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Pink Floyd – Another Brick in the Wall.

This was a good song in 1979 when it came out. But over the last 45 years, it has taken on a new meaning in my life… it’s part of the break up of Pink Floyd, and they went their separate ways, being sprayed with Graffiti into colorful little Bricks… but they are bricks of …

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The Selfish Gene… or the Hoarder Mentality

  A 9 minute video, disturbing the minds for future use. Filling their ledgers with studies and results…   The Hoarder Mentality…    I was going to say my “opinion of someone else’s opinion”, which I made a euphemism about “wars” in a song. Also the song’s first verse was my old college friend’s poem, …

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It’s A Cage

2Rains – It’s A Cage This song is lyrically depressing, but lyrically freeing in the end. It’s about the life filled with laws and regulations, being a cage, and that we stare out at the world outside, of that cage feeling imprisoned, which is the depressing part. We need freedom to open that cage at …

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Pacifier Religions: once we’re sucking,we don’t cry

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— Pacifier Religions: once we’re sucking, we don’t cry —   The religions of this fleshly world, are the pacifiers of the global society. They take the place of God, for just a temporary relief. The hunger is always there as long, as we are alive, but there is a spiritual hunger, and the fleshly …

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The Diverse Interconnected World

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— The Diverse Interconnected World : A Convoluted Mess —   The diversity of the world could be a convoluted mess, or a more complex intricate beauty. It came into my mind today when I looked at this video about Portland cement. I saw everything was interconnected with each other, about the thousandth time in …

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Info Intake Overload : Complacent Madness

— Info Intake Overload : Complacent Madness —   supplied by the massive info intake upon the mind from the Internet, we’re left confused, or enlightened. It raises a complacent madness, which is an unconscious form of denial. It makes us feel superior to our ancestors. A form of pride that will be our downfall, …

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Religions before Sacraments and Traditions

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Religions before Sacraments, Traditions : Diluting with Pollutants 10/03/2016 God is the main focus of a religion, but we don’t agree on what God is. I’m a basket case trying to figure what God is. The old quote “Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad” is a phrase spoken by Prometheus in Henry …

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Anger Management

— Anger Management : Managing anger into a mild boil —   Like the simmer dial on the stove of emotions, you need to stop boiling over… I know it’s hard to do. I live for the moment which is unaware of the emotional control, well for me anyways. I wish I could control my …

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