Tag: beliefs


  • limitations

    I think I’m most frustrated with the limitations I put on myself based upon past experiences. I won’t do B because A happened to me and it burned. Which is… everyone’s experience, I think. We limit our experiences to maintain comfort. But the limitations often cause us just as much mental torment as the potential […]

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  • where you love from

    “Look inside and find where a person loves from. That’s the reality, not what they say. Hypocrites give attention to form, the right and wrong ways of professing belief. Grow instead in universal light. When that revealed itself, God gave it a thousand different names, the least of those sweet-breathing names being, the one who […]

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  • beauty

    Our obsession with “beauty” causes us to overlook value. Seth Godin uses the sexual selection process as seen through peacocks and peahens to understand our culture. Attraction moves in one way: more. Why do peacocks have so many feathers? Feathers that do not have any other function other than beauty? Because peahens are attracted to […]

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  • hand-me-downs

    People believe what they want to believe, not what they have to believe. You can choose to believe something that is well-supported with facts and research, or you can choose to believe the anthesis with the facts neatly brushed under the rug. Or something in the middle. And what you choose to believe shapes your […]

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  • beliefs

    Are beliefs chosen? Or indoctrinated? Do the facts that we perceive decide what we believe? Or does what we believe decide the facts that we perceive?

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