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Life is Hard – Then You Die

Life is Hard – Then You Die

Now go out and enjoy every second of the journey, try to be a “good” person along the way and maybe cook up a huge pot of “Peeps & M&M Chili”! If you are looking for a “meaning” to life, that’s a good a place as any to start. As an arm-chair philosopher one of my favourite shows is The Good Place (an afterlife – “Heaven”). The premise of The Good Life is simple. A...

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“I Am” One. We are One. Time for a Shift in Paradigms.

Watched Tom Shadyac’s “I Am” last night. I don’t think I was aware that his motivation for the documentary was his own personal struggles with a near death experience following an injury. The message, the story being told in this documentary? Certainly not a new one, but one that most of us do not, or in some cases refuse to, accept or even consider seriously. “I Am”, “The Secret”,...

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Finding Joe – The Search for Sat Chit Ananda (Truth, Consciousness, Bliss)

“Our work then as men and women is not only to free ourselves from family cages and collective mind-sets but to release transcendent beings from imprisonment and trance.” (Robert Bly – Iron John)   “When you follow your bliss… doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors; and where there wouldn’t be a door for anyone else.” (Joseph Campbell)   I am very pleased with “Finding Joe”…a...

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District 9: Science Fiction and Social Commentary

I must say that D9 was certainly one of the most unique science fictions that I have seen. There are two aspects of a science fiction that appeal to me. 1: The cool graphics, CGI, technologies, space shots, space ships etc…basically the toys. 2: The opportunity to speculate as to a human future, human evolution and of course  the many ways in which we could consider a different structure of social/moral conduct. Basically a thought...

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