Tag Archives: Hedonism

Existential inner peace in the midst of turmoil

Western Secular Values: Hanne Nabintu Herland, foto Steffen Aaland

  The 20th century introduced Marxist, atheist emptiness to the masses in the West. It may be argued that with it came the notion of life as a meaningless burden. With no heaven ahead and no hell to fear, the conscience was deemed an unnecessary relic from the past. Only the empirically observable was to be considered real, eternity regarded …

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Sexual expressionism and erotic hedonism is the road to a fulfilled life?

Sexual expressionism: Herland Report

  In the West, generations now grow up believing that sexual expressionism and erotic hedonism is the road to a fulfilled life. Sex is the new god. Sexual satisfaction, deviations – anything that leads up to an orgasm seems to be the ultimate goal of literature, Hollywood films, and contemporary music. Sexual expressionism: Yet, without consideration of the damage inflicted …

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Jürgen Habermas and Christian ethics: The leading Marxist philosopher who departed from his Secular views

Habermas and Christian ethics: Jurgen Habeman THoughtCo Herland Report

  What happens when an atheist thinker who arguably was Europe’s strongest voice for atheist secularism, changes his mind and advocates for Christian ethics? To follow the development of Jürgen Habermas has been a remarkable journey. He now states that Christian ethics have a greater role to play in society than many secularists previously thought. His point is that it …

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Sex and lack of Happiness in the Hedonist West

Sex and Happiness: NewWomanIndia

  Life in the hedonist West, where pleasure is the chief good in life, is becoming remarkably bleak. We have become totalitarian in a society characterized by an extreme permissiveness on almost every level. What happened to virtues such as honesty, fidelity, trustworthiness, selflessness, humility? And how is the lack of these virtues affecting us? The topic of a hedonist, …

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On Sex and Religion: What is true Love?

On Sex and Religion: Herland Report

  Sexuality is arguably is one of life’s greatest gifts. Christianity explains how God created sex for the unification of marriage, as two individuals share their commitment to love in order to make their way together through the harsh, treacherous landscapes of life. On Sex and Religion: Protected by fidelity, trust and mutual respect, the love between the two also …

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Hedonism’s greatest flaw: Selfish pleasure does not bring Genuine Happiness, it creates the Loss of True Freedom

Hedonism's greatest flaw: The Press is Now Also the Police, writes Matt Taibbi.

  Where promiscuity and sexual selfishness becomes socially acceptable, it is increasingly hard to form any type of faithful marriage and family nucleus based on a partnership of trust, fidelity, loyalty, and patience. Hedonism’s greatest flaw: Western hedonism and its focus on selfish pleasure as the goal of life, demonstrates its greatest flaw in its failure to recognize that compassion …

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Hedonism versus the tough love of Christianity

The tough love of Christianity: Hanne Nabintu Herland. new book The BIllionaire World.

  The legacy of the Judeo-Christian ethics of tough love is the only set of values in the West that have been able to unite us. We have not developed any other ethics that have been able to sustain core stability. These several thousand years old tough love rules establish clear boundaries between right and wrong, good and evil, justice …

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The toxic effects of Pornography on the Brain

Toxic Pornography: Hanne Nabintu Herland

  The effects of pornography on the brain have been labeled as “toxic,” analogous to drug addictions. Psychologists have long claimed that prolonged exposure to pornography causes the need for stronger stimuli in order to get sexually aroused. Toxic Pornography: Such over-stimuli lead to what was formally called “perversions,” including group sex and other excess sexual activities, sadomasochistic practices including …

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The need for Metaphysical Reflection and Morality to foster Mental Health

Metaphysical Reflection and Morality:

  Metaphysical Reflection and Morality: The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates said that an unexamined life is not worth living. We need to question more, to study ancient wisdom, to acquire knowledge about the key to happiness and how we may fulfil the purpose of life. Socrates believed that each man has access to the truths of life, as they are …

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