Tag Archive | human nature

The Secret Truth that Sets You Free

The Secret Truth that Sets You Free


Dearest readers, Over 2000 years ago, a man called Yeshua talked about a truth that would set humanity free. Yet to this day, it seems like very few humans have truly gotten the message and have applied it to their lives. Yeshua, or Jesus, was a master of consciousness. Some call him a master of […]

Where is humanity going? The end of human slavery and the ascension process


Dearest readers, Most people realize that something is changing on our planet. Everyone feels the shifts in energy, though most do not understand where these shifts in energy originate. Some people are worried, feel their world is falling apart and don’t realize that this is a good thing. Others are thrilled that humanity is finally […]

On true creativity: the American Dream has been holding us back


Hello readers, When Donald Trump talks about “making America great again”, he lacks quite a bit of imagination. He is speaking to angry and frustrated citizens who rightly, however dimly, are somewhat aware that the system is not working for them anymore. I personally do not believe that the European colonial culture that seeded itself […]

Yin and Yang: the political divide in America


  Hello readers, In America, we live in an either/or world. Either you are an individualist (a Republican or Libertarian) or you are a progressive socialist (Democrat). Did it ever occur to anyone that a person who is concerned about social issues may also be an independent, self-responsible person? And how about those Americans who […]

Angry, broken, insecure: the world we inherited from Cain


Dear readers, I am not a religious person, but I believe in the life of spirit. I also believe that together as living beings, we imagine and create the world we live in. It is a collective work of spirit and art. That is why I particularly enjoy folk tales and creation stories. The story […]

Promote Peace: Accept Evil and Chaos as Part of Our Nature


Hello readers, I have long been interested in the root of scape-goating, bullying, and evil itself in human behavior.  Understanding humanity’s search for meaning and survival in a brutal and unpredictable world is a fascinating, and sometimes discouraging pursuit.  For all of the technological progress we have made collectively, we still predictably place blame for […]

Beloved Connection: Scamming for Affection and other Modern Past-times


Hello readers, Each time I visit my blog, I check the statistics page to see how many people from how many countries have visited.  It touches my heart and amazes me that, so far, at least one person from 56 different countries from all over our Earth have at least peeked at my blog.  I get […]