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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Everyone of us has experiences that could be diagnosed. Too much sugar [or other substances], too little sleep, too much lifecrap and those experiences can start to make life weird, or difficult. Even a superhero cape, mask and on-the-outside-underpants cannot … Continue reading
Crap makes this world go around. Buying crap, and especially crap we know we don’t need also makes a very few of us rich, the rest of us poor and sucks the humanity out of humanity. What to do the … Continue reading
Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.” -Martin … Continue reading
Music’s gonna set you free It’s gonna set you free Gotta have House, music, all night long With that House, music, you can’t go wrong Give … Continue reading
put some sauce on it he-e-e-e-y-y Yup! wearz me gray-vee?
In 1943 two out of three world leaders heard voices – practically a job qualification to lead a country. Continue reading
Real world trials demonstrate that Dr Ken Placebo Psychiatry – when administered regularly – is at least as effective as doing nothing; and three times more effective as yer average bio-bio-bio Psychiatrist for most populations – and unlike some psychiatric hospitals, … Continue reading
When we stop telling others what they need we might just create the space they need to speak for themselves.
We don’t need to be smart, clever or all knowing: we just need be willing to listen. Continue reading