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Grudges And Forgiveness

By not forgiving others we are simultaneously denying ourselves forgiveness for our own mistakes. This hypocrisy can eat away at our spirit, cripple our ability to do good, and leave us feeling down and empty. Therefore it is important to address these feelings and find reconciliation.

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Robert Thurman: Expanding Your Circle Of Compassion

“It’s hard to always show compassion — even to the people we love, but Robert Thurman asks that we develop compassion for our enemies. He prescribes a seven-step meditation exercise to extend compassion beyond our inner circle.”

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Liberty and Economics: A Documentary On Mises

Mises was the twentieth century’s foremost economist, and one of its most important champions of Liberty. Here is a film that does justice to this extraordinary man, and to his equally extraordinary ideas.

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Raising Taxes On Drug Addicts: A Cigarette Hypocrisy In America

How can we help those who are addicted to smoking cigarettes? To what extent do we have the right to intervene on the personal habits of others?

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What Has God Done To Morality?

How does the concept of God drive individuals to do both good and bad things?

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