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Tag Archives: ego
The Woodpecker on the Ark
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong All the problems we face in our lives and the communities in which we live, originate in the perception that each of us is separate from everyone else and the environment in which we live. We … Continue reading
There is another way…
We always have a choice, we don’t need to behave like unthinking beasts worse even than animals. Whatever happens, there will never be peace unless we strive for it. How many escalate crises, towards war, mindless, heartless conflicts? There is … Continue reading
Like Arrogant Pharaohs…
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong I’ve come to realise, the reason I can see things the why I do, is precisely because I was not raised in a supposedly “Muslim” country. This is Allah’s wisdom as I see it. Strange how … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong “When the boy was old enough to work with his father, Abraham said, ‘My son, I have seen myself sacrificing you in a dream. What do you think?’ He said, ‘Father, do as you are commanded … Continue reading
The Dangers of Heedlessness
Law of Necessity and Surplus
The Black Hole
What happens when you discover you’re connected to everything, but think only of yourself?
Can you change your destiny? illuzia.net
You can escape your past, but you can’t escape yourself. illuzia.net