Life Review – My life of Co-Dependency (https://eqafe.com/p/life-review-my-life-of-co-dependency)
What is the extent of our dependency on normal relationships for our mental, physical, and life stability?
To grow and expand, we should redefine relationships to be identifying what we see in others of ourselves, that we’ve separated ourselves from. Too often we stick to relationships as a hiding place and justification to not face ourselves.
The main gist of this life review is to not limit ourselves through our relationships, to instead seek to know ourselves through our relationships. This applies to both normal and sexual relationships, and especially with sexual relationships you don’t want to be wasting time with another person when you could have made an objective assessment of that person’s mind and being – whether they are compatible with you – from the beginning and look for someone more suitable. A lot is involved once you start a sexual relationship with a person. You don’t want to go into relationship with the desire for sex dominating, and then say 6 months down the line find out you’re butting heads with him/her.
Life Review – When Breath is not your Own (https://eqafe.com/p/life-review-when-breath-is-not-your-own)
The only solution that will be long term is one with money and all the relationships involved. Alleviating the poverty problem in today’s way is too late. Poverty is a manifested consequence of this very system that we have created in the relationships that it exists, with money, and the select few elite. Look at the core of the problem which is this world system. You’re going to stare at the face of this world system for time to come. But we have to stand and walk to change the very core problem in this world. Align your life to walking a solution that is existential, and not limit yourself to solutions that only last for a moment.
This is a life review of a person that starved from birth to death. A must listen.
Life Review – When the Mind Falls in the Face of Reality (https://eqafe.com/p/life-review-when-the-mind-falls-in-the-face-of-reality)
The mind is not grasped in its extent to which it actually operates.
Human being’s minds are not designed to handle war.
In war there is no equality, it’s to each his own.
This is a life review of a soldier. It’s made so beautiful because it’s so fucked up.