This methodology is the wisdom of Kabbalah and the Jews are its owners in the sense that they alone are poised to be a good example of its implementation for the rest of us. The reason for this is simple: At one time in their ancient history, a small group of Babylonians left Babylon and under the leadership of Abraham discovered this method and began to succeed in its main principle of connection and unity. They drew positive forces into our world and thus became a nation under the rule of “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” By this, they became both blessed and responsible. Blessings are easily accepted; responsibility not so much since from the time of the destruction of the Second Temple until today, the Jews declined into unfounded hatred—between each other!
I’d type users’ manuals, save them onto 5.25-inch floppy disks, and send them to a line printer that yammered like a set of prank-shop chatter teeth, but, by the time the last perforated page coiled out of it, the equipment whose functions those manuals explained had been discontinued.
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Since ancient times the world has had its list of (usually seven) wonders. In antiquity, the Great Pyramid of Giza (the only wonder from the original list still standing), the statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Colossus of Rhodes (, gigantic, version of which is being built today), and others were among the occupants of the list. Over time, the world’s wonders changed depending on the identity and place of residence of the list’s compilers, who included such places as the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal, and England’s Stonehenge.
In the early 20th century things began to change. Europe was locked in rivalries and alliances, and tensions were running high. The hatred culminated in the outbreak of WWI. Chemical warfare was used for the first time, many millions of people died, and many more were left destitute and hopeless. Germany was brought to its knees, but all of Europe was in ruins. No one was happy.
Clearly, democracy is an imperfect institution, and the contours of American democracy throughout our nation's history have been fundamentally shaped by other ideological imperatives, by the power of wealth, by the complex social relations of power that constitute any social structure at a given point in time, and by individuals' desire and willingness to take positive action to influence or control the conditions of their lives. During the 20th century, politics was not the only arena in which the meaning of democracy in America became transformed. The expansion of a certain kind of economic democracy was equally important. The maturation of the industrial monster that so concerned turn-of-the-century Progressives produced material affluence of historic proportions, made possible continually rising standards of living, and significantly widened the opportunity for American families of all stripes and backgrounds to achieve adequacy. Indeed, new levels and modes of consumption and comfort redefined the very meaning of adequacy, and along with it the meaning of citizenship. By mid-centuryat the very time a key set of democratic assumptions was finally undergoing radical change in the political sphereaccess to a specific configuration of consumer goods and experiences had become widely understood as the birthright of every American, a principal benefit of American democracy. The so-called "American standard of living" was an ideological as well as a material construct. The concept, and the apparent reality, smoothed over various fault lines of social and economic difference that otherwise fractured the national body politic, including race. It was a compelling basis for imagining a unified national community, a participatory national democracy: The consumer fulfilling the functions of citizenship, citizenship essentially grounded in the right to be a consumer.
Thus, the period of American history since the middle of the 20th century can be seen as characterized by yet another system of democracy, in which the political and economic variables have been jumbled up and rearranged in comparison with previous eras. And it is a system that continues to be shaped by factors of race and class, not to mention gender, region, and others. What are the relationships between the political, economic, and social dimensions of this incarnation of American democracy? How do they reflect aspects of continuity and change? Has it been superseded by another set of arrangements or priorities or ideologies? What does "democracy" mean today and to what extent do individuals or groups have the power to make or influence decisions that affect their lives? These questions make excellent topics for discussion.
Set against the backdrop of a multifaceted global crisis that is worsening every day, and the waves of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiments that are growing stronger by the hour, one person is offering an improbable solution, which may just be the most logical one yet. “Into Truth” is a film that anyone who cares about Israel or the Jewish people should watch today. , Dr. Michael Laitman, it is the fruit of five years of exclusive documentation, painting a picture that shatters conventions and crosses borders. More than a personal portrait, it is a riddle, a rare preview into a world view that calls for a reevaluation of the Israeli-Jewish identity and the familiar beliefs we were raised on.
This parasitic marvel enslaves cockroaches by stinging their brains in ridiculously precise spots and injecting mind-controlling venom. The wasp then leads its zombified roach to a chamber, where it lays a single egg on its perfectly relaxed host and seals it inside with pebbles. Here the larva bores into the cockroach and feeds off its organs before killing it and emerging from its corpse into the light of day. “Stinging a strong prey that’s often six times (or more) larger than yourself is not an easy task,” neurobiologist Ram Gal of Israel’s Ben-Gurion University said in an email interview.
This is not the place to narrate the early history of the 20th-century civil rights movement. Suffice it to say that leading up to the groundswell of action that gathered unprecedented momentum following the decision and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1954-56, many other organizations emerged to take up the fight for black equality (including the Communist Party and the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters union), many more lawsuits were pursued, many more campaigns were organized (such as the Double V campaign during World War II), and, not incidentally, African-American influence on mainstream American popular culture continued to grow, opening another social space in which the struggle for freedom and equality could be advanced (Harlem Renaissance, blues and jazz music). Progress was achieved, but slowly and with reluctance on the part of most white Americans. For example, African Americans returned to the Democratic Party en masse when Franklin Roosevelt championed the little people against plutocrats, but while the New Deal offered some new opportunities for blacks in its significant reshaping of American democracy, its record was marred by racial discrimination and segregation. Similarly, the armed forces remained segregated in World War IIthe "Good War" against tyranny and racist ideologiesand Roosevelt only agreed to outlaw job discrimination in defense industries in response to the frightening prospect of social disruption in the event of an enormous march on Washington threatened by black union leader A. Philip Randolph. President Truman established a Committee on Civil Rights that recommended sweeping reforms in 1947, but Southern leaders reacted with alarm and legislation went nowhere. The question of why events and historical forces converged in the 1950s and 1960s to produce changes that had been elusive for a century will be considered during the Flow of History book groups in fall 2006.
FactF: A good man is a good man, and a bad man is a bad man, just as a good Hebrew is a good Hebrew and a bad one is a bad one. This is vice versa as well. You can go anywhere in the world and see people acting horribly to one another. This is not something new. The difference is the Hebrews shun, reject and denounce those among them who act out of line with the morals of their people. This is also true for many other peoples, the difference is that the Hebrew expects a permanent change before the individual can be respected as they once were in the community. Many other nations celebrate the sociopath and tolerate the liar and the psychopath and then wonder why things are going bad. As examples we have leaders of many of the arabic nations. Whos leaders lie, cheat, steal, starve their own people all the while touting their greatness. We see this same thing in North Korea. This is something that most often is abnormal in Jewish society.