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Saying Good-bye, and Hello

NOTE: This article is a duplicate of the last post from my WordPress site. This is a one-time event.  Earlier this month I received a quiet announcement that Thought For Food had been on WordPress for 10 years. Working with, and guided by an India-based website developer/designer/SEO analyst Radhey Sharma, the new Thought For Food (www.phaelosopher.com), will be an amalgamation and synthesis

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Election Season: Time to Start Speaking Up

The Clinton Trump Show is set to come to a head soon and, it will be what it will be. For all the concerns that you hear from politicians during an campaign race about “jobs,” it is rarely considered that, for the most part, those “jobs” will be of little interest to most employees. “Jobs” is the word that politicians use to create a Pavlovianesque salivation response, which suggests that the masses have little in the way of resourcefulness to find or create their own jobs. This notion has evolved, in part, through educational entrainment, early in life, to pursue employability, so as to earn someone’s favor who will pay you money for your favors (i.e., skills). Money is deemed, without question, the way to establish one’s value, both to self, and to society. It is a false notion, and one way that we lose connection to our heart and soul.

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Novel Idea: How about Postponing the Election?

If democracy is to work, the responsible thing to do is to acknowledge when it is not working as intended, so that appropriate changes can be made, not by the politicians, but by The People. It begins with changes in thinking, from which new choices and behavior will follow.

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Principle-based Elections: A Makable Change

After watching the third presidential debate and the “roast” fundraiser the following night in New York where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were featured speakers, it first occurred to me that the best action the American People can take at this time is refuse to vote for either Democrat or Republican candidate.

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The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues

The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues

The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues Speculations and debates about who “won” the vice presidential standoff between Senator Tim Kaine and Gov.Mike Pence last week overlooks the largest “loser” in the equation: namely, the People of both the United States, and the world. After watching the vice presidential “debate” on October 4, the salient question might be, which of these men would you…

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Modern Day Mystic Show Tonight

I’m looking forward to talking water, consciousness, and change with Peter Schenk and his co-host Donna Whittington, of Modern Day Mystic at 8pm (Eastern) tonight. If you can, tune in and join in. He’s doing some amazing things with water too, that I’m eager to learn about. Follow the link, or visit the Modern Day Mystic YouTube Channel to access the LIVE…

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Let’s do a ‘Mulligan’ on the Primaries

I’m no fan of the “lesser of two evils” school of political choicemaking. What you get, in the end, is evil, not so much in the candidates personally (although there could be some question about Mrs. Clinton), but in the perpetuation of policies and practices that are already exploiting the mass of humanity (not just Americans), for the profit and continued…

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Time to Say “Good-bye” to Germ Theory

I received a call the other day from a man, we’ll call him Jacob, whose organization sells our vortex generators for water enrichment (under its own name) to farms on the East Coast. He sold a unit to an organic dairy farmer, who we’ll call Paul. After a number of months, Jacob wasn’t getting any love, referrals, or new business, from Paul. Instead, Paul…

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U.S. Politics: It’s a Sham Shame

It is a pleasure to be at a “normal” keyboard again. For any who have wondered, after being unable to raise sufficient funds to climb out of arrears in the place where I resided for 11 years, I accepted and cooperated with my landlord to vacate the premises via an eviction process. Of our belongings that weren’t given away or…

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‘The Shift’ and Growing Up

Shift is happening. It’s certainly happening for me. How about you? A couple weeks ago I asked for help to avert a judgment to be evicted from the place that I have called “home” for the past 11 years. Well, it didn’t work. In spite of a rash of product orders that came in and some donations for which I…

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Orlando Shooting: Another Weapon of Mass Distraction

My first Saturday Night ThoughtFest experience was quickly overshadowed by the next act of insanity in Florida, when a gunman (or gunmen) engaged in the latest WMD, or “weapon of mast distraction”. The media calls this a terrorist event, and it was. However, the assertion that the perpetrator(s) was or were “inspired by ISIS” doesn’t ring true. What rings true to me…

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Saturday Night ThoughtFest Debut

How about this for little notice or planning? If you have nothing better to do, please join me in some realtime interaction tonight (for me), 8-11pm PST, when I host my first Saturday Night Thoughtfest on Google Hangouts. You can watch it on YouTube. The recent (and current) issues that I have been experiencing have crystallized a number of subjects that affect us…

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A Day of Reckoning; A Cry for Help

Today is one of those “zero” days in my life; a reset day, where we cross the event horizon that marks change. Sometimes we know it when it’s happening. Other times, we don’t. Today I know. What I don’t know is how it turns out. In previous posts I have sounded mild alarms, due to a shortfall of money. It’s personal and business…

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Money and Competition: A Dysfunction Duo

I want to thank those who have responded to my call for fiscal Samaritans. I have talked to some and gained an appreciation for how the work I’ve done has touched their lives. Or to put it differently, how they have enriched  their own lives on the strength of choices they made after receiving information that I delivered. The donations and purchases…

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Seeking Fiscal Samaritans

I am at the edge of what appears to be a fiscal/financial abyss. Or maybe it’s just a matter of perspective. I am in the far-too-familiar (for me) position of owing far more money to people than I have taken in. This is not necessarily because of money given and not repaid; more about choosing to give my energy to endeavors for which…

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Talking Water with Dr. Wil Spencer

It’s becoming a habit we both enjoy. Wednesday, May 18 (2pm-4pm EST) will be my third visit with Dr. Wil Spencer, The Body Electrician and Chief Environot, on his radio program, An Alternate Perspective (www.freedomslips.com Studio A). This time we’ll discuss water, that ubiquitous substance that not only makes all life possible, but both health and disease. [Update 5/27/2016 ~ Here it…

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Prince: Respects yes, but there’s other stuff we need to look at.

As news of Prince’s sudden death came in and has filtered throughout the world, my mind was elsewhere. “Sudden deaths” of high-profile people tend to serve as effective distractions to overshadow other issues that warrant our attention. This is not to minimize the shock and sadness that some people will feel for not being able to enjoy more from this talented…

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Inertia and the Forces of Change

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Although change is the only acknowledged constant in the universe, inertia can be described as the tendency of whatever exists to continue or be repeated as it is. In other words, from moment-to-moment, that which exists will, for all practical purposes, appear to be unchanged. It is reassuring to know that the appearance does not represent the truth of the matter. All that exists is always different than…

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