Philosophy

Sculpting the Original Life is True Greatness

I cried as I felt inspired about Szukalski, the unknown Polish sculpture who was assessed as one of humanity’s greats, equivalent to Michelangelo.  He lived in poverty, spoke his mind and definitely did not suffer fool’s.  I noted as I watched Net flicks that those around him may not have understood… Continue reading

Israeli Poet Amichai Says “Real Poems Deal With the Human Response to Reality”

An Israeli poet.  We never hear the voices of the peaceful Israeli’s.  Perhaps this is a beginning.

This is a kind man, I feel it in his beautiful eyes.  The kinder the eyes, the deeper the connection to what is real as one realises the truth is beyond words.  Only truth… Continue reading

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle to Discover the Law of ONE

The Parliamentary Equilateral Triangle Ascends Beyond Plato and Aristotle
to Discover the Law of ONE

 

What is corruption?

Cor’rupt’ion ‘phthora’,

A rupture in the body politic?

A standard deviation from the error of the estimate

of minimum standards,

Where the ends justifies the means.

 

The usher of the Black Rod stands at West… Continue reading

Psychological Abuse and the Legal System

I have been watching a 60 Minutes program and learning about how women feel when cross examined in sexual abuse cases.  I have been a witness in a rape case and I saw how horrendous the Barristers were.  I’ve had one try and kiss me and found out later that he had raped… Continue reading

Francis Bacon and the Philosophy of Scientific Love

 This video gives an overview of Francis Bacon, the Enlightenment Philosopher and his vision for a utopia or what he termed a Golden Age. He spoke of the expansion of Science to include humanity and spirituality.

He is a philosopher after my own heart.

Here is the video to inspire you with Peter Dawkins,… Continue reading

The Wisdom of Lao Tzu: The Dao De Jing (Way and the Life)

Wikipedia overviews Lao Tzu or Laozi.

Laozi (also Lao-Tzu /ˈlaʊˈdzʌ/[1] or Lao-TzeChinese: 老子; pinyinLǎozǐ, lit. “Old Master”) was an ancient Chinese philosopher and writer. He is known as the reputed author of the Tao Te Ching… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong”

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