It is not necesarily the best idea to become the most visible. People will be drawn to the forum if it is their intent.
Are there other topics that tend to be distracting? I know I kind of groaned when the Quantum Mechanics/Causality thing came up recently. "Oh no, not again!"
Oh, and one does not "learn" to integrate their enlightenment. Indeed, enlightenment isn't something you integrate at all. It's right there in everything.
Moreover, there have been some recent general conversations in worldly that apply directly to the QRS philosophy - like how liberalism is relatively more feminine, and libertarianism is relatively more masculine.
Unidian wrote:BTW, even granting QRS views (for the sake of argument), a strong case could be made that liberalism is more "masculine," because it concerns aggressively confronting and struggling against oppressive institutions with the goal of progressively building a more equitable society.
Unidian wrote:Libertarianism, on the other hand, is avowedly afraid of conflict and force, and would prefer to just hand the kids the keys to the candy store and hope for the best.
Nick Treklis wrote:I've said it before and I'll say it again, we have only in the past 200-300 years began to experiment with individual property and rights,
Unidian wrote:Serious people can't post here very long, because stuff like the above is too common. Oh well. At least it has comic value.
Serious people like who, you? The only time I ever see you being serious on here is when you are defending your reasons for recieving a welfare check.
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