NO MASTERS NO SLAVES I know there is much we can learn from each other, if we can negotiate a truce. We can find a way to co-exist. Can there be a peace between us? Natural Law awaits you and rewards you for your Right Actions. Natural Law awaits Higher Consciousness and the Power of your Flesh to take Action. May your journey through life always lead you to the light.
"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth." "It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." "Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after." "Wealth is the ability to fully experience life." "None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm" "Our life is frittered away by detail... simplify, simplify." "If a man constantly aspires is he not elevated?" "Being is the great explainer." "The universe is wider than our views of it." "Be not simply good; be good for something." Henry David Thoreau.... Sometimes we may take the man on the "Strike at The Root" masthead forgranted. The subtle yet powerful influence of Henry David Thoreau probably remains his greatest creation. The books, journals and manuscripts, his written observations, impressive as they may be, somehow seem secondary to that influence. Instead, his personal life, his optimism, his highly individualistic code, his philosophy of introspection, his childlike delight in even the simplest forms of life, his belief that God and man were aligned through nature, his resistance to the dictates of society or the state, his outspokeness against the abuses of power, have had a far more profound effect on modern opinion than that of any other American writer. Just as Walden inspired the environmental movement more than a century after it was written, the essay, “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience,” effected a worldwide range of rights movements over the past 150 years—too many to count–spanning abolition and civil rights to include the antiwar, draft and tax resistance movements today. This single essay, Civil Disobedience, inspired such diverse thinkers as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Tolstoy, Gandhi and, most recently, Martin Luther King. Not surprisingly, it is not required reading in high school. Tolstoy, who influenced Gandhi, was deeply taken by Thoreau and yet noticed the general indifference of mercantile Americans to the idea of civil rights in the Nineteenth Century. Wrote Sanderson Beck, “Leo Tolstoy…asked Americans why they did not pay more attention to Thoreau’s ideas instead of their financial and industrial millionaires and their generals and admirals.”
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My Name is Grendal. So I'm not sure where to go with this or what to say. Let's start at the most important thing. I am a rabid constitutionalist. Like our founders believed it is to be upheld and preserved at any cost.
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Aquarian Anarchy investigates the idea that we own ourselves. No person, group of people, government, god or spirit have legitimate authority over anyone. Voluntary cooperation in love, compassion, and freedom is the only ethical way to organize society. Check out our Store- This is a blog about natural, healthy and sustainable lifestyle. We are three neuroscients, Ana (PhD), Marjan (MSc) and Christoph (PhD), that beyond neuroscience, are also very much interested in topics related to a healthy, natural and sustainable lifestyle. We have been extensively reading and learning about these topics for several years and we would like now to share what we have been learning with others. As scientists, it is important for us to support all our articles by scientific studies (the references can be found at the end of each article). Although scientific, we try to write in a way that is understandable by everyone. We also share healthy recipes that we have been creating ourselves. You can visit our Blog at: All articles are available in English, Portuguese, German and French.
The world is not such a mess because it's full of bad people. That's what they want us to believe. How many really bad people do you know from your direct environment? The world is like it is because we give bad people the chance to rise to power and control the masses. They manipulate good people into doing bad things they naturally wouldn't do. It's all possible because of the blind belief in authority, because of the current system (statism). If we don't change the system the world is never going to change. Your voice counts. WAKE UP! Nobody can save us but ourselves.
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Apr 2018
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