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Showing posts from June 14, 2023

Practicing Self Reflection, Silent Meditation and Self-Trust

"Sometimes the most valuable and efficient use of your time is to simply be still, allowing your mind and spirit to rest, recharge, and realign." Michael Corthell Silent meditation and self-reflection can be, and most often are, the most efficient use of your time. In a world that thrives on constant distractions and incessant noise, taking the time to sit in silence and turn inward can be a transformative and rejuvenating experience. In this fast-paced and interconnected age, it is easy to get caught up in external chaos, leaving little room for self-discovery and personal growth. Engaging in silent meditation allows you to detach from external stimuli and connect with your inner self. It provides a space for introspection, where you can observe your thoughts, emotions, and sensations without judgment or attachment. This process cultivates self-awareness and a deep understanding of your true nature. By pausing the constant mental chatter, you create a space

Essay: ''What I want for Me, I desire for Thee''

"True happiness is not solely about our own desires, but also about considering the well-being of others." The phrase "What I want for me, I desire for thee" holds profound meaning and carries significant importance when it comes to understanding human relationships and personal fulfillment. It captures the essence of selflessness, empathy, and the recognition of the interconnected nature of our lives.  This concept reminds us that true happiness and contentment can only be achieved when our desires extend beyond ourselves and encompass the well-being of others. When we embrace the idea of desiring for thee, we can cultivate a deep sense of empathy. It encourages us to not only consider our own wants and needs but also to understand and value the desires of others. By extending our desires beyond ourselves, we develop a genuine sense of compassion, which strengthens our connections and fosters deeper relationships. It reminds us that our own happiness should not be

Veganism, Albert Einstein and ''The Connected Universe''

"We are spiritually interconnected, part of a unified whole. There are no 'others,' only One, from which all emanates." Michael Corthell Albert Einstein is one of the most famous figures in history. He was a scientist known for his formula, E=MC(2). Einstein was a vegetarian during the last years of his life, although he had supported the idea for a long time. In a letter to Max Kariel he said, "I have always eaten animal flesh with a somewhat guilty conscience," and soon after became a vegetarian. Einstein's famous quote: "Nothing will benefit health or increase chances of survival  on earth as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." and further commenting... ''A human being is a part of the whole, called by us "Universe," a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delus