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Stephanie Mills - Home - Voice for the Voiceless 10/30/17

Stephanie Mills performs Home at the 3rd Annual Voice for the Voiceless to close out the benefit for You Gotta Believe, a New York NFP specializing.

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on November 8, 2017 at 5:53pm

Knowing is all Natural, because it require you to Think and to formulate those thoughts with the process of empirical reasoning using profound logic, which lead to a reasonable rational conclusion about those things being Thought about. (Osiris)/Ancestors/Common sense/Copyright@2010

Knowing require the check and balance of those things being thought about, which in term reveal the Harmony, Order and Balance of such Mental action, which will verify the Truth and Reality of the Matter in question or thought about.  (Osiris)/Ancestors/Common sense)Copyright@2010

To know, we have to be Divine free critical thinkers. To believe, we are not Divine free critical thinkers, because if we are, we would KNOW better than to subscribe to Believe/Belief. This is call Higher mental education.


"Critical thinking skills allow people to become aware of hierarchal levels of thought, which gives them the capacity to assume greater control over their lives. The three essential levels of cognitive thought are:

The Literal: where one learns to accept all information at face value and never looks beneath the surface for additional details.

The Inferential: where one learns to infer or "read between the lines," and sees the hidden or dual meaning in information that is presented.

The Evaluative: where one learns to make an intelligent decision based upon the comparison of various sources of information, particularly those drawn from one's own per­sonal experiences.

The objective of critical thinking is to learn how not to take all information literally, to read between the lines for deeper understanding and then evaluate that information by compar­ing it with other sources of knowledge. This process expands one's mind and opens up new vistas for learning. It is the means by which one may be resurrected from mental death and experience a profound rebirth of consciousness."

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on November 8, 2017 at 5:53pm

You Gotta Believe, OR YOU GOTTA KNOW, KNOW THE OPPOSITE OF BELIEVE.

Lets ask ourselves, do we believe or do we KNOW.

You Gotta Believe. In other words, we gotta do the below.



How do we know a person?
By the quality of their mind thoughts, conduct, behavior and actions.
We Are What We THINK.
Osho: Anybody who gives you a belief system is your enemy
"Anybody who gives you a belief system is your enemy, because the belief system becomes the barrier for your eyes: you cannot see the truth. The very desire to find the truth disappears. But if all your belief systems are taken away from you, in the beginning certainly, it is bitter. I know the fear, the anxiety, that will surface immediately which you have been suppressing for millenia. But it is there, very alive, no God can destroy it. Only the search for truth and the experience of truth, NOT a belief is capable to heal all your wounds. To make you a whole being, and the whole person is the holy person to me."Osho

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Believe: Belief is something fixed, static, stagnant, frozen-a conclusion we have reached (albeit not on our own). Once we believe something, we shut the door to everything outside of, or opposed to, that belief and stop inquiring or questioning. (Dr. Blynd, Funktionary) . To get a copy of Funktionary, contact Dr. Blynd at: DocBlind@aol.com

Belief is merely an escape from the fact of confusion; it does not help us to face and to understand the fact but to run away from the confusion in which we are. To understand the confusion, belief is not necessary, and belief only acts as a screen between ourselves and our problems.  Belief is corruption because behind beliefs and morality lurks the mind, the self--the. We must know the whole content of One thought when we think

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