The Paradox of silence.

“Buddha’s doctrine: man suffers because of his craving to possess and keep forever things which are impermanent. Chief among these things is his own person, for this is his means of isolating himself from the rest of life, his castle into which he can retreat and from which he can assert himself against external forces. […]

Perspective

This blog was aimed at dealing with what I don’t like and what I am like. I have decided on the reverse. Discussing what is keeping us stupid. Fallacy. Def A fallacy is an erroneous argument dependent upon an unsound or illogical contention. There are many fallacy examples that we can find in everyday conversations. http://literarydevices.net/fallacy/ […]

Moral outrage and Moral ambiguity

Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela and Gandhi when we think of these icons we don’t remember them for the fact that they were morally ambiguous. We remember them for the stand they took against wrongs in the communities they found themselves. Modern marketing and influences almost leaves one with the idea that that its better to […]