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EASTER.... THE TRUTH BEHIND THE TRADITIONS......

THE VIDEO SPEAKS 4 ITS SELF........ Its the 1st vid iv made on this subject.. pls excuse the poor quality & spellin mistakes haha :) The real origins of our ...

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on April 1, 2013 at 1:19am
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on March 30, 2013 at 9:07am
Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on April 25, 2011 at 11:51pm

$$$Obamas&&& Celebrating Easter

http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/archive/Obama-Family-Plans-Church-V...

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Mentacide occurs when you willingly think and act out of someone else's interpretation of reality to their benefit and against your survival.  Bobby E. Wright, one of our wisest ancestors, defined mentacide as a form of insanity.

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
http://dedroidify.blogspot.com/2008/01/in-2008-destroy-your-ego-bel...
"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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Belief: 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
Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on April 25, 2011 at 11:47pm

 

 

The Easter Egg Roll is the largest public event at the

 White House

with approximately 30,000 visitors expected:

 

Monday, April 5th. 

WHITEHOUSE LAWN 

 eastereggroll25.jpg image by icebergslim1047

For more information, even if you missed online lottery or pre-registration, on the 2010 White House Easter Egg Roll, to check in about “Day of ..” visits:     www.whitehouse.gov/eastereggroll.

Comment by JC Callaway on April 23, 2011 at 9:24pm
I bet a lot of Christians will close their eyes to this truth, in acceptance of a so-called truth, although it makes more sense.

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