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Psychologically the "Will of God" appears in your inner experience in the form of a superior deciding power, to which you may give various names like instinct, fate, unconscious, faith, etc.
If time were manageable and you could potentially use the flow of time to interject thoughts, suggestions, movements, and agendas to the masses, what would you do to create a better world? If you could intersect time and go back to points in history and embed emotions and even delusions in the minds of many to promote a singular belief to drive a "paradox free" conclusion, would you do it?
Finally, Hollywood seems to be putting The Hero’s Journey to its well-earned rest. In Ricki and The Flash Meryl Streep plays the loveable anti-hero with a heart of gold, dazzled by the conflicting messages of the 1970s, who emerges from her self-imposed exile from her family, to pull it all together.
The longstanding relationship between Wall Street and the White House has often been described as a "revolving door," with both camps benefiting from the connection. All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power offers an inside look at the political and economic web spun between these two giants. Journalist Nomi Prins traces the history of this partnership, from the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1907 to bankers' influence on politics after the financial crisis of 2008. A former Wall Street executive, Prins unravels the Ivy League schools, fishing trips, marriages, and job offers that thicken these ties each year. By recycling power and keeping it "in the family," Wall Street and the White House have become mutually beneficial entities, working together to shape national — and international — politics. According to Prins, these ties have had devastating consequences and the time has come to break them before it's too late.
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