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ADMIRE YOU

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Admiration is the most desirable form of energy one being can give or receive. Everyone is seeking admiration, knowingly or not. When we are admired, or admire others, we feel uplifted and expanded. When our actions, thoughts, or emotions are NOT admired we feel rejected and depressed.  It has been said that the universe consists of creations that you not been admired and are still waiting to be admired.  So, if you’re not getting the admiration you KNOW you deserve, don’t wait for others to give it to you!  Give it to yourself.  Here is 12 minutes of applause and cheering you can use to admire YOU!

ADMIRATION

Respect and warm approval: their admiration for each other was genuine

1.1  (the admiration of) Something regarded as impressive or worthy of respect: her house was the admiration of everyone

1.2  Pleasurable contemplation: they were lost in admiration of the scenery

Origin:   Late Middle English (in the sense ‘marveling, wonder’): from Latin admiratio(n-), from the verb admirari

SCARED IS SCARED

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THIS VIDEO IS ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!  THE FANCIFUL, INSOUCIANCE OF A CHILD’S’ IMAGINATION — BROUGHT TO LIFE ON FILM.  WOW!!

the Scared is scared from Bianca Giaever on Vimeo.

Bianca Giaever…”I asked a six year old what my movie should be about, and this is what he told me.”

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SIMULACRUM

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truth simulacrum

“Some people have observed that truth is relative to all other truth.  It can also be said that truth is a cooperative  effort of creators, solidified through mutual agreement, and the perception of those who view creation.”

~ Lawrence R. Spencer ~

Definition: “The simulacrum has long been of interest to philosophers. In his Sophist, Plato speaks of two kinds of image making. The first is a faithful reproduction, attempted to copy precisely the original. The second is intentionally distorted in order to make the copy appear correct to viewers.  He gives the example of Greek statuary, which was crafted larger on the top than on the bottom so that viewers on the ground would see it correctly. If they could view it in scale, they would realize it was malformed.

This example from the visual arts serves as a metaphor for the philosophical arts and the tendency of some philosophers to distort truth so that it appears accurate unless viewed from the proper angle. Nietzsche addresses the concept of simulacrum in the Twilight of the Idols, suggesting that most philosophers, by ignoring the reliable input of their senses and resorting to the constructs of language and reason, arrive at a distorted copy of reality.

French social theorist Jean Baudrillard argues that a simulacrum is not a copy of the real, but becomes truth in its own right: the hyperreal.  “The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth. It is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacrum is true.Precession of the Simulacra, Jean Baudrillard

(Source: Wikipedia.org)

RESPONSIBILITY OF GODS

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RESPONSIBILITY

ALIEN INTERVIEW AUDIOBOOK

“As long as one chooses to assign responsibility for creation, existence and personal accountability for one’s own thoughts and actions to others, one is a slave. On Earth, the propaganda taught and agreed upon is that the gods are responsible, and that human beings are not responsible. You are taught that only a god can create universes. So, the responsibility for every action is assigned to another *IS-BE or god. Never oneself. No human being ever assumes personal responsibility for the fact that they, themselves — individually and collectively — are gods. This fact alone is the source of entrapment for every IS-BE.” ~ Alien Interview

 *Immortal Spiritual BEing