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Reflecting on the absurdity of the current situation gives one pause for thought.
Perhaps that is above all what one needs some time and space to think and centre.
Meditation , prayer and dreaming ones own dreams of a brighter tomorrow.
Asking no questions and making no assumptions if today were the last day of
the holiday in Covidovia would you return? what have we learned.
When I was a school boy often after the summer holidays we would be asked to write
a story, What I did on my summer holidays. Here’s a new assignment. What I did down the Lockdown rabbit hole.
Does it all add up?
Has it ever all added up?
Does it add up for you?
Why is Democracy now rarely mentioned if it is its referred to as Liberal Democracy and usually disparaged as Populism.
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GDP and Are Musical Notes Subjective
#144: Fire and ice, part two
Quotes From International Bankers. Jekyll Island The Truth Behind The Federal Reserve ( 2013)
Heresies and the Corona Virus. The Science #HansEysenck (Race and Intelligence)Republic.#DavidIckeBannedInterview #Covid19?´´Schadenfreude, It´s Like German Chocolate Cake for the soul.@davidgraeber @financialeyes @JoeBlob20 #TruthBomb @DominicFrisby @2013Boodicca #Heretic
Randomness. CHARLES SEIFE
The Nature of Predictability probability and knowing. Social costs model development notes MAY 11, 2011
“Why scurry about looking for the truth?
It vibrates in every thing
and every not-thing,
right off the tip of your nose.
Can you be still and see it in the mountain?
the pine tree?
Don’t imagine that you’ll discover it
by accumulating more knowledge.
Knowledge creates doubt, and doubt
makes you ravenous for more knowledge.
You can’t get full eating this way.
The wise person dines on something more subtle:
He eats the understanding that the named was born
from the unnamed,
that all being flows from non- being,
that the describable world emanates
from an indescribable source.
He finds this subtle truth inside his own self,
and becomes completely content.
So who can be still
and watch the chess game of the world?
The foolish are always making impulsive moves,
but the wise know that victory and defeat
are decided by something more subtle.
They see that something perfect exists
before any move is made.
This subtle perfection deteriorates
when artificial actions are taken, so be content
not to disturb the peace.
Discover the harmony in your own being.
If you can do this, you will gain everything,
and the world will become healthy again.
If you can’t, you will be lost in the shadows forever.”
– Lao Tzu