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Quote From Sri Yukteswar From His Autobiography

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christina De Wet Dec 27, 2014. 7 Replies

"In shallow men the fish of little thoughts cause much commotion. In oceanic minds the whales of inspiration make hardly a ruffle".Continue

Calendar of peace -

Started Dec 12, 2012 0 Replies

It was brought to my attention yesterday that the following ancient calendar and its application guaranteed world peace in the past because it funtions 100% aligned with natural time. 13 Moons and…Continue

 

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Business, Communication, Conservation, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Ethics, Food, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Labor, Peace, Poverty, Reconciliation, Science, Security, Sustainability, Technology, Trade, Transportation, Youth
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Eternal student striving towards creating global truth and peace and opportunities for all. Very much against coercion of all kinds. May the very small contribution I make remove the evil in politics and religion globally.

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Populier

Posted on December 14, 2016 at 11:58am 0 Comments

Populier met jou blarejas
dit is tyd dat jy moet was
kaalgestroop staan jy daar
stok alleen
net jou bas
dankbaar vir die reen
"'!!'""'!!'""'!!'"

MODERATION is like WATER
Water is greater than gold
Life is precious
we are told
Be wise and strong
in this season of ding dong

Eternal Peace Vs Peace Between People

Posted on November 30, 2016 at 3:02pm 0 Comments

Hallo Members

It has been a while. We as thinking beings, are only able to achieve peace amongst ourselves. Those who claim otherwise, have to prove their statements. It is in the best interest of humanity.

You Shall Not Steal!!!

Posted on May 1, 2015 at 4:13am 2 Comments

Today is the day. It is workers day in SA. May today be the day that people all over the globe take a honest and real look at their attitude towards the have nots and vulnerable. Why do we have a poor majority in all countries?



Is the golden rule not what you put in you get out? How does a civil society justify taking everything from those who have nothing but their two hands and two feet to contribute.



Who's error is this? The general level of the masses?



Years… Continue

Adam ? Mada(SA context)

Posted on February 11, 2015 at 3:06am 0 Comments

Hallo members

2015 Can be the year of great global and human growth. The objective is to keep the opposition alive and healthy. Then the planet as a whole will prosper in the future. Life is always give and take. Will the supper rich give more opportunities to the supper poor so that those in the middle do not have to work so hard to maintain the balance please?

Thanks to all the mothers, daughters and little girls for your contribution in a too violant and chauvinistic…

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