Tag Archive | bullying
Break the Spell: Be peace in a polarized, hypnotized world
Hello dear readers, Have you ever wondered how to talk to people who aren’t in your camp, who don’t hold the same views as you do on life, politics, perhaps religion, parenting, gender identity or other issues? Why has it become suddenly so difficult to talk to people? I often feel as if I am […]
The Weaponization of Compassion: Tools for Real Peace-making
When compassionate action is strictly defined, mandated and enforced by an external entity, is it truly compassionate?
Compliant: Has the ability to think independently always been rare?
Hello dear readers, Those of us who are awake and aware of the rapid rise of totalitarianism on Earth to benefit a transhumanist agenda often wonder how and why it is so difficult for most people to see what seems to be so obvious to us. In density consciousness, a human being identifies solely with […]
Where do I belong?
Hello readers, I’ve spent a big chunk of my life thinking about belonging and identity, and also about love of self and others…mostly because my own mother and father were never able to love me for myself and eventually cut me off from the family in every way. They tried to make sure that I […]
I can do alone all by myself
Hello readers, My friend and former therapist, Bernard, once told me that being excluded from belonging to a group, to the rest of humanity, is what all people fear most. Bernard is a really special person, and I really admire and respect him. I add to his claim, and I am pretty sure he would agree […]
Bullying, Poverty, and Chaos: Are We Ready for Wisdom and Compassion?
Hello readers, Over the last few days, I watched two dvd documentaries. One was called “Bully”, directed by Lee Hirsch, and the other “13 Families: Life After Columbine”, co-directed by Nicole Corbin, Mark Katchur, and Steve Lukanic. I am also currently reading “Fall of Giants” about the First World War, and “The Rich and the […]