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The Gift of Freedom to Ourselves

When we allow others to have their own opinion without trying to censor them, we are practicing love; we are becoming free ourselves. Censorship not only oppresses others, but it imprisons the oppressors more than anyone else. 18 more words

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Rabble Rousers Anonymous

I was not allowed to speak up or speak out as a child. I was punished for talking back. I was punished for asking questions. I was punished for questioning the status-quo. 390 more words

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Opinon Costume Party

I was just thinking every point of view is like an outfit. Just like we have all these clothes to wear and how it’s so much fun to try on different clothes and wear them for a day or a period of time in our lives, I find the same with opinions. 302 more words

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The Holiness of Paradox

As our souls expand, we might peacefully hold two opposing views in our minds at once. For example, you can hold a view that life is hard and how this planet is hell all the while having a knowing that everything has purpose, everything is perfect and going as it should be. 279 more words

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We Are Our Own Snopes

As a member of some Facebook groups, I hear often in both dietary and spiritual communities questions like “Should I trust this person?” People ask about books, authors, doctors, gurus and so on. 88 more words

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Yoga for the Mind

The ability to stretch and bend your mind outside of sitting on and defending/protecting your beliefs is a commendable trait.

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Being OK with Being Wrong

Being wrong is death for some people and they may go on into their adult lives trying to prove they are right.

Liberation is only found in being OK with being wrong and having no problem admitting you are sometimes wrong and there are some things you just don’t know.

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