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Just Released, March 2020. *Who to Be: Identity, Authenticity, and Crisis* (2020) by Michael Adzema

*Who To Be: Identity, Authenticity, & Crisis* by Michael Adzema has just been released at Amazon … … What does one do in a postmodern, complex, multicultural world in which the options are so numerous and enticing as to paralyze … Continue reading

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“…these sycophants repressed their urges, obeying others, so can’t stand seeing anyone freer, having fun, pleasure, they denied themselves.”

“There are always those, those who have conformed and submitted, who view any who leave the fold as thinking too much of themselves. These conformists have thrown away their pride, self-respect, and mission in life in hopes of being applauded … Continue reading

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“You would deem this Divine to be blown-up versions of your infant caregivers — mothers and fathers become Mother and Father.”

The Planetmates reveal on obsession and the evolution of “man”; on ritual, prayer, worship, your Phantoms….  “You see that your so-called evolution in consciousness has been largely to do with an expanding obsession to bring everything under control of your … Continue reading

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21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 17: Hunger Games: Prenatal Oxygen Hunger and Its Political Imprints – Greed, Oppression, Sycophancy, Class War, Revolution

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Seventeen: Fetal Malnutrition and Politics: Prenatal Roots of Greed, Sycophancy, Class War, and Revolution Prenatal Roots of War In a previous section I mentioned how our human tendency to warring has its roots in the … Continue reading

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