Wiser Day on Earth

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Contemplation Collections

  • Taboo Topics

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      The height of current human progress in society, is conspicuously revealed by the superficial freedom to discuss social media, gaming, celebrities, food, fame, sports and sports stars, personal and beauty grooming, fashion, reality TV shows based on cooking, dating, singing, endurance and survival formats, and so on. Unfortunately, rational, wise, insightful and intelligent debate seems to have largely disappeared.

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  • Take For Granted

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      Anyone or anything we take for granted, is someone or something we are not fully aware of, and therefore we do not know of the true riches of their existence.

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  • Taste

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      Taste can be physical, mental or spiritual. However, customary, established and habitual tastes will fail to satisfy, in any of these areas, when we are ready for a higher taste.

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  • Teacher

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      Do Students totally accept or do they question what their Teachers are teaching them? And do Teachers mostly accept or question what they themselves have been taught? Do Teachers think deeply and examine the evidence of what they are being taught, or do they largely follow without examining, what the institutional specialists and Experts in their field say? Accordingly we must observe, whether professional Teachers, Physicians, Scientists, Journalists, Lawyers, Military personnel, Academics or any other expert or propagator of, “how things are” have an open and questioning mind, rather than a closed mind. If they have a closed mind, they will likely regurgitate their training, and indoctrinate others, whilst ignorantly creating for themselves, a conditioned and inflexible mentality. (Please see contemplations on Education, Learning, and Teaching).

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  • Teaching

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      Everyone has awareness to some degree, and therefore if we teach or counsel others, we are principally helping to bring forth the elements of awareness and comprehension in their subconscious, to the light of consciousness. (Please see contemplations on Education, Learning, and Teacher).

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  • Temptation

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      Serious temptation urges us onward with the promise of gain (which is never satisfactorily delivered). And after we have given in to temptation, the result is that we often sense a loss of our true nature and of our fundamental innocence.

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  • Tendency

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      It appears that the more automatic our tendencies become, whether positive or negative, the more unconscious we can become. Tendencies, once begun, have the proclivity to become subconsciously embedded and generated.

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  • Tension

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      Tension creates disconnection and constriction, as well as tightens our ego towards others, life and ourselves. However the significance of tension is that it is urging and teaching us to open up, embrace, and to love once again.

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  • Test

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      We are all constantly tested by life through our interactions with others and with nature. The standard by which our learning and understanding is measured, is in how willingly aligned we are to the forces of love and truth?

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  • The Fall

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      A fall of some kind is often experienced, whenever we believe that we are a self-obsessed ego, as opposed to a bloom of infinite expression.

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