Monthly Archives: August 2019

A Vision for Good Money We see a world where we, the people, have evolved to the point where no one is deliberately taking advantage of another; where there is honor, accountability, clarity, and integrity demonstrated by those who maintain … Continue reading

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I learned early the folly of fighting the viciously inclined. I was once expelled from an island, as a boy, by a gloomy and brooding governor on a charge of always being happy and smiling. There was no more story … Continue reading

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A Vision for Shelter This Vision is short, but oh-so heartfelt. A huge thanks to Fred King Andrews for sending it to us. My vision is that all human residents of the earth are living in sheltered habitat, in homes; … Continue reading

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Source: Teaching Martin Luther King as a Radical

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“If an individual had to choose between his own self-respect and the safety of his body and if he chose safety of the body, he would live in misery forevermore. … “Hardly any information that Man has came to us … Continue reading

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Source: We Said Archives – We Said Go Travel

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“Courage itself is a very, very tiny particle, but it is so close up to the top of the band that the idea of erasing a person’s courage is an almost impossible thing. What you can do is make him … Continue reading

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