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“I am not who you think I am; I am not who I think I am; I am who I think you think I am ”


― Thomas Cooley, 


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Without risk there is no faith. ~Soren Kierkegaard

Everyday life requires us to do the best we can with the means at our disposal. Because we cannot know everything, we often end up taking things on trust and making a lot of assumptions. There is nothing wrong with making assumptions, as long as we are aware that- that is what we are doing. But taking things on trust always involves taking risk.

Faith assumes many forms in everyday life. The notion of faith is perhaps most commonly encountered in the religious context, and indeed religions are now often called "faiths." Faith doubtless had a role to play in some or all religions, and finds its most extreme expression in the words of the theologian Tertullian, it is certain because it is impossible. At its extreme, faith may involve believing the apparently unbelievable. However, everyday life routinely involves far less drastic or dramatic demonstrations of faith. In all kinds of ways, faith is what gets a lot of people through the day. Faith may be seen as the counterpart to the ancient form of Scepticism associated with Pyrrho. The Sceptics refused to pass judgement where evidence was not overwhelming, which meant that they rarely if ever passed judgement at all. Faith, on the other hand, involves choosing to believe something despite the fact that the evidence is not overwhelming. If the evidence were overwhelming, faith would not be needed. Because the evidence is not overwhelming, there is always the chance of being wrong. That is why Kierkegaard saw an obvious connection between risk and faith. Faith is inherently dangerous because it could always be misplaced.
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"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure."
-Marianne Williamson



Taking ownership of your power can seem difficult and uncomfortable, but in the long run, it's much easier to exercise your own concept of power than it is to blindly follow authority. Throughout our lives, we have been indoctrinated with the notion that people in power and authority are more valuable than ourselves, and that we as individuals are insignificant. This is probably explains why we revere celebrities and other famous and powerful people, because we actually think that these people are more important than ourselves. When we start to imitate celebrities and other influential people in terms of fashion and values, we essentially disregard our own uniqueness.
Attaining personal power can provide you with a sense of calm and confidence that comes from knowing that you create your own reality. Everyone is confronted with life's challenges, but what matters is what you do about it. Personal power is about knowing and trusting that you create your own reality and can change it at any time. It can provide you with a motivation to think in new ways, take more risks and say no to the things that hold no value for you so that you can move forward. As a rule, feeling powerlessness should never interfere with our personal growth and success. Rather than giving our power away to others, it is important to understand that each of us has the ability to become the powerful individuals we are always meant to be. We are born into a world not of our making. Most of us just accept that this is the way things are and try to work inside the system as best as possible. But as responsible citizens, we can no longer sit idly by and just let things happen. First, we need to put down the TV remote and educate, examine and open our minds to new ways of thinking so we can help solve problems that have been slowly developing over the years. It's time to work together to achieve a plan of action for social change, one that works towards a peaceful and sustainable civilization, and one that is free from slavery in all it's forms. From childhood we have been taught that our nation is governed by a "democratic" process, and it is becoming more evident by the day that an elected party can trample the rights of the citizens as easily as sitting monarch or dictator. As each day passes, more awakened Americans are affirming that they are no longer content remaining silent witnesses to the line of injustices being perpetuated by our criminal government. This corrupt system controls and manipulates society by sufficiently dumbing-down the population, making us docile and eventually disarming citizens which will make us completely defenseless. When the government receives enough power to completely control the masses, the real tyranny will begin, and it may then be too late to effectively resist. The growing tranny in America is turning countless citizens into reluctant activists showing that they are no longer placated by joining protesting demonstrations that usually accomplish nothing.

A true revolution would occur if the public understood what is really happening to their world, and who is pulling the strings behind this corrupt system. One of the ways to change our country is to boycott corporations whose policies benefit only the wealthy and replace it with that solely benefits the public. Some people may doubt whether or not boycotting and replacing this elitist system that now oppresses our society is even possible, but we will never know if we continue to do nothing. Our freedom will return when we stop being dependent on the system for food, water, health, money, security and manufactured goods -that's true independence. regrettably, many of us don't realize that our daily patronage of the global elite's corporations, institutions, and organizations endow them with nearly limitless power, wealth and control. Although a single Coke or Pepsi could seem like an inconsequential contribution to this massive global corporation, it is through billions of people buying their products on a daily basis that gives the elite considerable power, wealth and influence. When we take into an account that from month to month our earnings either go to taxes or large corporate interests, we'll begin to understand why there exists such a large gap between the power and influence of the global elite and our own. Real change cannot be attained overnight, but with hard work and a willingness to work together, it can be achieved. Over time, if each one of us took action towards accomplishing new ways to build a free society based on mutual cooperation, we could turn our world toward a more positive direction. Today, the power elite who dominate the planet, only do so because they posses an immense network involving billions of people wittingly or unwittingly contributing to their agenda.

The true power of the people doesn't always necessitate hitting the pavement and protesting all the things we wish to change. To rebalance this situation in our favor, we must stop giving our money, time and attention to the elite's corporations; if we do, the power of the wealthy of the wealthy corporations and the system itself could end if we simply changed our choices such as:

-stop drinking Coke or Pepsi

-stop shopping at Walmart

-stop eating at corporate-junk food restaurants

-canceling all credit cards

-canceling all but internet connections

-becoming local deputies instead of joining the military

Our pursuits and pastimes can either completely empower us or they can inhibit our growth and progress as human beings and as a society. When we choose to vegetate behind the television watching sports, consuming alcohol, and watch Hollywood movies, we are not only entertaining ourselves but we're also promoting the institutions that oppress us. Peace, progress, and prosperity is something average people have always yearned for. So, we must now get started to help in whatever capacity that we can create our own local networks to carry out a collective agenda that is independent of the global elite's, and create a new society that is based on positive progress. When we band together, form our own organizations and focus our collective power, only then will social change happen. It doesn't need to be a well-oiled organization at first, it can simply be a group of hobbyist or enthusiasts of any variety that get together simply to pool resources and share interests. It is important that we have a full understanding of how necessary it is to organize and work together as a community, rather than hand over our responsibilities to a centralized government with corporate interests. Progressive social change can result from extensive public education, sustained agitation, and inspired collaboration across the divides of race, gender and class. In the midst of all the turmoil, conflict, pessimism and cynicism surrounding us, there can be growing movements that would transform our world into one that values and respects all people, life and the gifts that nature has given us. We can no longer accept the answer, "that's the way we've always done it." We need new ways of doing things in every aspect of our society. A real revolution can happen today, but not by burning cities and masked rebels waving flags, but with communities that no longer depend on a corrupt an unjust system we all know must come to an end.
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For sure never try to change a person.......
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The State of Being Regretful:

A life without regret is without compassion, for regrets are recognition of learned experiences.

The state of being regretful is therefore the consequence of a renewed perspective. Given if what had been regreted was added value to one's life by means of experiences.

Therefore, to have apologized for any misfortune is an expression that is attributed to a learning experience.

As human beings we are expected to make mistakes, because to believe anything differ would have impled a sense of perfection in a man which does not exist.

Thus, mistakes are that which we learn from when that which has been mistaken is repairable.

Another form of regret is value added by emotions cherished with love. We are emotional being who tends to express our feelings with love.

We are regretful not always because we've been wrong, but only because we can at times fail to show compassion to our love ones.

The last form of regret is not really regret; it’s a form of revenge. Missed opportunities which could have been consequential.

This type of regret effectuate by revenge can also be looked upon as being the highest form of a moral conduct where a person refrain oneself from committing an immoral act despite the prevailing circumstances.

According to Immanuel Kant, this is the type of goodness that come from a struggle, where the person really want to sin, but still find somehow to do the right thing.

This type of ethical code is best categorized as deontological ethic, where the cause (duty) is sprung from our ability to think and reason.

In someways, the only time we've experienced true regret is when the consequence of what was regretful cannot be reverted.

Although we may have learned from it, the types of punishments we've suffered is not equivalent to the learning experience had we made different choices.
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The State of Being Regretful:

A life without regret is without compassion, for regrets are recognition of learned experiences.

The state of being regretful is therefore the consequence of a renewed perspective. Given if what had been regreted was added value to one's life by means of experiences.

Therefore, to have apologized for any misfortune is an expression that is attributed to a learning experience.

As human beings we are expected to make mistakes, because to believe anything differ would have impled a sense of perfection in a man which does not exist.

Thus, mistakes are that which we learn from when that which has been mistaken is repairable.

Another form of regret is value added by emotions cherished with love. We are emotional being who tends to express our feelings with love.

We are regretful not always because we've been wrong, but only because we can at times fail to show compassion to our love ones.

The last form of regret is not really regret; it’s a form of revenge. Missed opportunities which could have been consequential.

This type of regret effectuate by revenge can also be looked upon as being the highest form of a moral conduct where a person refrain oneself from committing an immoral act despite the prevailing circumstances.

According to Immanuel Kant, this is the type of goodness that come from a struggle, where the person really want to sin, but still find somehow to do the right thing.

This type of ethical code is best categorized as deontological ethic, where the cause (duty) is sprung from our ability to think and reason.

In someways, the only time we've experienced true regret is when the consequence of what was regretful cannot be reverted.

Although we may have learned from it, the types of punishments we've suffered is not equivalent to the learning experience had we made different choices.
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As we move through our days, many of us act as psychic garbage collectors vacuuming in other people's feelings. Woman are especially prone to taking on everyone else's problems. The more sensitive we are, the more debris we collect. Since we have more than enough of our own garbage to deal with, it is essential we have the courage to let go of that which is not ours to carry. Cleansing our own bodies gives us the stamina and energy to begin another day. In order to free ourselves from inappropriate feelings we have been subjected to during the day, it is wise to experientially symbolize purifying our emotional bodies. One excellent way to do this is to take a shower or bath and, as you soak in or stand under the pouring water, imagine any limiting, defeating, and depressing feelings or beliefs being rinsed away. In as vivid a way as you can, see the emotions that are not yours swirling down the drain away from you. It is not your responsibility to shoulder them. Now visualize and feel the purifying water saturating the cleansed areas with love and energy.
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