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The Everyday Philosopher

Plastacine

Everything new is a combination of existing material rearranged, to that end, anything is subject to change. The basic “material” or stuff of the universe is as one, there is no true separation and certainly no fixed states. Us humans are creators of the new. What do we choose that to be?

Mark Twain Quote

“It’s easier to fool people than convince them they have been fooled” Humility and an acceptance that things are not necessarily how we thought they were along with the bravery to understand how they really are is the only way to break free from the net of any limiting control mechanism.

Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO!

Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO! So why is it? Because those with superior brain power are able to acquire a luxurious lifestyle by creating or working in a system that creates or deals in a product …

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Welcome to The Everyday Philosopher Blog. The place to read views, ideas and reaction to just about everything. With a large helping of common sense, an ultimately positive and comical penchant for a rant, a helping of undefined spirituality, a pinch of surrealism, a sometimes tongue in cheek, sometimes deadly serious ambition to share thoughts that have the …

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