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Idealism and Freedom

In the film, The NeverEnding Story, a young boy, Bastian, begins to read a book and is progressively more enthralled by it, eventually coming to several surprising realizations about this story, what it has to say, and how it relates … Continue reading

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Taboo: The Information and Intuition Stranglehold

Any society that stands against freedom will resort to censorship. The blunt form of censorship is legally barring something from being distributed or being openly discussed. The much more subtle form of censorship, something which Jews have practically mastered, is … Continue reading

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The Scorpion and the Frog

SoE: The original telling of this story is usually attributed to Aesop, however many storytellers have told their version throughout the ages with the universal message and application remaining the same. A Parable One day, a scorpion looked around at … Continue reading

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