Empowering Our True Selves



We are surrounded in our culture by influences that promote external focuses and emphasis in defining ourselves as human beings. Devoid of depth and often any real meaning, we seem to foster canned data-based inquiries and explanations in our contacts with others. Questions regarding what we do, where we live, what our spouse or significant other does, what kind of car we drive, promote the data-base of external descriptors that actually define a culture of human-doers, human what-haves or human what-have-nots. Many human beings in our culture work very hard at avoiding being human.

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