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19. Free Will?

The question of free will has been present in my mind for quite some time now, and while I have touched on this concept briefly in the past, only now have I felt compelled to actually investigate this question with any real

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Free Will?

The question of free will has been present in my mind for quite some time now, and while I have touched on this concept briefly in the past, only now have I felt compelled to actually investigate this question with any real

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Being Reconciled

In my last two posts, we discovered that opposites are not separate and independent realities, but different aspects of the same One.  While it is relatively simple to understand the fact that in dealing with opposites, one cannot exist without

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The Blame-Game

Not too long ago, my counselor gave me something to think about I have found incredibly enlightening ever since.  What we discussed was the “Drama Triangle Game,” which is a seductive, high-energy blame-game which attempts to redirect the focus of attention, energy,

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