Tech Devices: Our Self-Imposed Slavery

Modern day slavery exists and our captors care nothing of our race, gender, social or economic background. They are unmoved and non-biased. This is something I think about quite a bit and it doesn’t seem like one day can go by when I feel the screws tightening. Today in came in the form of an article about St. Louis University installing surveillance devices, 2,300 of them, into every dorm room for this coming semester. The devices, are of course marketed as ‘assistance’ tools that answer questions about the campus. Just like everything that is bad for us, we accept it … Continue reading Tech Devices: Our Self-Imposed Slavery

The Digital Generation’s Answer to Avoiding Problems

How far do you think people will go to avoid their problems? Transhumanism is the ultimate in ‘convenience’. It aims to make life easier, better and more efficient. Convincing the public of anything that works against their nature and  that’s detrimental to their existence or well-being has often been presented in opposite terms in order to gain trust. Awareness to the fact that inversion is a hallmark of the Matrix, makes it easier to see that transhumanism is invasive and actually an enemy of human nature and biology. Inversion of reality aside, it used to puzzle me as to why … Continue reading The Digital Generation’s Answer to Avoiding Problems

Earth Energy and What My Dog Taught Me

There’s a bumber sticker on a car I see all the time that says, “Be The Person Your Dog Sees You As”. I love that because it reminds us that our pets don’t judge us and want only to love us and to experience the feeling of love in return. They are all about the win-win situation! Our sweet Boston Terrier Chuy inspires the idea for a different bumber sticker that should read, “Be The Person That Your Dog Is”!  The word ‘dog’ has been used to denigrate people for ages, but like so many things in our world today … Continue reading Earth Energy and What My Dog Taught Me

Believe In Your Intuition

  Whenever I talk to someone about following their intuition or talk about how I’ve used mine to solve or avoid a problem, I always get this nagging little feeling that they want to pat me on the head and tell me, ‘Sure, keep telling yourself that.’ There’s something about intuition that people have a little bit of a problem accepting. They don’t want to believe that there is a force within them that intuitively knows and understands things they they may not be able to intellectualize or explain. We all understand having a ‘gut feeling‘ or those times when … Continue reading Believe In Your Intuition