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Observations in The Prosecutors Office (Poem)

Observing the law in action, trying to contain my reaction, Could not believe the explanations I heard, bizarre and absurd, Before the courts defendants arguing torts when charged with Provincial Offences, Some defendants were ordered to mend fences, remedy infractions of a by-law, I could not believe what I saw, Fines imposed, indiscretions exposed, guilty […]

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Thought Processes Postulations

Is it possible to have more than one thought at a time? To be able to walk and chew gum at the same time is an interesting capability. To be able to rub ones belly and pat ones head simultaneously are considered by some to be rare accomplishments. But are these activities actually more than […]

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Humor Is it Funny?

Jokes are funny. Cynicism can be moderately humorous too! But what makes us laugh at humor? Perhaps we have a desire to laugh – we only need a reason. With less face-to-face communication, we appreciate any sense of humor, in which we can delight. Smiling faces and smiley faces of all varieties, with winks and […]

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How to Think

Recently I was speaking with my friend about thinking. It might seem like a strange topic and slightly odd. But, even while not being an official Philosopher, I felt I could contribute to this discussion in a thoughtful way. I had just completed reading a book specifically about thinking. Having read this book numerous times, […]

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Speculative Cynic

Let us ponder collective intentionality, and the power of effectiveness; for causative change, in a revealed domain. Let us postulate an integrated system that operates with precise synchronicity and spans the entire construct on levels. Let us further query into the interconnectedness of mind, collective unconscious and the wisdom that is the bridge which joins […]

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Parting of the Red Sea

Did you ever hear the story about the Red Sea splitting in the Bible? Some people claim that it was really the Reed Sea or some other waterway. Regardless of your belief on where the event occurred, let us look at the lessons to learnt from the narrative of the story. The Hebrews were enslaved […]

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Perceived Reality

How much of your perceived reality is real versus the degree of imagined fiction in your life?  Does the way you conceive of your world effect the way the world interacts with you? Are your thoughts and beliefs about people accurate? Perhaps what we believe to be true about others is partially correct. The remaining part of […]

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Thus Spoke John Galt

Thus Spoke John Galt In the book Atlas Shrugged, whenever an idea, thought or statement seemed so bizarre that it could not be explained, a reference was made; being: “Who is John Galt?” Herein this article the reference will be used in the same manner. Thus spoke John Galt: Why when people are carded on […]

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The Way It Is In the World

There are rules everywhere. Policies, practices, codes of conduct seem to exist in every area of one’s life. General rules, specific rules. If you live in a condominium there are internal rules. A cooperative housing project also has rules, which may be classified as bylaws. Every person who lives in a certain place and / […]

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Return of the King

Why does it seem as though those with less are always expected to achieve more and those with more are required to do less? It is quite strange that throughout history those people who were members of the working class were kept so busy that they would not have time or clarity of mind to […]

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