Random Peacock Quote

“The very same Cold Chilly Wind that Refreshes and Comforts the Hardworking Person, is the very same Cold Chilly Wind that makes the Slothful Person feel Miserable and Uncomfortable. Likewise, the very same Inspired Words of Provable Truth that Refresh and Comfort the Righteous Person, are the very same Words that make the Unrighteous Person feel Miserable and Uncomfortable. Yes, those Words even seem to Threaten such a Person, which can make that Person Do Strange Things — even unto the Point of Murdering the Most Righteous Person who Lives.” source

The IDEAL Place to Live!

Finding an Ideal Place to Live is no easy Task, even if you have Lots of Information at your Disposal: because the most Ideal Places have already been taken over by Hordes of People, who are now Living in Huge Cities of Massive Confusion, Worldwide. Indeed, if the Climate is just Right, you can Believe that someone is already Living there; and Especially if there is an Abundance of Water and Building Materials, or something to Work with. However, most of those Places have now become anything BUT Ideal Places to Live: because of Pollution, Noise, Crimes, Taxes, and so on. Therefore, we must MAKE OUR OWN Ideal Places to Live; but, only after we Learn HOW, which this Book Explains.

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An Onyx Ball, which Represents the World

“O my Son, Remember this — Ignorant People, who are without the Right Directions, get Lost and Confused; but, Truly Wise People, who Sincerely Seek the Right Information, and do ALL that they Know is Right, are never Lost nor Confused: because they Discover the Right Answers for their Important Questions.”

“O my Spiritual Son, a Wise Man Seeks True Knowledge, before he makes any Decision concerning any Important Subject; but, a Fool simply Presumes that he already Knows what is Best for him, without Seeking any more Knowledge; and therefore, the Fool Falls into the Capitalist’s Pit, and Wastes his Life as a Tax Slave, Insurance Slave, and Usury Slave.” (NOTE: "Usury" is the Biblical Word for "Interest on a Loan," which is a Sin when one Loans something to Poor People, who are made even Poorer by Means of such Interest or Usury. Therefore, God Forbid it. See: Exodus 22:25 and Related Scriptures.)

— Proverbs of the Peacock