It might be better for you to not judge others paths so harshly. If you are to be a teacher of the philsophy it is one of the most valuable lessons to learn.[/quote]
There is a difference between teaching and judging. I teach.[/quote]
The reason you see things the way you do is because you operate from a place of fear while I operate from a place of vigilance. Fear breeds biased distrust, vigilance breeds proper judgement.
Are you using bible references now to prove your points? The circular reasoning in strong with you...
That's a question that's hard to answer. Good is a moving target as the people against whom I should compare myself are also continuing to improve.
But I grew up boxing, moved to karate in college (kicks are useful), and I've done some aikido and shaolin kung fu and... Yeah, basically if it's a...
Progress of the Soul
"To what service is my soul committed? Constantly ask yourself this and thoroughly examine yourself by seeing how you relate to that part called the ruling principle. Whose soul do I have now? Do I have that of a child, a you...a tyrant, a pet, a wild animal, or a...