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Thought Prison 

Your ego is a set of thoughts that define your universe. It’s like a familiar room built of thoughts; you see the universe through its windows. You are secure in it, but to the extent that you are afraid to venture outside, it has become a prison. Your ego has you conned. You believe you need its specific thoughts to survive. The ego controls you through your fear of loss of identity. To give up these thoughts, it seems, would annihilate you, and so you cling to them.

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Absolute genius!

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My wife is participating in a charity walk for babies on April 26th. Please read below and consider contributing if the cause resonates with you.

Thank you.


Hope everything is going well with you and your families. 

I am participating in my company's March of Dimes - March for Babies to be held in Worcester City Hall Common on April 26th. 
This walk gives hope to so many babies who are born too soon each year. The money we raise supports programs, communities, helps moms and funds research programs. Please take a look at this link - 
Please help this good cause by joining us in our walk or/and by making a donation to this program.

Please spread the word to your friends and families. 

Thanks in advance and Regards

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Of course when these become so commonplace to be used for crowd control, the crowds would also have evolved to other forms of protest. Who needs to protest in the streets when everyone has twitter (or some such thing). Better yet some peer to peer network that cannot be shut down like the internet.

Or maybe other drones that can throw rocks at these pepper spray ones. I know I am letting my imagination run a little wild...but hey it's the future.

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I've shared this before, but looking through my old posts I found this compelling again. 

I think media plays a big role in why we care about the first scenario more. Another things that plays a huge role is how much we identify with the scenario, or how close to home it seems. The first one is in our backyard, the second one is somewhere remote, far away from us - easy for us to compartmentalize and de-humanize.
I can't help but be in agreement with this.

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To quote George W. Bush  :“There's an old saying in Tennessee — I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again.”

Same Story. Same Players. Same Lies!
SHARE because we CANNOT afford a new WAR. #Iran

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Contrast this with the controversy around teaching yoga at schools in India - the land of the origin of yoga. Doing a surya namaskar does not have to involve worshipping the sun.

Although, even worshipping/revering the sun wouldn't be wrong if looked at with an open mind - its showing reverence to something in our lives that means so much as the sun does, literally sustains all life on earth. You don't have to be a 'Hindu' to say "Thank you Sun".
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