Parity_Talk_June-07-2009__Either_Moral_or_Stupid We have two choices in life. Either we are moral, or we are stupid. Greed doesn't work no matter how many secret clubs you belong to and crime doesn't pay no matter how "above the law" a person may appear to be. The biggest danger that evil poses is the belief people have that it brings benefits and enrichment to its most skilled practitioners. It's simply not the case because the side effects of maliciousness are everywhere. It's much better to stay balanced and stable. Better yet, help us build a better world. We start by changing our attitudes. On this day we commemorate: Gandhi's first act of civil disobedience and the double taking of Jerusalem.
Many topics discussed including: -the Common Cause and NLP controversy. - Noam Chomsky, Gandhi and codex Alimentarius - Dynamically evolving structural process in family life. - Why morals matter even in our modern age. - Definition of evil: addiction to selfishness. -Maybe a form of non physically violent Anarchy is needed? - Luke Besson´s latest movie on the disastrous state of our planet. - We have to get it to into our heads selfishness cannot be the engine of growth for the planet. Crime does not pay. - We cite examples in our history of states that had a better share in the wealth and were both dynamic and vibrant remembering: Persepolis and Sparta. P.S. the stupid audio intro is just sort of a private joke pertinent to the week.
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