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Man can never be happy while he is not doing the right thing. The basic beginning of man in the Garden of Eden suggests an innocence that soon fell foul of his desire for self determination. 1,155 more words



And you surrender…
to your scattered thoughts,
displaced logic,
abstract intuition,
gripping your conscience,
whispering the truth in your heart.
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Which Sides Are You On

Portrait of Benjamin Lay

William Williams, Sr. (1727 – 1791)

by Marcus Rediker

It was September 1738, and Benjamin Lay had walked 20 miles, subsisting on “acorns and peaches,” to reach the Quakers’ Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. 818 more words


Digesting our world

I’ve reached the conclusion that thinking and digesting have very much in common.

We can’t do it by our own. Those of us who don’t cooperate/speak with those around them, don’t have what to eat or what to think about. 105 more words

Mutual Respect