Category: Parenting

Love and the desire for closeness

What is love? I mean genuine, conscious and spiritual love; not the wishy washy “I love ya ‘cause I fancy ya, or because there’s some pleasure or convenience involved.” Genuine love is not something that words alone would manage to describe. And, no, I’m not talking about the fallacy of someone erroneously assuming something to […]

Love makes no compromise; love does what is right, no matter what

I want to share with you what are perhaps some of the most profoundly disgusting ways that mindless and self-loathing morons use nowadays, as a means of excusing their complacency and addiction to their own enslavement. This would-be “conversation” started with a person who is (but who is gradually starting to no longer be, at […]

Vaccines are bullshit. Big Pharma is a cartel that profits off trying to keep people in a state of constant sickness.

First and foremost, I want to ask you a moral question: do you think it is ever moral or right, for someone to try and force you – or anyone, for that matter – to do something against your expressed consent? No? Good. Let’s continue. I recently came across this article (https://www.publichealth.org/public-awareness/understanding-vaccines/vaccine-myths-debunked/) that basically attempts […]

Raising kids to be spiritual and creative, intuitive and intelligent, responsible and strong people.

First off, I want to mention that if we, as soul and spirit, choose to experience something in life – whatever that may be – we’ll manifest it, no matter what in-reality circumstances we might come across. All of which are actually there as means for us to do what we came here to do. […]

We don’t stand for this! This is child exploitation and manipulation! Stop sexualizing kids, motherfuckers!

I mean, holy fucking shit! I occasionally read and watch stuff about how “pedophiles should also adopt children”, or things about how “pole dancing isn’t sexualizing kids”… while the little girls wear skin tight, revealing clothing and spread their legs before an audience. “Oh, we’re not sexualizing kids. We’re just, um… teaching them about their […]

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