Category: Quotes

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Your Impulses, Your Life

I came across this material as I was reading my latest Seth book by Jane Roberts, and it inspired me to compose and make the previous post about Positive Individualism. I felt that some of the material was applicable to the current political situation in America. I thought I would share some of it here with you.

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Individualism

This view, this painting of a moral man is very beautiful. I cannot think of a more pure statement of a benevolent life than this.

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Independence and Integrity

It’s important to stand up for your principles and your beliefs. It’s also important to know when to change your mind, for yourself. Whenever I’d make the more logical argument in school, often times I’d stand alone. Sometimes I’d realize I was wrong, but sometimes people just didn’t understand why I was right. I remember two particular instances.

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Wealth Redistribution

It is morally obscene to regard wealth as an anonymous, tribal product and to talk about “redistributing” it.

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Genuine

We all need to remember this.

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Real and Whole

A whole person is someone who has a sense of self. They exude that sense of self towards others, and rather than being transparent they become multidimensional and complex. A real person is someone who can affect his life in real ways, who can do things to change his reality.

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Adult Life

When I really think about myself I don’t see an adult, I see a wish-filled daydreaming desperate scared boy stuck with an adult sexuality and an adult life.

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To Whom I Owe Nothing

I saw this on Facebook.  I thought it was pretty good.  It was in reply to “The Missing Link” in “Philosophy: Who Needs It” written by Ayn Rand.