Tag: humanities

 

Thought for tomorrow

“The statues of the morally invincible will stand tall and glorious even if a bit beaten for no one with our degree of sentience to admire – if we do not cross the ‘bridge’ called self-annihilation – before we reach it.” –  Captain Walker

Is there a thing called IgQ?

I think it is stupid to pay for an email address when there are free high quality email services out there e.g. gmail, yahoo, gmx – but as I’ve said before the ‘dummy market’ is still wide open and waiting to be taken advantage of. Okay so you wanna knowRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“Free your mind from the known, then you are truly free!” –  Captain Walker 2011

The Unthinkable

My thoughts which follow have been deeply and uncomfortably compelled by the movie ‘Unthinkable’. This movie comes with a health warning – as it shows graphic scenes of torture. If you are likely to suffer stress or ill-health do not watch this movie. Adult audiences only. I’m not here toRead More

Thought for tomorrow

The survival of the human race is truly our collective ultimate right. Rights afforded by humanity ought not to be used for the total destruction of humanity. Those who use rights as shields under which they may safely conspire to effect such destruction, risk having their rights stripped from them.Read More

Thought for tomorrow

“The disingenuous find comfort in shady spots – never any peace in the path of an oscillating spotlight searching relentlessly for the truth. ‘Tis only a matter of time that there is nowhere to hide.” Captain Walker  – Dec 2011

Like animals ruled as they are

Last night I had an experience – a simple one – most might think, that left me in some degree of bewilderment. I left it alone and allowed my ‘unconscious’ to process it overnight (while I slept). This morning I got up bursting with thoughts. I’m afraid most of youRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“The single thing that underpins the actions of a suicide bomber and the healing hands of a doctor, is the belief that it is right to do what they do. A sense of righteousness and justification, is therefore a powerful double-edged sword – one that can be wielded for goodRead More

Jiddu Krishnamurti – the reluctant ‘messiah’.

It has taken me about three-weeks of reading and listening to video material for 15 hours, to come to write this. So much in awe am I, about this great soul. I had read one of his books in my late teens and sadly did not realise at the timeRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“Like a young bird about to take first flight discovers, the ‘freedom’ that awaits invokes fear – and later having mastered ‘freedom’ the youngster ‘thanks’ parents or siblings for giving that all important push!” – Captain Walker 2011

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