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Day 780 – Master of War – Life Review

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This is a product from eqafe library, called a life a life review. Where the portal brings through a being from the other side, literally  from the dead. A being comes through the portal to share its life review. In this particular interview a being shares the deep regret after having lived a life within pushing the measures of war. A being who lived on earth, creating and pushing war, corruption, militarism,  and war systems onto this world.


It goes to tell us what this means, and how this war system really is a deep rooted disease, that is ruining lives and livelihood of people who it affect. It lets us know how the war and conflict created by this individual has a effect on others. People look up to this individual for living war. Spreading the disease and infection of war and military, into generations beyond. And within so, the masters of war are being admired. It explains how this person who lived a life in war, is simply deeply sorry, for having lived like a life like that causing conflict, military and war.  And that it affects this being even in the afterlife.


Who we are in thought, word and deed matters – beyond.


It goes to show that even after death (!) this person becomes this infectious disease of war, violence and militarism. It also creates this concept of people looking up to the masters of war like they are heroic and brave form being so militant and possessed by war. People would and are still making such a characters into heroes and leaders and that are followed.

Investigate this very fine and detailed interview to see what lies behind the militant behaviors and drive, the militant leaders and how we can learn to see through this and create solutions beyond the contagious disease of war.


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Day 634 – Mental Health in Algeria

I participated on a hangout with Living Income Guaranteed,  on the experience of psychiatry in Algeria, since I have a friend living in Algeria with schizophrenia.


Enjoy the video:


What happens to poor people with mental illness in Algeria? What is the cost of treating schizophrenia? Is the Algerian government providing proper healthcare for patients with mental illness? What’s the general state and condition of this North African country at the moment? Is Algerian Media creating awareness about Mental Illnesses to prevent it? Why, despite having the money, is Algeria still very much living in poverty? We will discuss this and more with Seddiki Younes from Algeria and Tormod Hvidsten Gjedrem from Equal Life Foundation’s Mental Health division in Norway.  
You are welcome to place questions and comments in the comment section of this video.


Day 587 – abundance = a – bun – dance

abundance = a – bun – dance

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Let’s have more fun.

I was walking through town today, through the busy city of Stavanger, that is losing lots of it oil related, jobs these days. I met and I hugged a cool artist, college, that I know of. I gave some money to some beggars, from east – Europe,  and I met some people that where obviously drug addicts. I bought some coffee and I bought a magazine to support the income of one of these drug addicts. Selling magazines is one of their type of income. In general enjoyed myself very much. I felt like I was unable to express this enjoyment. Hardly at all. I felt like I wanted to express what I felt. My inspiration, my breathing, me. Soooo,  I put on my spotify, on Beasty Boys, from my mobile and put my headphones on. And I danced in the shopping center, along the buss waiting crowds, and into the streets. I was living. I experienced great enjoyment. People started looking at me, smiling and signalizing, to me that it was cool what I was doing.

It is not a totally uncommon scene, to see people dance in the streets, perhaps in, New York, out of pure expression. But in Norway it is sure as hell, is not common. Far from. I want to make it common. This should be natural. It may even seam scary to some, to imagine themselves dancing like I did, but it should be natural. We are programed to fear and to obey the system. Expression is systematically suppressed from school and society. Enough is enough.

Dancing is cool because it is so in the moment, and you sort of can not miss it. It create positive and honest (!) sharing of moments. People smile and give you thumbs up and so on. There is a genuine support within receiving honest remarks of support from folks. From acting and expressing, real arts, in the streets.

There is always talks, typically inn Norwegian towns, to spend lots of money on new opera and concert houses and there seaming unlimited budgets to have a concert, scene for expression and music. The honest act, from the streets, is not values as much. Though that is much more genuine. Billions are spent each year on project where politicians can turn the spot of ego into their very own. It is corruption. The new concert house of Bjergsted (Stavanger), is s typically sign of corruption. Plain and simple. Supposedly supporting “fine” arts. But the real artist is left begging on the streets.

Do you want to help me putt a end to this ? For good ?

Have you have enough of abuse, and ego, in this world ?

Join us at desteni.org and lest solve shit out. And lets dance the summer days away from our feet to people’s attention. Lets dance like this; is heaven on earth. Because it sure can be. Let’s make that happen. We are the change that we have been waiting for, this is it, capre diem & abra – ca – dabra. Let’s make the best of it.

Let’s dance!