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Enrichment through communication

Our lives revolve around communication, whether verbal or written, but we are compelled to interact with other people because we are social beings. Our inner capacity is revealed by living in communities, being part of work collectives, and interacting with others. However, the 19th-century education system, still practiced today, is aimed at training workers who do not have their own voice but obediently listen to orders in silence.

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A Virus-Free Humanity - Breeding a Species Free from Disease and Aging

Why is aging considered a natural process and taken as a self-evident phenomenon? Among us are many carriers of knowledge who can help humanity remember that we are an immortal race. What does immortality even mean? It means the ability of a human to renew their cells until they no longer wish to do so. Currently, we are renewing our cells without even being aware of it, contributing to defects as well.

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We support sound masters, traders, and creators to form a more sensitive society. Are you one of them?

Our cosmic memory is starting to recover, and it only recovers through allowing, if we allow ourselves to feel, but to feel, we need to start cleansing. Every person is a cell in a larger network. We operate as a collective mechanism, but not in the same way as animals guided by instincts. We operate with feeling, intelligence, and instinct all at once. We can lead the body from three places that can be called: the heart, the head, and the gut.

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Knights Templar, Shakespeare, and Treasures

I've been fascinated by stories of the Knights Templar, how they began taking deposits from pilgrims. For instance, a pilgrim from England wanted to journey to the Holy Land, but the roads were perilous, and all sorts of interesting things could happen on the way to the Holy Land. Bandits, battles, or a thief in a tavern could empty one's pockets. So the Knights Templar came up with a clever yet simple way for pilgrims to deposit their money and travel across many seas and lands.

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