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  • 2013-03-06 @ 06:54:59

    Well in American history. The Rothschild family at its height was far, far richer than rockefeller.

    John D. Rockefeller

  • 2013-02-07 @ 13:19:04

    In all honesty, I’ll click on some topics solely because the title sounds like something you’d write.
    Unfortunately, the cover photo isn’t me :( It’s in Reinebringen, Norway and it’s somewhere I have to see before I die.

    A Reason For Today

  • 2013-02-05 @ 19:08:27

    YES!! I’ve gotta say, I’m a huge fan of your posts. You never fail to provide beautiful perspectives and insights.
    Thank you!

    A Reason For Today

  • 2012-12-25 @ 19:50:38

    Possibly one of the most ignorant and disgustingly overly generalized opinions I’ve ever seen. Congratulations

    Learn and grow everyday

  • 2012-12-21 @ 05:58:56

    But is it truly possible to be in a state of happiness with the knowledge that there’s constant suffering in the world? Isn’t that almost sociopathic? Maybe happiness is only an idea.

    Look at Siddhartha. He grew up in isolation from the suffering of the world, it was only once he witnessed these sufferings that he embarked on the path to Nirvana. Perhaps Nirvana is as unattainable as heaven.

    How could heaven be paradise if the people there stay conscious of the happenings of the world?

    The True Nature of Happiness

  • 2012-10-17 @ 18:45:00

    Agreed. The gun should be suburbia.

    pretty much.

  • 2012-04-24 @ 19:37:46

    You sir, are unmatched in your ability to bring fantastic meditation resources to HEthens. I commend you.

    The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To Meditation

  • 2012-03-13 @ 14:35:47

    Thank you! It seems like everyone has just been jumping on the bandwagon without getting any background… I feel like this is very fits in nicely:

    The Fable of the Zen Master

    A Quick Note On Kony 2012 And Confirmation Bias

  • 2012-02-10 @ 10:02:31

    I always think of this as a sort of play on the idea that humans created God, who then created humanity, who then created God, etc. That “Let there be light.” Is definitely a reference to the famous line from the book of Genesis.

    Beautiful story.

    The Last Question

  • 2012-01-09 @ 18:08:37

    That’s Reinebringen, Norway. Oh how I dream to go there…
    Beautiful post Jordan.

    Imagine a World