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THE LOGIC OF HOMO SAPIENS

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Do you ever wonder about the “logic” of homo sapiens?  Do we really understand what motivates the “thinking” of the “average” human life form creeping around on the Earth killing and eating everything they can catch or shoot?  Did you know that during the entire history of human beings on planet Earth there have been only 12 DAYS during which a war was NOT being fought somewhere on the planet!  (this is probably due to incompetent record keeping, or illiteracy, or both).

Did you know that more than 2/3rds of the taxes collected from American residents —  just like you and me — is spent to fund MILITARY activities?  Most of this money is spent by “contractors” who build weapons and other gadgets that are used for murder, mayhem, pain, destruction, mutilation and to create social, economic and environmental chaos.  But, what is the REAL “logic” for this perpetual slaughter?  

The FACT is that every single war in human history (without ANY exceptions) was FUNDED BY PRIVATE BANKERS FOR PERSONAL FINANCIAL GAIN.  Do your TAXES pay for waging war? NO.  It is “money” that is created by and loaned by private banks at interest to BOTH combatants.  When all the dead bodies have been cleared from the fields, the “spoils” or “profits” are collected by the Private Bankers.  Don’t take my word for it, folks.  Do your own research.  The Private Bankers are PARASITES that are fed on the blood and flesh of the dead human bodies that litter the perpetual war zone called EARTH.

Do you have a “healthy” lust and zeal for killing your fellow human beings, and other creatures?  Why not take some of the guns from you personal arsenal and go hunting for private bankers?  This will solve TWO problems at once: 1) satisfy your “normal” human desire to kill something, and 2) rid the Earth of parasites!

What could be more “logical” ?

A FORM OF MEDITATION

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Last year I read many books about Eastern philosophies and spiritual practices, including the Autobiography of a Yogi, written by the great spiritual teacher from India, Paramahansa Yogananda.  I do not practice Yoga, or meditation, per se,  nor do I ascribe to any organized spiritual methods or organizations.  I am following my own path of reading, communicating and seeking to remember Who I Really Am as an immortal spiritual entity.  I suppose I could call my form of meditation:   “looking, communicating, understanding and loving”.  I practice my “meditation” continually, at least to the degree that I am willing to discipline myself to attain awareness and ability above the extremely limited perceptions imposed by animating an aging biological body on Earth.

I do not “believe in god” or have a membership card in a group of followers.  However, I am inspired and emboldened by beings who know themselves as the source of life energy, of love, wisdom, and of creation of realities for themselves and of universes.  As part of my continuing journey I am reading a book and Blog by a fellow traveler, Pam Grout.  Here is a compilation video she recommended about Russell Brand.  His enthusiastic advocacy of wisdom, and egalitarian love, through self-realization reminds me very much of Yogananda.  This video recommended by Pam Grout in her Blog ( http://pamgrout.com/ )

THINK (ING) ABOUT SEX (UAL) (IN) ACT (IVITY)

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“Sex at age 90 is like trying to shoot pool with a rope.” — George Burns

“I’m a terrible lover. I’ve actually given a woman an anti-climax.” (Scott Roeben)
“Anyone who says that gratuitous sex is no substitute for gratuitous violence obviously hasn’t had enough gratuitous sex.” (Geoff Spear)
“I love sex. It’s free and doesn’t require special shoes.” (Anonymous)
“Sexual intercourse is kicking death in the ass while singing.” (Charles Bukowski)
“Despite a lifetime of service to the cause of sexual liberation, I have never caught venereal disease, which makes me feel rather like an Arctic explorer who has never had frostbite.” (Germaine Greer)
“I think sex is better than logic, but I can’t prove it.” (Anonymous)
“For me, love is very deep, but sex only has to go a few inches.” (Stacy Nelkin)
“Housework is like bad sex. Every time I do it I swear I will never do it again. Until the next time company comes.” (Marilyn Sokol)
“During sex I fantasize that I’m someone else.” (Richard Lewis)
“There is nothing safe about sex. There never will be.” (Norman Mailer)
“The only difference between friends and lovers is about four minutes.” (Scott Roeben)
“It’s hard to be funny when you have to be clean.” (Mae West)
“There’s nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.” (Lewis Grizzard)
“For flavor, instant sex will never supercede the stuff you have to peel and cook.” (Quentin Crisp)
“Nothing makes you forget about love like sex.” (Staci Beasley)
“I read so many bad things about sex that I had to give up reading.” (Anonymous) sexandsingle.jpg “Sex and golf are the two things you can enjoy even if you’re not good at them.” (Kevin Costner, Tin Cup)
“I’m a great lover, I’ll bet.” (Emo Philips)
“Just saying ‘no’ prevents teenage pregnancy the way ‘Have a nice day’cures chronic depression.” (Faye Wattleton)
“I like my sex the way I play basketball, one on one with as little dribbling as possible.” (Leslie Nielsen)
“I have no luck with women. I once went on a date and asked the woman if she’d brought any protection. She pulled a switchblade on me.” (Scott Roeben)
“Science is a lot like sex. Sometimes something useful comes of it, but that’s not the reason we’re doing it.” (Richard Feynman)
“Sex is identical to comedy in that it involves timing.” (Phyllis Diller)
“One half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other.” (Jane Austen)
“If sex doesn’t scare the cat, you’re not doing it right.” (Anonymous)
“Sex is good, but not as good as fresh sweet corn.” (Garrison Keillor)
“I’ve tried several varieties of sex. The conventional position makes me claustrophobic and the others give me a stiff neck or lockjaw.” (Tallulah Bankhead)

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