In comparing the Sermon on the Mount to Woodstock, I can make no real academic assertions. So I’ve decided to take a more psychedelic approach.
At its conclusion in August 1969, the Woodstock Music & Arts Fair looked like an abandoned refugee camp in the aftermath of a flood. The mud-caked blankets that littered the ground likely had been dropped by the U.S. Army, along with food, water and medical supplies, after the site was ...
If our film triggers you, maybe there’s something there that needs healing. Only then can we look with clear eyes, filled with compassion, ending racism.
If we make her a virgin mother, we don’t have to glorify feminine sexuality... So as a collective, we go along with the only acceptable Feminine archetype.
If we are to see the end of racism, it cannot just be in our prayers, but in the affirmative actions we take in seeking out that which we wish to celebrate.
The government entangles poor people in the American Gulag -- crib to grave incarceration, probation, parole, endless rehab programs and homeless shelters.
It only took about a 100 years for governments across the globe to completely switch their laws to protect the freedom of every individual. We evolved.