A Thirty Minutes Trip to Home

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It takes thirty minutes a day to go to “Kallipolis”. Kallipolis, is the ideal city state governed by a philosopher king, an ideal heaven of wisdom and reason. An ideal inner state of being. It first appears in Plato’s work, a 5th century BC Greek philosopher, famously known for his Socratic Dialogues, Platonic Ideas and Allegories, for whom it has been said “all of western philosophy is but a footnote to Plato”. In his monumental work “The Republic”, (“Politeia”, in Greek), a political Bible so to speak, he introduces the definition of the 5 fundamental regimes to be found in any sovereign country until today. Aristocracy, Timocracy, Oligarcy, Democracy and Tyranny. He then connects the nature of each regime with his tripartire theory of the soul, the LSA. Our soul…
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Divide and Conquer Any Day Now

Divide and Conquer Any Day Now

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Any day now; the nucleus is under pressure. It’s been like that for years but now some parts of the core periphery are under collapse. The power nests in the core; external forces push for a break up, so all that large concentrations of power fall into chunks, separate in individual parts with less and less power, hoping that the nucleus will be corrupted and surrender to the substance or frequency and certainly the scope of the external force. Those aware of the divide and conquer strategy will foster relationships and promote ideas or influence a way of thinking that sets out of focus the priority of guarding vital powers of the system. With a great understanding of the people’s way of thinking a strategy of divide and conquer can…
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Does clearing ever end?

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When my grandmother died, my mother had to renounce her inheritance and for legal reasons I had too. That was the opposite of what it felt natural to me at that time. I have loved my grandmother all of my life; she was the only one telling me bed time stories and giving me pocket money to buy snacks as a young child. Accepting her belongings was my humble way of saying thank you to all of those good and happy memories and keeping her alive in me. But the memories of a child or of our younger self to a great extent later in life seem delusional and out of prospective; or simply, our perspective in life has changed to the point that those images of the past feel…
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