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Saturday 05 January 2013 – A MUST see…

Time to rehash this one… It is necessary as we move forward as a humanity we place in context the meaning of our driving collective driving force? This means, that we realise who we are, how we behave as one … Continue reading

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Monday 01 October 2012 – Change is necessary

There is no greater opportunity than now to change our social values and gear our global attitudes towards one of reverence, inclusiveness, equity and the recognition of the intrinsic value of all living beings. As humans we posses an undying … Continue reading

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Friday 09 March 2012 – What you think you know…

A compelling and at times throughout, a controversial documentary revealing information that is not always disclosed to the general public. Like many of these like minded documentaries; the message is quite clear: If change does not occur to the way … Continue reading

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Saturday 29 October 2011 – A ‘normal’ society???

What defines ‘normal’ and what state of being must our society reach before changes are required in order to gain momentum towards a healthy, functioning paradigm? SS.

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Wednesday 21 September 2011 – Are we stupid?

I am so disheartened by humanity’s current practices and processes by which we perpetuate our abstract existence. It is so simple, it does not need to be like this. Simply strip back all that we have created and simplify our … Continue reading

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Monday 11 July 2011

An interesting perspective on the transition that is occurring within our society today. I have said that due to the majority of our cultural conditioning when it comes to acceptance, tolerance and relating with others, conscious living beings of all … Continue reading

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