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Ignorance: The Unknown Weapon

By DKIdea, published on May 7, 2014

...most obvious offender using the unknown weapon is the government. Not just this one…but any government that wishes to maintain the status quo for the benefit of the economic minority. I’m truly amazed at how many people still trust the government implicitly and believe the good nature of humanity always prevails over our deviant proclivities.Everyone has heard about some type of “cover-up” performed by those trusted with our best interests. The great machine would have us think such thoughts are the province of those not fully mentally competent, but if that were true…then why... (more)

Tags: healthcare, humanity, society, government, system, power, ignorance

The World of Tomorrow

By DKIdea, published on May 7, 2014

The future, it’s just around the corner. Everyone thinks about it in some way. I’ve blogged about it in some form, many times, because like everyone else…I wonder about it. What type of technology will emerge? How long will we allow degradation through government? What kind of world are we leaving our children? Better yet, what kind of children are we giving the world to?

I think that’s the most important question about the future. Parenting today is shaping the world of tomorrow so we have to ask ourselves, what kind of parents are we? Everything about the future is connected to our... (more)

Tags: parenting, humanity, world, children, society, future, technology, lifestyle

Create A Haven

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Feb 14, 2013

How many times do we feel all alone in this world? I know I am not the only one to have felt this...is a common human state . We may of felt disappointed by someone we loved and trusted, rightfully or wrongfully. It really does not matter, the feelings are there whether rational or irrational. Perhaps we put all our work and resources , energy into making a dream come true. Only to have it blow up and die before our very eyes. Does this mean we then give up? No, I never will give in to hopelessness...I may stumble, but I also know I will rise again when I am ready. This is the commonality... (more)

Tags: life, humanity, trust, faith, surrender, higher power, trials

For Her The Bell Tolls

By Uttam Gill, published on Jan 13, 2013

As the winter set in, the summer in my heart sing spring

The bell tolls but for whom

For the one who placed seasons in me

As the dawn breaks, she wakes up with me in my thoughts

Who is she? She is, for whom the bell tolls

As the day progress and noise increases

She comes and calms my nerves

For her the bell tolls

Seasons of life has withered her

But she resists the withering of others

She germinates hope

For her the bell tolls

The one who lives and the one who gives

I pray, I plead, when I die

Toll... (more)

Tags: season, death, life, humanity, honor, grief, generosity, bell

Reflections

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Dec 14, 2012

...the crisis lines, I know all too well, that this is the busiest time of year. This year I again am volunteering on the crisis lines. They are swamped. This is my Xmas gift to myself.

Before every meeting, of my group Survivors Of Life, I quiet myself and meditate on my own humanity. I open my heart to listen with acceptance and compassion to whatever will be talked about in our group. There can be no barriers if the women are going to feel free and accepted so that they express whatever emotions or experiences they have lived through.

No matter what they have ... (more)

Tags: humanity, memories, compassion, understanding, survivors, xmas, crisis line

Tolerance...We All Are One

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Sep 13, 2012

As I read these words coming from the beautiful innocent minds of the young it struck me that they have so much more wisdom than some of our so called leaders and adults. At what point in time do we lose our tolerance and give in to the prejudice that can exist in this material world? I have fought against these beliefs all my life, and I will continue to try to change this ignorant thinking one person at a time. I know this may not make a huge difference in the overall picture; but if each of us were to make this our mantra MAYBE, JUST MAYBE our children or our grandchildren will... (more)

Tags: peace, tolerance, war, humanity, kindness, understanding

Indulging - Top 5 Sex Sites

By Maylin Gonzalez, published on Mar 1, 2012

In this entry, the first of many in the new 2012; there wont be any recaps of 2011, so - moving on!

Have you ever wondered what drives humanity to be overly sexual, or perhaps, not driven enough? In the years in which I've studied humanity as a whole; I've come across various scenarios, yet i have never been able to figure out what makes a person overindulge. I've had many ideas as of why the norm has inflated over the years, but i have not encountered the reasons in which the norm has also depleted. Perhaps the increased availability of material which its beneficial to such overindulgement... (more)

Tags: sex, humanity, porn, men, technology, blog, 2012, computer, obsession, anthropology, sociology, porn sites

NEWLY BORN MOTHER

By Uttam Gill, published on Dec 23, 2011

In her arms the souvenir of unblemished promises

Nine month of existence kisses the sunlight first time

The conspiring creator defy the physical agony of this lady

Lady, few hours ago turn into a mother

With nameless emotions and marching order in his utterance

The befitting arrogance of the one who refuse to be a father

Refuse to hold the promises and refuse to be a man

The man with revolting strictures dancing on his face

Dance of a man who refuses to be a man

Life is in hurry so he orders for immediate evacuation

The man... (more)

Tags: child, humanity, husband, woman, wife, mother, father, man, arrogance

Poem Two: our peace

By Ahsan Daredia, published on Nov 23, 2011

with God’s choice, you’re matched with a life

a simple lottery number, you are born into the very rich

the very poor

the simple middle. you ask questions but the answers are

endless.

a tiny prayer offered before a scarce meal

gluttony at it’s finest & greed sky high

our world becomes demoralized by the second

we hope

i pray

she withers away

he needs a casket

but who can afford one?

one human race

divided into many useless groups

who do you follow?

your mosque, your solitude

... (more)

Tags: peace, humanity, conflict

Nobody's Body but Hers

By Caballero_69, published on Jun 14, 2011

... men to exercise power and influence to keep women in a subjugated status. This sort of behavior is bad enough in countries such as Saudi Arabia, but when it happens in a nation that boasts of its commitment to equal liberty under law it is intolerable. Women are fully the equal of men in their humanity and if they are American citizens, women have all the civil liberties and civil rights that male American citizens enjoy. Any practices, prejudices, precepts or provisions that deny complete equality to women deserve nothing except opposition, disputation, and refutation. Now is the time for... (more)

Tags: sex, humanity, women, pregnancy, equality, reproductive rights, sluts

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