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Cees Slob
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It is strange that some people still think that the refugee issue is something new. There have always been streams of people going over the earth, and will probably remain so. The resistance to it does not help people's displacement, it just goes on. There has never been a global commitment to people for world peace and social and animal welfare, for sustainability and mutual cooperation. That brings also opposites to us - that's a natural reaction - we know two boundaries in Nature, Love and Hate. Population, the thought of separation, is now high. But we can choose, we have free will. The choice is for us ...
Rinkeby: Swedish Immigration Crisis
Rinkeby: Swedish Immigration Crisis
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People helping by inspiration is probably the most effective way. You don't interfere direct in their lives. You leave space for their free will. And it leaves your personality out of the discussion. It is the highest possible method we ca use as humans. That is why the seers of all time used this method. It gives the people selfrespect and don't treat them as little children. The initiate Plato had a wonderfull method to do so. He used the "Socratic method". That is that you keep a open mind and wonder yourself about the life-questions you meet. It is a inspiring method to use in helping people to get the problem clear and so searsch for a answer ...

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The famous Dutch composer Daniël de Lange
who spend years of his life at Point Loma...

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Unity in diversity...
Fly through the #Hubble25 anniversary image of star cluster Westerlund 2 in 3-D!

This visualization provides a three-dimensional perspective on Hubble's 25th anniversary image of the nebula Gum 29 with the star cluster Westerlund 2 at its core. The flight traverses the foreground stars and approaches the lower left rim of the nebula Gum 29. Passing through the wispy darker clouds on the near side, the journey reveals bright gas illuminated by the intense radiation of the newly formed stars of cluster Westerlund 2. Within the nebula, several pillars of dark, dense gas are being shaped by the energetic light and strong stellar winds from the brilliant cluster of thousands of stars. Note that the visualization is intended to be a scientifically reasonable interpretation and that distances within the model are significantly compressed.

Credit: NASA, ESA, G. Bacon, L. Frattare, Z. Levay, and F. Summers (Viz3D Team, STScI), and J. Anderson (STScI)

Acknowledgment: The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), the Westerlund 2 Science Team, and ESO

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Our home where we are a indivisible part of...
On this Earth Day, our Administrator Charlie Bolden shares his thoughts on our home planet. 'Living in space is going to be part of our future, but what we know about Earth and how we live on this planet is absolutely critical... We want to know how our planet works, how we affect it, and how it might change in the future.' More: http://go.nasa.gov/1K5jF7v

#EarthDay #NoPlaceLikeHome #EarthRightNow
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What is men ?
A composite being.
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Wonderment is the startingpoint of big things.
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