When we speak of the Divine Mother, we are really speaking of a tradition that is more ancient than all conceivable traditions. The worship of the Goddess predates all the religions and spiritual traditions on Earth which venerate the Creator as masculine entity, a Father, Seed Bearer. In all of Creation there is a balance…
“The Declarations impose obligations of righteous thought, emotion, speech and conduct so that the Maatian person is cultivated through the development of character. And character is developed through moral instruction and practice. Thus, in Maatian ethics, instruction and learning are above all for a practical end, self-cultivation-in-community. As Ankhsheshonqi says, “It is in the developmentContinue reading “Ethics; Social, Divine and Natural”
Kuthiwa isikhathi samanje yiso esingcono kunasemandulo, ngoba izimpi esasizilwa ngezikhali sesinamathuba amaningi okuzilwa ngamandla engqondo. Abanye bathi ipeni linamandla kunenkemba.Ngamanye amazwi kungcono ukubonisana nokuhlela kunokulwa ngamandla nendluzula. “We are trained to fight with swords, with strength, and with blood. But when the thinking machines send an invisible enemy against us, how are we to defendContinue reading “Kungcono Ukucabanga Kunokulwa”
“The right fight: The right fight is the one you win without fighting.” – Sun Tsu We live in a world that is not only beautiful beyond measure, but also awesomely terrible. Essentially the earth is a world of peace and war, many contradictions and much more mysteries and undiscovered wonders. Earth is also aContinue reading “The Right Fight”
“Earth has nowhere to go You are at the starting point Jumping across worlds In condensed time After the awkward fall We are always at the starting point.” – Lines from Parachute Men, a poem by Lenrie Peters of The Gambia
Where is the Source of the fabled Nile River …
Everything Must Change Nothing that stays the same …intrigues
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