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Thoughts on the unique quality of the American ‘perpetual power vacuum’ – the fear of a person in power, its origins with Moses, and the tug-of-war between a system and humanity

Here’s a thought I had: It seems, to me, that the U.S. has a unique power vacuum problem.  It is largely a result of its political system.  It creates a condition that leads to a power vacuum that can never … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘secular oppression’

Here’s a thought I had (it seems that I may of spoken of similar themes, or maybe even repeated this theme, in other blogs though I cannot remember which ones): Recently, I have been speaking of something which I keep calling … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my statement “We are no longer in the era where ideas matter” with remarks about Christianity, creativity, originality, and systemism

Recently, I said something interesting.  I said: “We are no longer in the era where ideas matter.” In Western history there was a period of time when ideas mattered:  the Protestant Reformation (1500’s) to the end of the cold war (about 1990).  During this … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a problem when I was a teenager and its relation with problems of teenagers nowadays

Here’s a thought I had (which is really a continuation of similar themes found in “Some thoughts I had while walking through a University campus: the revulsion in becoming a “systemite” and the “war for humanness”“0: Recently, I was talking to a … Continue reading

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Some thoughts I had while walking through a University campus: the revulsion in becoming a “systemite” and the “war for humanness”

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I walked through the campus of the University of Utah, where I went for several semesters (see a previous article on similar issues called “Some thoughts on my experience at the University“).  It brought back many … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘squashed mind’ – the impairing effects of formal education

Recently, I was discussing some interesting things about University trained people that brought on some interesting points (some of which I may of mentioned before): I first began by saying that I consider University trained people as ‘impaired’.  My experience is … Continue reading

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A reply to the question: “what type of government does the U.S. have”? – The rise of ‘government-by-policy’

Here’s an interesting thought: Recently, I’ve heard someone ask the question “what type of government does the U.S. have?”  Generally, the reply is a democracy or, sometimes, a republic.  These, to me, are generic and patriotic responses to something that … Continue reading

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