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Living in Thailand: A Westerner’s Perspective

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Why is it that even with globalization and the technological advancements of the internet, westerners still perceive the oriental far east as a mysterious place that we know little about? In this age where global barriers are being broken down at a greater pace than ever before, why are we still vastly separated by the land, traditions, mentalities, cultures and economics that divide us? We’ll be discussing with Adrian Blackburn

Living in Thailand: A Westerner’s Perspective with @Adrian4Equality The Relativity of 1st and 3rd world contexts

For context: A Westerner’s Experience Living in Thailand

http://livingincomeguaranteed.wordpress.com/2014/05/13/a-westerners-experience-living-in-thailand/

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The value of the Human Physical Body and the ilusón of the eternal life

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It´s not a secret that many people is daily sale to use them for prostitution, for labor or to sell their organs and it´s not a secret that with these sales many people, between them many doctors earns a lot of money, but what about the people that sell the organs of their beloved ones?

I didn´t know that many associations used the technique of saying to the family that if they donate the organs of their beloved ones it was like making their beloved ones to be alive once again and there has been many cases were the people has been incarcerated for spying in the houses of other people seeking for their beloved ones.

The psychological studies about this cases reveal that the manipulation and the influence that is used and abused by these companies is possible due to fear of dead and fear of loss existing in all the people.

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