"Liberal" and "conservative" rhetoric often go on the rocks when the supporters of a "cause" demand not only agreement with facts and feelings, but frame and implications. This video shows Esther Hicks, who speaks in public purportedly on behalf of a group of sages known as "Abraham," honoring the power of vision and inspiration of Martin Luther King, Jr., without being backed into any corners.
[In the 1960's] communes inevitably turned religious thanks to the hallucinations...some head--short
for acid head--would end up in the middle of Broadway, one of San
Francisco's main drags, sitting cross-legged in the Lotus position,
looking about, wide eyes glistening with beatification, shouting, "I'm
in the pudding and I've met the manager! I'm in the pudding and I've
met the manager!" Seldom had so many gone so far to feel aloof from the
An economics blog with general interest features from an island once known to most Americans only as a game-board question.
We'll be taking a look at Fazeer Sheik Rahim. It's not clear whether "Sheik" is religious, or a generic honorific for a teacher rather like "Sensei" in Japan. One world now, and a darn interesting one.
Dilys too is prickly, on all kinds of occasions. But the haunting notes of the cosmic ditty, How Can You Talk to Them if They Won't Make Sense[ed.: Lost it in the comments, dintcha...?], segueing into How Can You Miss Them if They Won't Go Away, waft from several village bandstands today.
Brains washed daily courtesy of Instapundit, whose amusement at the foolishness of his fellow man springs ever green. An inspiration.