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Rev. King

January 17th, 2018 No comments

Through the last fifty years, after rev. Martin Luther King died, there has been a war fought over his legacy. But let us put it right. What he did, was to make a movement that was pro Israel, anti violence, and pro civil rights. That is the core of it. Then, at the other side, […]

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The fine art of helping

December 1st, 2017 No comments

I do a lot in the business of helping other people. As a day job I help a young disabled man, who are in need of constant help. As a philosopher my single most important job, is to try and help around the globe.  So, as a person, I believe I have some insight into […]

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Family ethics

March 29th, 2015 No comments

The idea of the family is slowly gaining speed, both politically as well as metaphysically. We are now entering the phase where we discuss the practical implementation of all the different ideas of how to strengthen a family. There is one tool, that we can use, and is a tool often used by religion, and […]

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