Socializing with others comes with obstacles that must be traversed, and differences are our greatest challenge. In this episode, we discuss the very nature of having different opinions, of being called wrong, and finding the true person Truth in between. Enjoy.
Addiction is formed from habits. Habits make up life. Managing the moderation is the struggle. Let’s discuss.
Is it possible for God to get angry? Can an all knowing being be surprised or confused? In this episode, we examine the reality of how one’s definition of God controls who God can really be.
Have you ever wondered why you were created? To what benefit could we bring a being able to create us? In this episode, we examine what might make us special enough to be maintained. Enjoy.
Are our thoughts a physical force in the universe? If so, how would we research and identify such a science? In this episode, we examine many aspects of consciousness to hopefully peek into the potential of its power.
One of the greatest movies ever made is about to be sequeled. Before one sees its successor, one should understand that significance of the original. In this episode, we review the masterpiece directed by Ridley Scott starring Harrison Ford and others. Enjoy.
The very foundation of etiquette between the sexes is being dissolved by pop-culture. In this episode, we discuss the need for such behaviors to hone ourselves and to learn about one another. Enjoy.
The Earth is controlled by a government that works hard to stay unnoticed. The golden brick road leads to the banking wizards that manipulate ever turn of the political, financial, and military power. For the first time, we’ve been able to expose their existence. Be sure to keep the ball rolling.
There is a new theory infecting alien studies. The religious devotees have mapped their paradigm onto extraterrestrials. The unexplained are now cast away as demons. The scapegoating has no limits. In this episode, we look at the logic of such assertions. Enjoy.
An epic prophecy of what could be. Corporations have replaced nations. The only surviving game in town is called Rollerball. Released in 1975, this film was 100 years ahead of its time. James Caan captures the role of Jonathan E., the best Rollerballer in the world who is being asked to retire for fear of teaching the world that the power of the individual can prevail. In this episode, we review the message that is so often feared by our controllers. Enjoy.