Category Archives: Current Events

How Ordinary People Can Resist the Reset

If you’re vaguely uncomfortable with the way things are going these days, and are starting to suspect that there may just be something to the talk about elite parasites, and how they want to, well, take over the world and … Continue reading

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Anger Management

We are deliberately being baited, by the news and politicians, into a state of anger and fear. Continue reading

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Freedom Isn’t a “Want.” It’s a Need.

There are a lot of things we want in life, and few things we actually need. Which is not to say that what we want isn’t important: it is. And be assured that as time goes by and the billionaires … Continue reading

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Don’t Despair. But Do, Do Think

It’s okay to feel irritated. These aren’t so much “unprecedented times” as they are alarming ones. You know, for freedom; human dignity; the right to choose what we do and do not inject into our bodies; the ability to move … Continue reading

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First and Foremost, Trust Yourself

Of all the people we are instructed to trust, when are we ever encouraged to trust ourselves? Continue reading

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Finding Truth in a World of Questionable Facts

The challenge of living in an information society is sifting through the facts and determining what is true and what is false. Continue reading

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Obedience Is Not a Virtue

Kindness, goodness, honesty, compassion — these are virtues worth seeking. But obedience — it’s not a virtue. Continue reading

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We Learn More from a Dead Leaf Than from Our Smart Phone

Do we think when we access information from our phones? Or do we merely accept the informational food we are fed? Continue reading

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How Do We Know What’s True?

Truth is not something we are told; it is something we seek. And in seeking it, we ask questions, express doubts, ask for proof. When we are discouraged from doing that, we need to ask why. Continue reading

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Wearing Masks — What Happens When We Do This?

Masks come in all forms. Some, like Halloween masks, conceal the entire face. A domino goes over the eyes. A surgical mask blocks the nose and mouth. Regardless of what type of masks they are, they all do the same … Continue reading

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