sensory stimulation

  Sight is merely a form of sensory stimulation; what we think we see only exists in the mind. There is no such thing as darkness, just the absence of energy; without imagination, we are blind. Advertisements

  The consensuses governing the essence of all freedoms require concessions that necessitate limitations; this is not a paradox, but a critical requirement to prevent the growing confusion between liberty and profligacy. Morality isn’t the sole province of humanity alone, and the providence of any perceived free will can’t invariably approve independence due to the…