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... idea for a nation, even though we aren’t living up to it right now.
Mass-education cannot work to produce a fair society because its daily practice is practice in rigged competition, suppression, and intimidation. The schools we’ve allowed to develop can’t work to teach nonmaterial values, the values which give meaning to everyone’s life, rich or poor, because the structure of schooling is held together by a Byzantine tapestry of reward and threat, ...
... I had not long sat down when I completely blacked out and starting shaking. When I came to I was asking where I was. Dad and the guide got me in a mototaxi and back to the hotel. Getting out of the mototaxi, I was sick and managed to get into the hotel. The owner of the hotel was very good and took my BPS with an automatic machine - it was low. She asked me to ...
... to the others in the maloca with an eloquence, fluency and wisdom beyond anything I've ever known, and after about an hour I realized for the first time in my life that my ego was nowhere to be found. The connection that was made that evening was nothing less than cosmic.
Ceremonies in Iquitos have been very physical, though during the last I did the spirit of chuchuhuasi appeared to me as a handsome Latino man in ...
... normal;"> In the beginning of this book, it was stated that the composite Elohim expresses the life and action of Aleph. It was also pointed out that no letter-number -- whether Aleph, Bayt, or any other -- has its full meaning except in its relationship to others. This is because each letter-number is a symbol for one aspect of life's totality. Likewise, every colour in the rainbow is of and in the light.
... thirty minutes to get ready and then were off in our first tour by canoe. It's interesting going during the rainy season as you sail past trees that must normally be twice as tall when all the water has disappeared - and they're tall as they are! We saw monkeys, birds and some enormous lily pads on that first trip. The scenery is so dramatic that you know you're in the jungle, and the sounds of it are all around you. After lunch and a little rest in a hammock (things ...
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