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Now We Will Get Something Done

Yesterday we saw a wonderful demonstration of what this country was designed to do and does best.

Yesterday we saw citizens of our country who have been neglected and denied their civil rights, the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, stand up and peacefully march on their legislatures and the presidency to demand freedom from the fear of death. 188 more words

The Eternal Mystery of Life

Water is H2O, hydrogen two parts, oxygen one, but there is also a third thing, that makes it water, and nobody knows what it is. 1,828 more words

Act III: The Glorious Miracle Of Life

The Key To HUMAN SURVIVAL! Herbert W Armstrong

The one BIG QUESTION in all our lives, right now,
is that of human SURVIVAL! THE MOST urgent
problem right now is the question of whether, and… 1,573 more words

Hope

The Futile Human Search for Permanence: The Impermanence of All Things Human

Not forever on earth; only a little while here.

Be it jade, it shatters.

Be it gold, it breaks.

Be it a quetzal feather, it tears apart. 2,726 more words

Environment

The Tyrant King

In the history of our immensely fertile planet, which has been a veritable oasis in the cosmic desert of the Universe, there has arisen an extraordinary variety of living organisms, in all shapes and sizes, from the smallest microbe to the largest reptile or mammal. 878 more words

Act III: The Glorious Miracle Of Life

The Difference between Success and Longevity

At the present time, there is, among much of the world’s human population, a dangerous tendency to confound human success with longevity. What I mean by this is that our species’ spectacular cultural and evolutionary success, which is indubitable, is not at all the same as our species’ longevity, for this is an entirely different matter. 1,538 more words

Act III: The Glorious Miracle Of Life

The Myth of Individualism

In Western countries, there is a widespread belief in what I will call the Cult of the Individual. This cult is manifested in things like the emphasis on individual rights, individual freedom or liberty, and individual tastes and preferences. 2,730 more words

Act II: Free-Market Folly: Why Economics Is Not A Science