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20 Year Anniversary and Parasuniversal presents reSource on YouTube

20 Year Anniversary and Parasuniversal presents reSource on YouTube

I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for 20 years consistently. The below screenshot should give you the history. I think I’ve been blogging before blogging was even a word. Anyway, this post is mostly about introducing reSource on YouTube. As I’ve changed so much from the time I started this, it’s time to change again to something I think needs attention in the time we’re living. Mission statement that will change over time too: Welcome to a channel aimed…

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Mein Kampf – My Struggle by Adolf Hitler

Mein Kampf – My Struggle by Adolf Hitler

Mein Kampf (“My Struggle”) is a political manifesto written by Adolf Hitler. It was his only complete book and became the bible of National Socialism in the German Third Reich. It was published in two volumes, which dated 1925 and 1927.  Defies fathers vision for his future and goes his own way. Preferred knowing about history instead of just memorising names and dates. Loved reading and reflecting on what he read from books and pamphlets but also didn’t care much…

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This is The Age of Spin – Dave Chappelle on Technology and Apathy

This is The Age of Spin – Dave Chappelle on Technology and Apathy

We all need to break just from that technology, just for a minute. My point is, for a guy your age wouldn’t even know the pain, because in your generation, it’s like the space shuttle blows up every fucking day (refereing to the time his teacher put on the TV so the class could watch the space shuttle launch which then blew up). How can you care about anything when you know every goddamn thing? I’m getting over one cop…

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Conversations With God – Book 3 by Neale Donald Walsch

Conversations With God – Book 3 by Neale Donald Walsch

Conversations With God – Book 3 by Neale Donald Walsch Notes: – This book will have Concepts dealing with other realms, other dimensions, and how the whole intricate weave fits together. Act as if you are, and you will draw it to you. What you act as if you are, you become. In other words, “Fake it until you make it.” Therefore, whatever you choose for yourself, give to another. – No one is more ill-equipped to raise children than…

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Avoiding waste with the Japanese concept of ‘mottainai’

Avoiding waste with the Japanese concept of ‘mottainai’

Download 25 minute audio of a related talk – Mottainai: a philosophy of waste The idea of ‘mottainai’—a Japanese approach to the concept of waste—could provide the west with a philosophical answer to environmental crises. Kevin Taylor, a graduate student in environmental philosophy from Southern Illinois University, explores this nuanced ethic of care and its deep roots in eastern ways of thinking. In environmental studies, islands are often noted as isolated places where people have caused problems by exhausting local resources. The most…

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The Circle of Courage – Native American Model of Education

The Circle of Courage – Native American Model of Education

“Anthropologists have long known that Native Americans reared courageous, respectful children without using harsh coercive controls. Nevertheless, Europeans colonizing North America tried to “civilize” indigenous children in punitive boarding schools, unaware that Natives possessed a sophisticated philosophy that treated children with deep respect.”~ The Circle of Courage “The Circle of Courage is a model of positive youth development first described in the book Reclaiming Youth at Risk, co-authored by Larry Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern. The model integrates Native American philosophies of child-rearing,…

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