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Settled for the Lies

She had, settled for the lies, because she had no choice!  Settled for the lies, but why?  It seemed so stupid, in the eyes of others, but, she knew that that, was what she must do… 177 more words

The Self

Vanishing Point

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Turning courses

Letting you loose and letting you go

in an effort for you to experience the errors of your ways

 Still, you remain hell-bent… 125 more words


My Brief Sojourn into Scientology

(Before you read on further let me make one thing perfectly clear. I am neither against or for the Church of Scientology in anyway shape or form. 1,285 more words

Op-Ed Piece

Quote of the Day | 22 April 2015

“The Good News means we can stop lying to ourselves. The sweet sound of amazing grace saves us from the necessity of self-deception.”

Brennan Manning


A Frank Admission of Guilt

The idea that philosophers are in pursuit of ‘K’nowledge for ‘K’nowledge’s own sake, or that philosophers are seeking to follow ‘R’eason as it leads them to ‘T’’ruth are ideas that are no longer popular in academia. 639 more words


Comments on Self Deception

There is a psychological phenomenon that I think is responsible for at least some of the persisting disagreement around philosophical, political, and religious issues. Philosophers refer to it as self deception. 512 more words

Self-Deception – the staple of Satan

In John 8:33, we find an incredible statement by the leadeship in Israel, “We be Abraham’s seed, and were never in bondage to any man… 511 more words

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