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Happy Place

We all have that one place in the whole wide world that makes our lives complete, that allows us to escape the hustle and bustle that is our every day lives and relax within that place, whether it is a 1920s-themed club where everybody is dancing in glittering flapper dresses and the men are dressed in classy suits, or a coffee shop, the smell of organic coffee wafting through your nostrils, acoustic indie music playing live in the background as you click away at the keyboard in front of you. 428 more words

Why we need to let go of other people's expectations and opinions of us.

For years I’ve battled with thoughts of what other people think of me, what they say about me, acting a certain way to fit in, dressing a certain way to gain acceptance, actually thinking about what career or job would carry the most gravitas with my friends. 433 more words

How minimalism pushed me to be me.

Minimalism taught me how to listen to myself, how to be decisive; to feel more free to be me.  It promotes clarity so my energy is focused on things that matter.   127 more words


The Covert Op To Neuter The Rebel

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com | JonRappoport.wordpress.com
Jon Rappoport
February23, 2017

If you want to track a civilization as it collapses, watch what happens to the concept of the rebel. 1,176 more words


Freedom to roam

       What was all that hullabuloo last night Sir Winston?

You were making a right racket.  When I came out to investigate what you were up to there was no sign of you. 550 more words

Extraordinarily Ordinary....

Existence and its Manifestation….”Life”is Ordinary… Absolutely Ordinary…Absolutely Uniform…Yet Absolutely Unique…

All trees are ordinary…All flowers are ordinary.. All Fruits are Ordinary… Yet Unique intrinsically and that’s why special…from an Existential Perspective… 120 more words


“A problem occurs when the individual sees their place in the group, instead of their place in the whole”

The problem today is that people focus on their place in the systems that they have some form of control over: family and work mostly, instead of working towards understanding higher systems and how they can use those systems: the collected and universal consciousness found in humanity and in all things both great and small; and how higher levels of understanding will have a direct affect over the outcomes of our actions on every level, both higher and lower.

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