Selfless idealism is about serving a greater good than just oneself. Generally speaking, humans can serve the greatest good they are capable of by either improving the physical environment in which they live or by advancing consciousness.
No answer exists completely and independently of the context in which it is given. A context is always present, but this does not speak to how consciously thought-through and chosen the context is.
This is an in-depth guide on how to cast a holy grail in bell metal bronze using the lost wax method. There are a few key differences from the normal lost wax process.
Neither side of this conflict is "in the right" when the basis of the conflict is centered around the exploitation and consumption of any hydrocarbon system.
I've accepted that in order to move on and interface with the public again, I will have to try my best to present a complete picture of what it takes to attain equilibrium.
There are several fallacies in this line of thought. The first is in valuing things in terms of money. The second is the expectation of an endless supply.
I have spent most of 2021 focused on learning the skills needed to make equilibrium reality. The primary focus is on machining.
This is a comprehensive explanation of what engine oil does, why it needs to be changed at regular intervals, and how to extend its life.
The problem with skepticism is in having dedicated moral platitudes and opinionated ideologies as a failsafe to one's stances and goals in life.
In July 2021, Brian found a website called forums.thehomefoundry.org, run by a man named Kelly Coffield. Kelly also has a YouTube channel. What Brian learned from Kelly's videos led him to make two changes to the grail building process.