Service to Others Vs. Service to Self – A new age dichotomy – Part 2

continued from part 1 Other than being designated as the bogey man creed, “Service to Self” does not get as much talk as “Service to Others”.  Indeed, Service to Self is often just brushed upon quickly as The Thing To Not Do, and left along.  In my view, there are times when a “Service to … More Service to Others Vs. Service to Self – A new age dichotomy – Part 2

Service to Others Vs. Service to Self – A new age dichotomy – Part 1

If you have spent any reasonable amount of time reading on topics related to alternative spirituality online, it’s inevitable that you would come across the topics of “Service to Others” and “Service to Self” as creeds one would/should live by.  Both creeds have fairly self-explanatory definitions, but the more interesting issue comes from the reasons … More Service to Others Vs. Service to Self – A new age dichotomy – Part 1

The bonds that bind people, even in abusive relationships

The below is some interesting insights from someone who had been in an abusive relationship with a narcissistic family member for years.  I don’t know if I agree with every point raised, but it gives much to be mulled over: This reminds me of that thing people say about hate. Hate isn’t the opposite of … More The bonds that bind people, even in abusive relationships

Beaver transcript – On Multiculturalism

Another essay by Beaver, this time on the subject of multiculturalism: The world should be multicultural, nations should not. Different cultures and different languages will think differently, which in turn cause a wealth of ideas to spring forth from humanity. It is thus critical to preserve cultures across the world in order to preserve thought. … More Beaver transcript – On Multiculturalism