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March 2013

March 3, 2013

“Wiser Now” March 2013

Wiser Now 2013


We Can Only ‘Believe On’ What We Know

Our purpose here is to open eyes. There are four different kinds of knowing; the most potentially dangerous falls into the category of “what you don’t know you don’t know.” For most people, this is the arena into which awareness of psychopathy falls. Tragically for all of us, these brain-damaged individuals live lives of such parasitism and predation that all other forms of mental illness and emotional disturbance pales. It is for this reason that every single issue of “Wiser Now” explores their charismatic cons and political frauds.

Personally, I don’t think there is any other single topic that holds more problem-solving power right now getting our minds around psychopathy. Their deeds affect every one of us whether we realize it or not. Once you grasp what they are and what they do, you will be armed with knowledge that can protect your life, your soul, your loved ones and your property. Without this knowledge, you’re a sitting duck.

This month we celebrate getting clean inside and out, the joy of giving and the divine goodness of simple foods—all of which reminds us that life began and can begin again in the garden. We bring insights on Stockholm Syndrome, which is surprisingly relevant as you’ll see, a few words from Bill Cosby about slackers, a warning about the health care system, our first piece of fiction and more. Cheers!

“Life has many different chapters for us.
One bad chapter doesn’t mean it’s the end of the book.”

On the Apple Newsstand March 3rd.


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