves

but will taste not a morsel

for you are free to slave for others

while your children stare in store front windows… 103 more words

Poetry

Physic reality and Mysticism

In the picture I have tried show the physic reality as are presented by modern physic science, but also with a strong relationship with the points of view of many spiritual traditions. 472 more words

Self Realization

Three short quotes

Inspire those around you and compete with the one inside you!

Those who support you when you cannot support yourself, are the ones you should cherish. 11 more words

Follow Your (Informed) Conscience

(Conscience) can mean (a) the pressure a man feels upon his will to do what he thinks is right; (b) his judgment as to what the content of right and wrong are.

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C.S. Lewis

That so-called conflict with the so-called conscience

I guess when we are young it is quite easy for us to categorize things into two broad groups; bad and good. Our criterion is pretty simple; Parent’s and favorite teacher’s take on various things. 728 more words

Philosophy

Balance

Balance

Where can we attain the balance?

Is it in our rhythm?

Or lack of it?

Is it in our sense of individuality?

Or is it in our collectivity? 227 more words

Conscience