Feb 272013
 

The first time we question what we are, is at an age too early in our lives to remember. In fact, this natural curiosity is present before we are even capable of communicating our thoughts. Have you ever observed a baby or even a puppy closely examining their reflections in a mirror and trying to distinguish who or exactly what is looking back at them?  It can even be comical to stand by and watch as they touch, smell, and even bump into the mirror before finally coming to the realization of

 

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Dec 022012
 

What is right and what is wrong? In modern life we have so many freedoms and so much information that it's getting difficult to understand what is good and what is bad, which behavior is normal and which is not.  When we are questioning how to be wise, or when we try to distinguish the difference between right and wrong, we are subconsciously trying to define the laws that govern the reality of our life.

As humans, we are evolved enough to understand that if we violate any kind of laws, including constitution, or gravity, or  the “laws of life” we will either be destroyed by the System, or we will suffer until we correct our mistakes.

 

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