Blog Blurbs

Blurbs

 

The Far Sides of Forever is a poetic rendition of the relationship between ones eternal before and after life and ones life in this realm.  Through the use of the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ metaphor.

 

 

Transfigurational Attitudes on the individual level is a basic nonviolent perspective that can be applied to oneself, ones loved ones, friends and ‘enemies’ and involves individual nonviolent sacrifice for the good of all.

 

 

Transfigurational Attitudes on the national level is a basic nonviolent perspective of the relationship between ones nations God, citizenry, and government that can be applied to ones nation, ones allies nations and ones ‘enemies’ nation, and involves nonviolent sacrifice on the national level for the good of all nations on our planet.

 

 

On the Supreme Being Number One is an essay about the possible origins and fates of a given cosmos and the ramifications of considering all possibilities as opposed to one exclusive cosmogenesis form.

 

 

On the Supreme Being Number Two is an essay about the possible religious experiences of every life form in our universe and is involved in obtaining full humanness. 

 

 

The Shared Soul Experience is a contemplative essay that I consider along with the other religious experiences.  It can be used as a template for ones soul experience and other peoples’ soul experience friend or ‘enemy’ for personal contemplation.

 

 

Nonviolent Code is an evolving work on the rules of nonviolent technology that can be expanded to include the Transfigurational Attitudes on the national level. And I am interested in others perspectives on it to further evolve the code system.

 

 

 

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