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  • 2012-10-31 @ 19:35:07

    Well done Jonny!

    Great Piece, My 7 life system is going to be created as soon as i wake up in the morning.

    7Life System: The Simple Structure That Will Change Your Life

  • 2012-09-24 @ 17:07:30

    marijuana was so interesting! I said to myself I wasn’t gunna smoke this week now I’m pissed I gotta wait till Friday for a zoot! Apart from that the documentary was enlightening!

    25 Documentaries Everybody Should Watch

  • 2012-09-15 @ 05:32:33

    I won’t question the validity or “truth” of your beliefs, as linguistically “truth” is inaccessible, words can only symbolise, never truly equating the form of what exists within our awareness.
    Morality is just our attempt to create definitive boundaries between positive an negative actions, however unfortunately actions are actions they become polarised upon interpretation, therefore we are discussing interpretations and not “truth”.
    However id just like to offer you my interpretation. Skepticism is inherent in your dismissal of singers assumption of moral objectivity. The negation of his assumption is essentially an affirmation of morality being subjective. The skeptic attitude is the backbone of your negation, which creates the premise for your own assumption, however if impartiality is imposed on ones own reasoning, then you must recognise the possibity of your own interpretations being as discordant as singers are with “truth”. After all your assumptions remain as interpretations which can only represent what exists.
    Also, you assert that your own “wellbeing” is your highest moral responsibility. If you exerienced the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual conditions that singer designates as “suffering” according to your own morality your wellbeing would be threatened, so this situation would no longer only be what “IS”, it would be interpreted negatively and become a moral issue to you. Singers moral philosophy is as flawed as your own, and as flawed as mine is in reality.
    Please stop focusing on the flaws within philosophy, don’t act or not act on the words of another man, just HONESTLY imagine yourself in anothers shoes, then decide whether or not action is necessary.

    The Philosophical Morality of the 1%

  • 2012-09-12 @ 15:13:40

    I think that this could have an impact on the world, maybe not every corner of the earth but a change is a change! Not as a consequence of any characteristic or aspect of the infrastructure of the community, just for the fact that motivated, assiduous, compassionate and compatible people will be working together, actually acting to make a change, which is something that conscious people do not encounter enough. I’m 18 and there is an evident counter culture rapidly growing in Britain, there is still an incredibly vast variety beliefs of how people should live, but there is a collective discontent with the current social mechanisms we live by, my generation is ready for someone to pioneer change, and this could be a flagship idea. This idea will plant seeds into the minds of so many people, so its essential its disseminated throughout social networks, and outlets of information that can reach the eyes and ears of people looking and listening for the winds of change.
    I love the proverb “when the winds of change blow, some people build walls and some windmills” and I think your about to build a big fuck off windmill!!!!
    I’d love to aid in the spreading of this idea, and to access more information about the actualisation of the idea itself… let me know any sites, videos for info on it

    How We Can (Actually) Change The World – Pt. 3/3

  • 2012-09-12 @ 15:12:21

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    How We Can (Actually) Change The World – Pt. 3/3

  • 2012-09-12 @ 15:05:37

    I think that this could have an impact on the world, maybe not every corner of the earth but a change is a change! Not as a consequence of any characteristic or aspect of the infrastructure of the community, just for the fact that motivated, assiduous, compassionate and compatible people will be working together, actually acting to make a change, which is something that conscious people do not encounter enough. I’m 18 and there is an evident counter culture rapidly growing in Britain, there is still an incredibly vast variety beliefs of how people should live, but there is a collective discontent with the current social mechanisms we live by, my generation is ready for someone to pioneer change, and this could be a flagship idea. This idea will plant seeds into the minds of so many people, so its essential its disseminated throughout social networks, and outlets of information that can reach the eyes and ears of people looking and listening for the winds of change.
    I love the proverb “when the winds of change blow, some people build walls and some windmills” and I think your about to build a big fuck off windmill!!!!
    I’d love to aid in the spreading of this idea, and to access more information about the actualisation of the idea itself… let me know any sites, videos for info on it, and any possible ways i can aid you!

    How We Can (Actually) Change The World – Pt. 3/3

  • 2012-09-12 @ 05:50:27

    Could you elaborate on what Obsessive Compulsive Thinking Syndrome is? Is it the excessive activity of personal linguistic narration?

    The Science of Meditation