Jason Medland

Reciprocity, fundamental to the sanctity of civil relationships and essential to relationships of co-unity one must ever be a cunning-lingualist in order to resolve the most intimate of disputes.

A symphony of sibilants and linguals, labials and palatals with dentals and gutterals evincing enthusiasm.

May that grant you brief reprieve from a Constantly Unhappy Never Thankful attitude. Be dexterous and deft in addressing tensions before they reach an acrimonious state.

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When someone asks “how can you have morality with out religion?”
Just ask them “how do you feel about using one of the clinical criteria of being a sociopath (the inability to self govern without external rules or authority) to defend religion?”

The most important question of ethics is “how can we have morality without fraud?”

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Culture is like a bed of nails,
When only a few nails are available most become impaled on them. When a vast number of nails are laid out close together they can support the weight without discomfort.

The nails are the spaces of experience, areas of understanding, domains of knowledge, when we possess few they not only fail to support us but also impede being able to spread the support over wider areas.

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Jason Medland

Jason Medland

OpenSource Software/Systems Architect, Free Mason, firearms and combat sport enthusiast. Natural Born Psychonaught, Meanderthal FB: @Openciv @SepherEhben