I am a student at Rutgers University and I study History and French with a minor in Arabic. I am very interested in the esoteric and ethereal. I am also strongly against the New World Order, namely the offshore banking elite that have usurped our wonderful republic
I am a historian by training and it is my job to see overall trends and patterns and to try to make a judgement or a observation regarding the direction in which civilization and humanity is going. I am interested in exploring the spirit world, and I want to explore the transcendental potential of meditation. I believe that people are afraid of their own reflections and afraid to see the good and evil that is within all of us. There is tendency to gravitate to one side of this dialectic but it is important to understand you have to conquer yourself in order to come to terms with your own existence. Simply "Know Thyself," as the great Athenian intellect Socrates said. For if you know yourself, then you can empathize with anyone.
Also, I strongly believe that it is our emotional attachment to certain beliefs that limits us and keeps us from seeing greater realities. Although emotions are powerful and are important crucial aspect to our humanity, it is imperative that we all keep an open mind.
"Be sure that it is not you that is mortal, but only your body. For that man whom your outward form reveals is not yourself; the spirit is the true self, not that physical figure which and be pointed out by your finger". - Cicero