Monthly Archives: August 2013

Awareness of impacts

John Fullerton – Are We Not All Jasmines Now? Nicely put John. Now we just need a few more people to take the next step, and see that the very concept of market valuation works against our interests when automation … Continue reading

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Treadmill

Question of the Day ~ August 21, 2013 ~ Treadmill Rats Can you think of something that could disprove Solomon’s often repeated contention from the Bible, Ecclesiastes 1:9: “The thing that has been is that which shall be; and that … Continue reading

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State of Being

Question of the Day ~ 20 August 2013 ~ STATE OF BEING Do you have a significant viewpoint you would like to share on the intellectual/emotional – conscious/subconscious state of being? Yes. It seems that to be human is to … Continue reading

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Integral Anti-Capitalism

Integral Anti-Capitalism (an expanding multi-forum meta-thread) From a link to my facebook page Hi Deb Followed the link and on to Harris – http://integralworld.net/harris17.html Align with most of what Ray Harris writes up until the section: EVOLUTION, STAGNATION AND DEVOLUTION … Continue reading

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Vibrations

Facebook with Tom – Unity at the level of vibration While true in a sense, it seems to be far more subtle than most explanatory schemas admit. Most of what most put down to vibration seems to have far more … Continue reading

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Wake up and sleep

Question of the Day, August 18, 2013 ~ WAKE UP & SLEEP What are your first thoughts when you wake up? What are your last thoughts before dropping off to sleep? Different most days. Depends what I have been doing, … Continue reading

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Sustainable

Question of the Day, August 16, 2013, Sustainable? What do we want to make sustainable? I thought this a really good question, as I begin to read a book titled “Unlearn, Rewild” by Miles Olson. My husband and I talked … Continue reading

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