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It is wonderful to see the well-balanced athlete, or the academic scholar, who is humble in their achievements, who truly appreciates their assessment of superior performance, but who nonetheless is as humbly accepted and accepts himself among others as equals. --Monjoronson

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Conversations with Monjoronson #26

Friday, December 31, 2010
Transmitter / Receiver: 
  1. A Glimpse into the Spiritual Realm
  2. The Year, 2012
  3. The Afterlife
  4. Morality, Ethics and Standards of Social Consciousness
  5. Beliefs
  6. Being Oblivious to Obvious Contradictions and Inconsistencies
  7. Society Has a Responsibility to Protect and Sustain Itself
  8. Discernment
  9. Revelation Comes with Every Generation
  10. The Concept of Duality
  11. Teaching Discernment is Fundamental to the Democratic Process
  12. Patience
  13. The Importance of Mental discipline
  14. The difference Between Religion and Spirituality
  15. The Melchizedek Schools
  16. Understanding the Will of the Father
  17. The Supreme: What does God Need From Us?
  18. Opportunity and Progress
  19. What is Worship?

Conversations with Monjoronson #27 The Golden Rule

Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Transmitter / Receiver: 
  1. The Higher Levels Of The Golden Rule
  2. Why We Struggle To Interpret The Golden Rule’s Higher Values
  3. Meditation Allows Guidance From The Divine Presence Within
  4. The Golden Rule Must Be Applied To One’s Self
  5. How Would God Treat You?
  6. Have A High Regard For Yourself
  7. The Essence Of Who You Are
  8. It Is Only Because Of Change That You Can Grow
  9. It Is Important That You Have Lifetime Intentions
  10. Your Emotional Pain Is Proportional To Your Attachment To The Past.
  11. The Loss Of Anticipated Joy
  12. Supporting Another In Their Grief
  13. The Higher Realm Of The Golden Rule Brings Change
  14. When Too Much Help Becomes Detrimentally Enabling
  15. The Emotional Energy Is Always Equivalent To The Spiritual Growth Of The Individual
  16. The Detrimental Extremes Create Injury To The Child
  17. Social Repercussions