the Logos & the Tao

In the year 635 AD, 24 Christian monks from Persia, march into the Chinese capital of Chang-An (Xian) and are welcomed by the Chinese emperor, Taizong. Within 50 years there was evidently a Christian monastery and/or parish church in every major city in China. Why the welcome, and why the fast growth? This new information…

Read more

the SCAMdemic, an Excuse to Vaccinate AGAINST the CROWN

Editor’s / Author’s NOTE:Make no mistake here, this is NOT some sorta Berkeley California living, leftist / liberal, trendy, “Love n’ Light” / “Light Worker” perverted message. What this is cold-hard-truth based up on REAL scientific evidence and objective reality which SOME human beings are still based in. When the seventh chakra or “Crown” is…

Read more

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Definitions and Examples

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are modes of persuasion used to convince audiences. They are also referred to as the three artistic proofs (Aristotle coined the terms). And, they’re all represented by Greek words. Ethos or the ethical appeal, means to convince an audience of the author’s credibility or character. An author would use ethos to…

Read more

Individual Responsibility

“The idea of individual responsibility in terms of today’s common belief is based on the atomistic notion of the individual as a separated entity that stands for division and linear causality. No phenomena in the whole universe is caused by a single individual. Everything that happens is the result of collective interactions. Under this light,…

Read more

Being “Polite” is NOT Always “Noble”

If, knowing what you do now, imagine you woke up on an 1800’s slave plantation and ask yourself, which would be more moral: to be polite and civil to the slave owner, talking as if his viewpoint – that it’s “okay” to own people – is just as “valid” as yours. OR… to do whatever…

Read more