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Veritas Neo: The New Vision for a New Reality

By: Kee

...for all in this world, a universal church you could say. This Book is the start of something truly amazing. When people come to us, they find not o... ...___________ I a m Trinity, and I have loved this man for two lifetimes. He started to come into some of his greater abilities shortly after the two o... ... So move over Superman 'cause he's coming to save the day He wakes up each morning with a true sense of purpose, He knows what must be done He's stron... ...s another way. Why is Neo an inspiration to me, and why do I believe? For starters he made me realise more that I CAN in-fact do anything if I tried... ...ag snapping in the wind of someone’s youthful idealism, or abolishing all weapons because, somehow, that’s going to change things. Peace is not abou... ...ome potential for freedom. Bless all forms of intelligence. Your mind is a weapon. The war is for freedom. The revolution is now. Lock and load. ____... ... System as a whole would free anyone. Think about it! If we abolished all weapons right now, me might have "peace" for a hundred years, or a hundred... ... around and tell you... that sure, there's peace. They can wake up in the morning and there isn't rubble to slice them into bleeding shards... there...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...s arise when we study the other party to these implicit agreements: the embryo. To start with, it lacks consciousness (in the sense that is needed ... ...derivatives ones, dictated by our affiliation (citizenship). This leads to another startling conclusion: There is no such thing as a self-consiste... ... Economists would do well to discard their models and go back to basics. They could start by asking: Why do shareholders acquiesce with executive m... ...ts and deselect its opponents, and to give birth to increasingly more sophisticated weapons in the pro-order arsenal. We, humans, were such an order... ...icated weapons in the pro-order arsenal. We, humans, were such an order-increasing weapon until recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily ... ... desire? We are prisoners in the universe of our emotions, never to emerge and the weapons of language are useless. Each one of us develops his or ... ...week they have only for their wages wretchedness and misery. When I go out in the morning and see these men standing in their queues and look into... ... week they have only for their wages wretchedness and misery. When I go out in the morning and see these men standing in their queues and look into...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

... with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pain... ...horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stoo... ...man clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and crowned with twelve stars. That which is declared to us by these magnificent figures, is,... ...t the breaking or dawning of the day: “God shall help her in the dawning of the morning.” (Vulg. mane diluculo.) What meaneth this? What day is it w... ... giving her his hand to raise her up; “God shall help her in the dawning of the morning.” To this understanding we may say without exaggeration, “th... ...ught now to stay a little longer on the consideration of the word, mane, in the morning. This word is found not unfrequently in the prophets and the ... ...st whom the great multitude shall come, to gather the spoils of these enemies: “Weapons, both the shields and the bucklers, the bows, and the arrows,... ... of the field, neither cut down any out of the forests; for they shall burn the weapons with fire.” Ezek. xxxix. 9,10. But in the mystery and text of...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

...an group, through years of work, the same processes that come about when a star is born: condensation, collapse, thermonuclear reactions and the tran... ... production of atomic energy as a final result. The goal of building this star in a human laboratory of Sophia-Analysis is to create a continual tr... ...h and those who embody it, just as what happens, for example, between rock stars and their fans. 15 An artist is someone who makes the impossible... ...at the moment we are nearing sunset, so we cannot see the sun. If it were morning, who would it depend on to let the sun into this room or to not le... ... I have very much admired the comments you made yesterday evening and this morning, both in the small groups and in the big one. Allow me, after hav... ...is actions. He took the concept of forgiveness from Christ but he gave the weapons of nonviolence to an entire populace so they could obtain dignity... ...ssess primary beauty, such as Helen, or artistic beauty, such as Achilles’ weapons, or military glory and conquer Troy, or divine beauty, such as th...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...ons. The first is, when does the voyage of the light that departs from a star end? Can there be a return to the point of departure if the star th... ...’s poem. When Homer speaks of Helen’s beauty, of the beauty of Achilles’ weapons forged by Hephaestus, of Aphrodite’s beauty who betrays her lame ... ...beauty, contrary to the first Homer, who in the Iliad honors the beauty of weapons and of glorious death in battle. Homer is also saying, betwee... ..., with his hiccoughs, astutely makes Demodocus stop singing and he himself starts telling his own tormented story. His storytelling abilities are so... ...istically, are necessary. A similar process happens in the Cosmos when a star is created. First, there is a dark cloud, and then this cloud conden... ... there is beauty in our lives with cunning and deceit, nor with the use of weapons. Ulysses understood this when he proposed to make the pact and,... ...here he immediately falls to earth and goes to sleep. He wakes up the next morning, while not far from him Nausicaa’s servants play happily after ha...

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The Myth of Ulysses and Secondary Beauty

By: Antonio Mercurio

... Sparta. But for how long? With Ulysses’ cunning and the strength of their weapons, the Greeks managed to overcome Troy’s high walls and conquer the ... ...olve the problem of how to save beauty with the use of cunning, deceit and weapons. Ulysses understood this in the very moment he proposed to make t... ...art. He therefore must attempt new ways that are different from the use of weapons and deceit, even though these tactics can still sometimes be neces... ...ereby swear to cultivate our faithfulness to the Pact for Beauty, and every morning, in complete freedom, we will renew our vow. 22 THE BEAU... ... with one eye, who could care less about Zeus’ laws of hospitality, and he starts eating Ulysses’ companions two at a time. Here Ulysses encounte... ... our lives on our defense mechanisms. They hold up for a bit, but then they start to crumble, and we are left with desperation. We must base our li... ...uild a raft. Then she teaches him the art of navigation by night using the stars, and this is an even more precious gift. While in the uterus, a ...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...arret, according to one story, of typhus, or as another version had it, of starvation. Fyodor Pavlovitch was drunk when he heard of his wife’ s death,... ...n from slavery to freedom and to moral perfect- ibility may be a two-edged weapon and it may lead some not to humility and complete self-control but t... ...n his gaze at times. Like all very absent-minded people he would sometimes stare at a person without seeing him. He was silent and rather awkward, but... ...opse. Maximov, a man of sixty, ran rather than walked, turning sideways to stare at them all, with an incredible degree of nervous curiosity. His eyes... ...he used to be always crying, but now she laughs and is gay and happy. This morning she insisted on my letting her stand up, and she stood up for a who... ...ing in his heart, and this feeling had grown more and more painful all the morning in spite of the scenes at the hermitage and at the Father Superior’... ...or Pavlovitch used to go to bed very late, at three or four o’clock in the morning,and would wander about the room at night or sit in an armchair, thi... ...al and had learnt that this very opulent bachelor was passionately fond of weapons. He used to buy pistols, revolvers, daggers, hang them on his wall ... ...dead, with his skull battered in. But with what? Most likely with the same weapon with which Grigory had been attacked. And immediately that weapon wa...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...arret, according to one story, of typhus, or as another version had it, of starvation. Fyodor Pavlovitch was drunk when he heard of his wife’s death, ... ...n from slavery to freedom and to moral perfect- ibility may be a two-edged weapon and it may lead some not to humility and complete self-control but t... ...n his gaze at times. Like all very absent-minded people he would sometimes stare at a person without seeing him. He was silent and rather awkward, but... ...opse. Maximov, a man of sixty, ran rather than walked, turning sideways to stare at them all, with an incredible degree of nervous curiosity. His eyes... ...he used to be always crying, but now she laughs and is gay and happy. This morning she insisted on my letting her stand up, and she stood up for a who... ...ing in his heart, and this feeling had grown more and more painful all the morning in spite of the scenes at the hermitage and at the Father Superior’... ...or Pavlovitch used to go to bed very late, at three or four o’clock in the morning,and would wander about the room at night or sit in an armchair, thi...

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The Republic

By: Plato

...e son of Cephalus chanced to catch sight of us from a distance as we were starting on our way home, and told his servant to run and bid us wait for h... ... the sum of his transgres sions is great he will many a time like a child start up in his sleep for fear, and he is filled with dark forebodings. Bu... ...public 73 lying on his side, then on his back, and then on his face; then starting up and sailing in a frenzy along the shores of the barren sea; now... ... he ends by becoming a hater of philosophy, uncivi lized, never using the weapon of persuasion,—he is like a wild beast, all violence and fierceness,... ...o, in a fig ure pulling off their coats all in a moment, and seizing any weapon that comes to hand, will run at you might and main, before you know ... ...er or by what means he returned to the body he could not say; only, in the morning, awaking suddenly, he found himself lying on the pyre. And thus, Gl...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...AM Page xvi 1 Why Intellectual Property? ___-1 ___0 ___ 1 Imagine yourself starting a society from scratch. Perhaps you fought a revolution, or perh... ...t to market” with an innovation provides the innovator with enough of a head start on the competition to support the innovation. 2 Fourth, while some ... ...r to economics or information theory. But none of those would be as useful a starting place as a letter that was written about two hundred years ago, ... ...ny. After all, the government makes the description of how to make a nuclear weapon classified information. That is clearly “speech,” but its regula- t... ...petitors. Bob Young of Red Hat claims “every business person wakes up in the morning and says ‘how can I become a monopolist?’” Beyond that, though, T... ...musicians on the jukeboxes and then I would go to revival meetings on Sunday morning. So I would get both sides of music. A Chapter 6 130 -1 ___ 0 ___... ...oney when he is in need, is a “kind of friend indeed,” even saves her “early morning loving” just for him (and it is tender loving at that). In the th...

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