Alex Pietrowski – Behavioral research shows how one act of rudeness affects many people.
Zen Gardner – Lose the fear. Keep learning, keep growing and keep sharing what you learn.
Christina Sarich – It takes an open mind – a mind willing to see things in a brand new way – in order for these discoveries to take place.
Bernie Suarez – Sadly many people, especially in America, are trained and thoroughly brainwashed into thinking that the truth movement is nothing but “conspiracy theorists”.
Zen Garnder – People are waking up from all walks of life and need to be welcomed and embraced.
Bernie Suarez – How to end a century of lies and mass mind manipulation ushered in by one man…
Zen Gardener – There is a convergence of timeless influences destined to bring humanity into full conscious awareness.
Zen Gardner – The news pouring in daily about how we’re being scammed, poisoned and domineered by big food, big pharma, big oil, big corporations and big brother is almost overwhelming.
A. True Ott, PhD – Any dedicated seeker of truth eventually stumbles upon the incredible symmetry and structure of mathematics…
Zen Gardner – Do we want to be winners for love and truth, or destined-to-lose self-reinforcing pulpit pounding tools of unending futility?
Buck Rogers – If in the 1960’s we were able to successfully overcome the challenge of reaching the moon and beyond, then why is it an issue now?
Julian Rose – To prevent the re-engineering and retarding of life we must collapse that which supports its insanity.
Zen Gardner – I’ve said for a long time the split between the willing awakeners and the willful asleep would widen and we’d see more and more psychotic behavior on the part of the truth resistant.
Bernie Suarez – Until enough of humanity can awaken to the simplicity of our situation our progress will continue to move slow.
Zen Gardner – We know the same central Truth, the heart of man being the same the world over, we know it only awaits awakening to come to full fruition.
Sigmund Fraud – Maintaining the suspension of disbelief in the illusion, however, is often more comforting than acknowledging the magician’s secrets.