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  1. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    28/08/2017
    Francisco Lopez
    What white supremacists and racists get wrong about the Confederacy
    www.newsweek.com Confederate heritage includes Unionists, women, ministers, poor whites, and slaves, not just soldiers and...
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  2. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    07/08/2017
    Francisco Lopez
    35 Amazing Facts About the Amish Community
    www.hyperactivz.com Sure you've seen them on television, but what do you really know about the mysterious lives of the Amish community? Here are the most interesting...
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  3. Francisco Lopez

    Francisco Lopez

    01/08/2017
    So much Potential wasted.
    Francisco Lopez
    These Indians are treated like 'outcasts' in their own country
    www.yahoo.com As India celebrates another Independence Day, here are still millions of residents who still live like outcasts, refugees and outsiders in their own country. We look at some of the categories of people, who still struggle to lead a respectable...
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  4. Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    How to Start a Cult
    www.wikihow.com Cults are communities that fervently worship an object, person, or concept over all other things. While they have the ability to transform into manipulative enterprises in the wrong hands, they're essentially ways of organizing...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    22/08/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #2 #2 Agree! Most of the general public, I believe, are striving to achieve that inner self-awareness of mind, body and soul....and sometimes it takes another person (like a partner) to 'see' what is actually happening to their loved one. "Rescuing" someone from a brainwashed and positive-feedback-loop is a challenge. "Counter-measures" include the word of a loving person. That is yet another reminder that we all need to love those around us. Thank you, my sweet 🌺 🌻.
    Dale Masters
    16/08/2016 #2 Dale Masters
    #1 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD Having been on the periphery of a cult, I began to study them. I have found that cults need certain specific things in order to grow: 1) Individuals who have a sense of emptiness and emotional unfulfillment; 2) a preceding idea of what might fill that void, and 3) a charismatic individual who seems to fulfill all unmet needs in (usually his) diverse group of followers. It IS possible to inoculate people against cults, but a counter-culture of empathetic, loving people is needed in order to facilitate that inoculation.. People who feel loved, valued, and important rarely buy the package that the cult leader s selling...and, if they do for a time, they can see the inconsistencies in the cult leader's personality...and just leae the cult.
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    15/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Nice flowsheet, from A-Z. Interesting to note the synthesis of a cult, especially given all the deaths and group suicides that it can cause. Psychologists and psychiatrists should have a lot to say about this. I wonder how a 'cult' parallels with a 'niche.' Churches, for example commonly form 'niches' or 'cliques' of followers with the rich, 'old money' being 'on top.' Hard for anyone else 'outside' of it to 'break in.' I wonder what @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, @Sara Jacobovici, @Dale Masters, Dr @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee would say.
  5. ProducerPatrice Crocevera
    When Change Happens...
    When Change Happens...When we are judged, we meet judgement with discord; defending our side valiantly. We become certain that we stand in triumph. When we judge, we ask that the opposing party give up this defensiveness and understand our point of view. In both...
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