Monthly Archives: October 2012

NOTICE. [Superseded]


Dear fellow travellers, little purpose will be served by my continuing with these posts because if you have not by now found your “spiritual feet” and can walk the Path on your own you are not likely to do so … Continue reading

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Progress or Regress?


The historical benefit of the natural, rotational and seasonal variation in diet items to which the human body has adapted over millennia has to be adversely affected by the continuous availability of such items in the developed world as a … Continue reading

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Lacking in Intelligence?


Are we developing a world for those with intellect but lacking in intelligence? We seem to be fostering the former whilst allowing the intelligence to stagnate under a preoccupation with the self; a preoccupation with the superficial?

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Celebratory Milestones.


Each of our lives is an achievement and the conclusion of each is, therefore, a milestone worthy of celebration.

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Politician’s Weakness.


Often the party and the person seem to be the means to attaining the cause but too often the means supersedes the cause.

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Loss Of Brain Function.


With the way we have been, and are, handing over to machines what we normally do in our brains – take medical diagnosis and arithmetic as examples – are we losing, or likely to lose, some of our brain function … Continue reading

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Trial and Error.


Collectively we use the learning method of trial and error, and use it in a blinkered and foolish way which brings pain and suffering. It also takes us decades, even centuries or more, to learn the error of our ways. … Continue reading

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