http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -Alps.html
Ever since I was young I've put other human/creatures plight in precedence of my own. My flight may not have given me riches of money but something more valuable, an insight into the honeypot of the human mind. To help others and feel a sense of feel good factor is a selfish selflessness but to help others without a positive feeling is an act of unadulterated unselfishness.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZbM_MIz4RM
I like everyone else has bricks that need to be pulled down in order to see all that is conscious is one. And everyday the media are throwing more bricks into our psychological awareness.
The programming that creates modern computer games is complex. I would hate to see the programme God made to create reality.http://www.thepsychologist.org.uk/archi ... cleID=1224
When love dies so does the truth.
The state of the world, present or imminent, is in Albert Wohlstetter's chilling phrase a delicate balance of terror or sense if you like. Wary of tipping that balance, we face another; A delicate balance of tolerance. Democratic regard for civil rights and due process affords a shelter for subversive efforts of enemy agents and for seditious activities of native sympathisers. An enemy despot can send his fifth column through democracy's open gates whilst keeping his own gates secured.
Democracy is a prison in which people feel they are free, the ultimate prison.