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Day 302: What are Irreconcilable Differences and can they be Changed? Part 1

What are "irreconcilable differences"? It's a term often cited in divorce proceedings as the reason for ending a marriage.

Here's the dictionary definition of irreconcilable: "representing findings or points of view that are so different from each other that they cannot be made compatible."
In looking at this definition, looking at my past experiences with being in relationships that ended, and also looking at examples of people I know, as well as examples I've seen in movies and TV, this point of "having different points of view that cannot be made compatible" is quite accurate I would say.

What are some of the experiences that we typically have that lead us to decide to end relationships? What are some of the reactions and emotions that start to occur more and more frequently, and build to a point where one or both partners feel like they just can't stand to be with the other anymore? Where we feel like "we're just TOO different…

Day 301: The Moral Imperative - How can we take Judgment out of Morality?

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Day 300: What's your Purpose in This Life?

Purpose: the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.

As a Destonian I've decided my Purpose in life, my Reason for being in this world, in this life, is to stop myself existing within and as any thought, behavior, starting point that cannot stand as Life as all as one as equal, in support of outcomes and ways of living that are best for all.

This may sound complicated and 'philosophical', but it's really not.

What's an example of a starting point that is not best for all? How about blame? When one goes into a reaction of blame toward another, there's a judgment taking place, there's the experience within yourself that you're directing toward another, of them being 'bad', 'wrong', 'deserving to be punished / yelled at / made to feel bad' because of something they did or said.

Now, the reality is that whatever happened, there's always a point of practical reality to a situation. For example …