The lonely journey home

This image of an egret flying to its nest at dusk all by itself reminds me of the fact that life can be very lonely. And ironically life can become very lonely when you try to live an honest life. Common sense would lead you to expect the opposite; that life would be lonely if you lied and cheated your way through it, but the … Continue reading

The true cause of Child Sexual Abuse

An article was published today in a local newspaper about the worrying trend of child sexual abuse in Suriname. The numbers aren’t getting any lower with each year and sexual abuse now even occurs at soccer clubs and kindergartens according to the article. Of course sexual abuse is a worldwide problem of which not only children are victims, but also adults (both men and … Continue reading

The sexiest thing in the world is Being Smart

I came across the below quote from Ashton Kutcher today via Natural News: The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart, and being thoughtful and being generous. Everything else is crap. I promise you. These are words I’d never expect to hear from Ashton Kutcher. His message was probably lost on his audience, but he’s right. And … Continue reading

Lessons from Jose Mujica: The world’s ‘poorest’ president

Uruguayan president Jose Mujica is known on the Internet as the poorest president in the world. This is because of his very simple lifestyle and the fact that he donates 90% of his salary to charity (he keeps $1250 of the $12,500). The most expensive thing he owns is his old 1987 Volkswagen Beatle. From the BBC: It’s a common grumble that politicians’ … Continue reading

Evidence that the Global Brain is changing the World

Here’s a great example of the many benefits that the Global Brain brings to the world today. The criminals running the US government right now are finding it increasingly difficult to fool and manipulate the global population with their lies. This is due to the fact that people are increasingly becoming smarter and are educating themselves on the Internet, where information can … Continue reading

Our basic needs as Human Beings

When we look at people in societies around the world it appears that they often have a very complex and diverse set of needs that have to be met in order for them to live their lives in a satisfactory way. Indeed it would appear that all these people are so very different from one another with regards to their needs and desires, even though … Continue reading

Finally, the smart women are here

For a few years now I’ve been noticing a change in thinking and mentality of young women who are, quite frankly, becoming a lot smarter and a lot more courageous compared to older generations of women. This was something that was bound to happen, not only due to the Global Brain, but in the case of women especially due to … Continue reading

Planet X / Nibiru: An analysis of Akkadian Seal VA/243

The Akkadian cylinder seal pictured above  dates from the third millennium B.C. (it’s at least 4500 years old) and can be found at the State Museum in East Berlin catalogued under VA/243. It’s one of the most ancient cylinder seals that have been found. It shows the god Enlil granting the plow — the knowledge of agriculture – to humankind. Also interesting on this … Continue reading

A World without Jealousy

Jealousy is one of the important causes of issues in our relationships, not only in romantic relationships, but also in friendly and business relationships. But where does it come from, and why are people like this? What causes people to feel envious towards others and begrudge them? Is it human nature? Are we really designed from the very core to envy each … Continue reading

The Holographic and Fractal Universe

I remember when I was around 15 years old in high school, sitting in the classroom during one of my very first chemistry lessons. The teacher — Mr. Altenberg – was discussing the structure and composition of atoms, having a small nucleus in the center and a few electrons swirling around it. He made a rough sketch of it on the blackboard. … Continue reading

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