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  1. Twi's sense of belonging seemed to be predicated on claims by Victor Wierwille that only he had the RIGHT way to interpret scripture and therefore everything about life. Perhaps questioning EVERY thing about TWI is the beginning of the FREEDOM that comes from actually approaching TRUTH/FACTS/REALITY.
  2. This Hulu series was... gah... yuck... I watched less than five minutes of it. Teal Swan is indeed MESSED UP. Her followers are needy and insecure. No thanks.
  3. Your link seems to lead to background information about the subject of the Hulu documentary. THIS LINK is to the Hulu documentary (trailer). Hulu says The Deep End premiers on May 19.
  4. Ah, but it was an observation of a phenomenon that was easily and often scientifically repeated ...
  5. A former rocket scientist reveals the habits, ideas, and strategies that will empower you to turn the seemingly impossible into the possible. Rocket science is often celebrated as the ultimate triumph of technology. But it's not. Rather, it's the apex of a certain thought process -- a way to imagine the unimaginable and solve the unsolvable. It's the same thought process that enabled Neil Armstrong to take his giant leap for mankind, that allows spacecraft to travel millions of miles through outer space and land on a precise spot, and that brings us closer to colonizing other planets. Fortunately, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to think like one. In this accessible and practical book, Ozan Varol reveals nine simple strategies from rocket science that you can use to make your own giant leaps in work and life -- whether it's landing your dream job, accelerating your business, learning a new skill, or creating the next breakthrough product. Today, thinking like a rocket scientist is a necessity. We all encounter complex and unfamiliar problems in our lives. Those who can tackle these problems -- without clear guidelines and with the clock ticking -- enjoy an extraordinary advantage. Think Like a Rocket Scientist will inspire you to take your own moonshot and enable you to achieve liftoff. ----- Maybe someone in R&R will explore ways to think outside the incredibly small box that they "grew up" (spiritually) in and realize it couldn't hurt to actually try new things.
  6. That's a remarkably remarkable remark.
  7. And what I presented was/is an alternative perspective.
  8. Somehow, I doubt that. Denial is a very powerful emotional defense mechanism.
  9. If he WOULD? Would he if he still could... btw, he demeaned a LOT of people... anyone who disagreed with him or disobeyed or disappointed him in anyway, as I recall.
  10. Back in the day (1990s?) I would go into a Borders bookstore and imagined it as an encyclopedia on steroids... Then there was Amazon. And of course, the interwebs. I'm not so sure it will make human brains shrink but it has made possible massively accelerated innovation.
  11. In the opinion of the writer. Frankly, it's not worth my time to verify his "biblical research" but I both find -- the notion of the "gathering together" aka the Rapture, AND his claim that it was introduced as an excuse not to have to obey God -- dubious (i.e. magical thinking). However, I agree with this sentiment. It's natural for humans to contemplate the meaning of their lives. Memento Mori is good to keep in mind.
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