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The Application of Common Sense to Living
authors of this site present the case for Sanatana Dharma which is humanities
only sustainable solution for the long term survival of our species.
You may wonder that younger children continuously ask "why" about everything but there comes a point in their lives when they stop asking and that's a tragedy. They stop asking for many reasons. For some, it's parental indifference, ignorance or anger, or that parents impose their beliefs. Since it is impossible to know everything, teaching children to believe or making them stop asking is detrimental to the child and to civilisation.
We should not and in fact we must not stop asking the why of everything because that is the instigator of understanding life and to stop asking why is to suppress natural curiosity. Those who have stopped asking extend their intelligence into politics and consumerism, perhaps having decided that some questions are far too difficult and are content to leave the research to the qualified experts and those who have the technology to see into the stars.
A blueprint for the survival of humanity
Surviving threats to human existence and happiness.
"On the ground of equanimity, pour the water of love and sow the seed of
"With humans across the globe encroaching further and further upon Earth's resources, the realization that our resources are finite has dawned and we now face the urgent dilemma of knowing how to create a sustainable future for ourselves. ~ Thom Hartmann.
Many conspiracy theories are true, our elected leaders are selling us 'down the river' as in the old expression. In this short video, Abby Martin says it well, I invite you to cast aside your disbeliefs and take note of what's happening around you.
"The Worldwide control of humanity's economic, social and political activities is under the helm of US corporate and military power. Underlying this process are various schemes of direct and indirect military intervention. These US sponsored strategies ultimately consist in a process of global subordination." ~ Global research.
Sadly we live in a world ruled by economic values - not human values - I think that this is at the root of all our social and economic problems. To be human, we need to live by human values and to merge into our humanity or as someone harshly commented about Prof LLoyd Geering's book, we'll simply become extinct.
Sadly we live in a world where corporations rule backed by the US military. They are destroying the environment through exploitation of the Earth's resources and wars for control of those resources while the bankers are crooks running the worlds greatest ponzi scheme, and if they fail, the people are made to pay. We the people are complicit as we've been brainwashed, coerced into accepting false beliefs as truth and made economically dependent i.e., slaves to the system.
The foundation stone for democracy and human rights embodying more ancient Hindu ideas was written and placed as a foundation stone under the city of Percepolis in 500BC (history channel), this was a seven kg block of solid gold and the first Islamic act on conquering Egypt was to create a tax system. The structure of modern government was put together by the Turks. But there's so much more in the history we learned at school is wrong and my main concern is the current world war which began with Eisenhower's speech in 1942 when he said "this is a battle for control of the world" and the USA (and governing corporations) has been at war with the world ever since.
Freedom is a four step solution
"Arguing with a person who has renounced the use of reason