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Visiting a fine art studio to view some original works – the philosophy of art

27 Dec 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Bitcoin Babaji

Art imitates life. Life is art. The art of living, and the life of an artist – all of this is visible in today’s visit. I recently went to visit a local art gallery in a nearby town called Plettenberg Bay on the south Cape coast of Africa. The view i...

The science of the soul – ancient solutions to the modern state of despair

25 Dec 2020 5 minute read 6 comments Bitcoin Babaji

Those of you familiar with Bhagavad Gita will know that it is the most popular of the ancient Sanskrit texts on yoga and self-realization. Spoken apparently over 5000 years ago at the commencement of a world war, its words may be as fitting for us to...

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24 Dec 2020 7 minute read 4 comments (S)llew la Wulf

    Hello, am back from, not quite the dead but  this last week or so has been painful, arduous and I've just been slightly out of it on morphine. I am now on day 8 of healing after my knee surgery and feel like I'm turning a corner, just in time, i...

Be Committed to Controlling the Willpower Over Success

24 Dec 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Gboyega Ogunmola Writer

The commitment to personal success is learned in the world of today. The resolution of self-discipline brings self-control along the journey of life. Life fails to succeed later on. Many of us create a setback for ourselves. The consistent mistake br...

Thank you, PayPal (Scam Alert)

23 Dec 2020 3 minute read 1 comment cMasta

I got scammed this November by an objectively evil company that offered to send me a Mario Tennis Aces Nintendo Switch bundle on Black Friday for $310 with shipping, and about three weeks later, PayPal issued me an instant refund. Thanks, PayPal.  Th...

Evan Nemo - The nature of the Self

23 Dec 2020 2 minute read 0 comments evannemo

A gun can shoot at any direction, but it cannot shoot itself. An eye can look into any direction, but it cannot see itself. One cannot taste the taste of his tongue. One cannot hear the sound of his ears. Can consciousness be conscious of itself? Can...

A superficial society? Is there any love for music?

20 Dec 2020 1 minute read 4 comments Lucian Nagy Composer Multi ethnic instrumentalist

Are you still listening to cd's or vinyl albums, people from this Matrix? As a musician, i think this is a nerd kind of thing for a musicians, to listen one album of music on and on, no matter if it's John Coltrane or Charlie Parker or any other form...

Example of Conversation Style MicroBlog "This above all: To thine ownself be..."

18 Dec 2020 1 minute read 1 comment JaiChai

"...I could go into some arcane, long-winded, and pompous diatribe into the truth of that statement, but I won't." ^image by Pexel Example of Conversation Style MicroBlog "This above all: To thine ownself be..." image by Pexel ...I could go into so...

The mystery of Satoshi Nakamoto

16 Dec 2020 1 minute read 2 comments evannemo

Hello crypto-fellas, this is going to be a short - but really interesting - article. You all know about the genius of Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, don't ya? One of the most important things one should consider about that person is that h...

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15 Dec 2020 9 minute read 6 comments (S)llew la Wulf

  My first ever kiss, aged 13, almost 14. The boy in question was beautiful, wanted by all the cool girls at school, and because I was not one of them and - he knew HIS (perceived at least) worth and my relative 'un', he told me not to, you know, tel...