Let’s look at another side of consciousness. Was your consciousness formed haphazardly, or selectively? When you woke up this morning, did you enjoy a healthy, delicious breakfast? Nutritionists tell us that a good breakfast is the best start to a fruitful day.
We have spoken above of victimhood and ego under self-centeredness. As the concept of victimhood is connected to the individual ego, the concept of collective victimhood is connected to the collective ego.
This explosion has been created by confusing two things in the minds of consumers: a desire for a product and a conviction that you need that product. Slow down and think a little about that last, and look at your own self from this perspective, then keep reading.
The culture of consumption is a cornerstone of the modern Western economy. The rise and continuation of this culture is justified as follows: a factory produces a certain product, and employs a certain number of workers. If we can increase sales, the owner of the factory makes more profit, and as profit accumulates, a new factory will be built, providing jobs to more workers.
The Self is a creative genius – in the service of itself. This is the source of what I am proposing. Do the people who have chosen God (regardless of their religion) truly worship Him as He wishes? There are shocking signs of the reverse.
God does not necessarily reside in Charity; but everything, including Charity, resides in God.
What does this mean? What’s the difference?
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