🤗 An American tourist visited an Indian Yogi. He was astonished to see that the Yogi’s home was a plain, simple room.

The only furniture was a mat and an earthen water pot. 🤔

Tourist:’ Yogi, with due

🤫 respect, may I ask:

🙄 where’s your furniture and other household things?

‘Where is yours?’


🥴 ‘Mine? But I’m only a visitor here.

‘ Yogi: ‘So am I !!’🤗

🤗 The moral of the story is that we are just visitors in this world and don’t try to find connections in the material world.

Shalom ✨

Lord 👑

There is a sense in which we can “convert” others to the Lord. There is also a sense that men must “turn (convert) themselves. ” And there is a yet different, third, sense in which only God can transform men. These are not contradictory ideas when seen in other Scriptures, but it is important not to confuse the preacher’s role in presenting the truth, the sinner’s role in responding to it, and God’s providential and gracious overruling of the whole conversion event.

World History & Research Reports

#TRUTH Or Lie Builds & A Failed Nation is Marked When #Truth Is Discarded and Replaced with Untruth #AceHistoryDesk report


#AceHistoryReport – Dec.29: Truth is an imperiled commodity in today’s civilization—it is almost extinct in many public forums, governmental newspeak, school boards, and even in medical diagnosis.


#AceHistoryDesk – There are two facts that are woven into the history of civilization. First, the crucible of consistency is always the undoing of error. And, second, truth always becomes evident and triumphs. When mankind is embroiled in civic and cultural chaos the only hope is the absoluteness of #truth. This is an inescapable truth in history: Guest post by John L. Kachelman, Jr……Gateway Pundit:

In mythology Aphrodite/Athena developed an invincible force composed of Amazonian women. The Amazonians acted in the Battle of Troy and were later included in mythological tales of Ulysses (Odysseus).

A mystical girdle is given to the Amazonians. This girdle was used to create a “lasso of truth.” This lasso was unbreakable, immutable and indestructible. The most noticeable power was its ability to force people to tell only the truth.

In either fantasy or fact, TRUTH is recognized as the predominant virtue in civility. Even the pagans, with all their moral and civil failings recognized TRUTH as a critical bond in life. When truth is paramount, mankind is secure. The commanding role of truth was stated by Christ, “You will know the truth AND the truth will set you free.” Without truth there is no freedom! Unfortunately, the control of truth in daily life, worldly politics, and religious practice is challenged and replaced with untruths. Such is “false news,” or “false flags.” When there is truth there will instantly be untruths. As truth brings unity, harmony and happiness, untruth seeks to instigate chaos and harm. Untruth utilizes garage door pulls, flawed medical tests, and political posturing.

The commanding control of truth is historically recognized:

  • Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed (Friedrich Nietzsche).
  • When you want to help people, you tell them the truth. When you want to help yourself, you tell them what they want to hear (Thomas Sowell).
  • The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it (George Orwell).
  • Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth (William Faulkner).
  • All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them (Galileo Galilei).

But, remember the bitterness that untruth displays. There is an utter contempt for truth. Those speaking untruth embrace ignorance and folly. These are rancid in their slander and libel. “No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth” (Plato).

The untruth, the false news, the false flags of untruth’s communication always seeks damage to reputations, institutions, civil governing, religious practices, and individuals who refuse to conform. The practice of untruth from evil elitism is historic:

  • In the 1700s, a woman named Mary Toft in England tricked doctors into thinking she could give birth to rabbits. Sometime later she was forced to admit that she shoved dead rabbits into her vagina before ‘birthing’ them.
  • Between 1932 and 1972, the US government tricked around 600 black citizens from Tuskegee, Alabama into believing that they were receiving free healthcare. Whereas they were actually test subjects to study the natural progression of untreated syphilis.
  • In 1985, In California, a guy claiming to be a doctor successfully tricked a girl into bed (and out of $1000) by claiming that he can give her a vaccine for a ‘fatal disease that she had contracted’ by having sex with her.

One would hope that the dissemination of known untruths would not exist in our modern “enlightened” era. However, such is hope misplaced. A casual observation reveals that the publishing of untruths and the groundless verbal accusations have accelerated to the point that untruth is more pronounced than truth. The historicity of this damning cycle is found in the prophet Isaiah’s recorded sorrow, “You must not prophesy the truth to us. Speak to us pleasant words, prophesy illusions.” There were those who feigned a religious devotion were exposed as those “who swear by the name of the Lord and invoke the God of Israel, but not in truth nor in righteousness.” The judgment on the national level was “Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands far away; for truth has stumbled in the street, and uprightness cannot enter.” The prophet’s final sob moaned “Truth is lacking.”

Amazingly, the publishing of propagandizing untruth is recognized by those in the controlling media. The Stanford Report (2003!), reported the presence of deceptive media reporting. In a description of a course, the following was reported, and do not miss the acerbic report linked from Politico: The truth about lying: Course explores history of deception.

This idea that the media is made up of unselfconsciously liberal elites who don’t even recognize the biases they have against conservative policies and conservatives in general goes back decades, to when newsrooms were more or less homogenous in nearly every way. At first, conservatives fought back by founding their own magazines; after Watergate and in the midst of the Reagan administration and liberals’ contempt for him, organizations like the Media Research Center began cataloguing the myriad examples of biased coverage, both large and smallAnd there was a lot to catalogue, from opinion pages heavily weighted in favor of liberals to reportage and analysis that looks a lot more like the opinion of the writers than unbiased coverage.

An article from NBC announced: Media bias against conservatives is real, and part of the reason no one trusts the news now it might not be conscious, but the way that reporters treat conservatives in their coverage has always shown their liberal leanings.

The brouhaha instigated by the DEMS/NEVER TRUMPERS/RINOS led to a media feeding frenzy fueled by untruth. A good example of this is the article Republicans Bludgeoned with the Truth.

“David Brooks: The evidence against Trump is overwhelming. This Ukraine quid pro quo wasn’t just a single reckless phone call. It was a multiprong several-month campaign to use the levers of American power to destroy a political rival.” Republican legislators are being bludgeoned with this truth in testimony after testimony. They know in their hearts that Trump is guilty of impeachable offenses.

Pay close attention to the above and note how evil deceptively boasted about using truth as justification for the participants’ criminal actions and treasonous habits. Truth had no presence in this travesty of civility. All charges and insinuations were blatant untruth! It was all LIES!

And here are a few of the consequences that propagandized untruth has wrought in recent years:

  • Depraved accusations against those viewed as political enemies of the controlling elite. Accusations of flagrant immorality, criminality, and the distortion of facts united as a broadside from the Elite and have received front page above-the-fold position, even though they were lies.
  • Deliberate deceptions by the elite pols, media, and entertainment personalities diverting the public’s focus from the reality of our national, culture and civil disintegration.
  • Villainous untruths upheld by the Medical Professional Community and a fawning refusal to consider published COVID-19 adverse reactions. The Medical Profession has been exposed as supportive of untruth and accomplices of the untruthful Evil.
  • Overt persecution by bureaucrats weaponizing all elements of the Federal Government to oppress, silence and even imprison opposition.
  • A corrupt agenda distorting the principled statutes upon which our Republic was founded.
  • Deceptive untruths are popularized seeking to replace our Constitutional governing with Marxism.
  • A staunch refusal of the Legislative Branch to follow truth in its deliberations; a redefinition of truth by the Judicial Branch rendering its decisions a mockery of justice; and, the buffoonery in the Executive Branch to exercise the truth.
  • We have been brow-beaten, shamed, ostracized, assaulted, wrongfully imprisoned and a myriad of other evil actions as untruths were pressed by local, State and Federal governments.
  • National corporations, businesses, hospitals, school boards and even religious groups have coerced compliance to the inconsistent untruths.

A failed nation is marked when truth is discarded and replaced with untruth. When the governing authorities, media producers, and judicial officials elevate untruth and discard actual truth then the citizenry will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, slanderers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good. Such behavior is described by the mournful phrase, “Truth is lacking.”

This sinister maneuver is not novel to our Legislators, Courts and Executives. It is historical. Since it is historical it is assured of the historic inescapability of the real truth. History records a Persian executive that worked to restore the Exiles. His name was Nehemiah. He was confronted by a number of adversaries whose behavior charts the typical attack strategy of evil “untruthers.” There was a feigned compromise offered, lies circulated, slander, and libel. When these actions failed to achieve the evil objectives there arose outright persecution and violence. Nehemiah remained firm. I love his response to those seeking to destroy his influence with slanderous libel, “I sent a message to him saying, ‘Nothing like these things that you are saying has been done, but you are inventing them in your own mind’” (Nehemiah 6:8).

Such is the real truth describing the opposition “You are inventing them in your own mind”!

From Freedom Works (07/05/2010), comes the observation that our nation’s founders believed that individual rights pre-exist the establishment of a government. What assures these individual rights. It is the inescapable truth.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government…”

Absolute truth is inescapable and invincible. Let the purveyors of untruth feel secure in their lies. But they trust only in their own imaginations! The inescapable truth—they will be exposed as fools and their folly will be recorded alongside the fools throughout history!

Let those in governing positions understand the reality of an inescapable truth. Legislate, Adjudicate, and Execute knowing that truth is self-evident and the action taken will condemn you to the historic fools or commend you among the historic heroes/heroines!

One final quote: “When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it—always” (Mahatma Gandhi).

#AceHistoryDesk repot ………….Published: Dec.29: 2021:

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My daughter’s story: Pinocchio or a manipulator? 👃😳

Hi ❣ It’s so nice to see you,- like always 😊 I hope all is fine with you 🧡 There lives a tiny little Pinocchio in all of us 👃. For example if …

There lives a tiny little Pinocchio in all of us 👃. For example if someone ask you “how you are” and you actually don’t feel very well, but still says “I’m okay”. Isn’t that a tiny, but innocent lie? Or if someone ask you about their dress, a dress they like, but you don’t like it, but still you tell this person that it is a nice dress. Because you don’t want to hurt this person.

It’s many reasons for why we choose to take a tiny, innocent lie in different situations, and during the day. Many times it’s because we feel a need to “protect” our self, or that “all and everyone” doesn’t need to know “all and everything” about us. Or we don’t want to hurt someone else and want to actually protect them.

There are white lies, grey lies and black lies. And we all in general take a tiny little lies during the day even when we actually don’t notice it. It’s in the human nature- like it or not. 

But,- I will not write either a possible dissertation on lying , or Pinocchio.  But lies are a part of us, a little innocent Pinocchio lives in all of us – every day.

And must of us know Pinocchio. The story about this tiny little tree doll, and his famous nose that grows when he lies. 

An ancient story that is as useful today as when it was written in 1883. There are different ways to both understand, interpret and use the story of Pinocchio.

A story used in relation to upbringing, and also what different consequences bad behavior can lead to.

It’s a good story, at least I like the story and when I did “caught” me kids in lying when they was younger I told them that they did “took a tiny Pinocchio”. And when I take a tiny little lie my self,- I also admit I take a tiny Pinocchio. 

READ MORE: My daughter’s story: Pinocchio or a manipulator? 👃😳


Think ~

Emotion serves as a central organizing process within the brain

How we feel about our past affects how we think about describing it

Creating an endless loop of repeating scenes and expectations

Seeing the patterns in our past incidents

Choosing to learn from them and rejoicing in that growth can be done most naturally by shifting the theme of the stories we tell others about ourselves…

Move from contaminative to redemptive

In this shift you create a life-affirming triple win:

  1. You begin living from your strengths more often
  2. Others around you are encouraged by this emotional
    contagion, thus you are helping friends of your
    friends’ friends to see their life story in a more
    resilient light.
  3. Reflecting resiliency in your storytelling can pull
    others closer as they are attracted to positivity

Positively integrated personal narratives are an important marker of psychological health

Telling your stories from a resilient mindset also helps anchor that attitude in you and more


Rain ~

Rain has great importance in human and animal

Because life is not possible without water🤷‍♀️

The rainy day immediately spreads happiness and peace in the atmosphere

It brings a smile to everyone’s face and also gives a reason to celebrate

We should see the amazing rain has showers of inspiration…

Don’t you just love the smell of rain

It smells fresh and clean…

Nature is so rhythmic and romantic on a rainy day

The sound of rain as it pitter-patters on the roof plays like a cheerful cacophony…

Next time when it rains near you

Take time to go outside and walk in the rain…

Breathe in the chilly fresh air

And feel the beautiful fragrance of nature and make your body relax…

I did this morning and it was just the best revitalizing


Fairytale 💥

Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.

Can there be a love which does not make demands on its object?

We can live without religion and meditation, but we cannot survive without human affection.

If you don’t love yourself, you cannot love others. You will not be able to love others.

If you have no compassion for yourself then you are not able of developing compassion for others.

Did you understand what a mess you made of offers

To live life with a falsehood must be like living in a cave of nothingness.

Be humble be kind

It’s never to late to ” grow up”

Love them anyway cause they never knew who they were 💥

Shalom 😔

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(AUSTRALIA) Four Corners 60yrs Onward Report: Has faced the wrath of both sides of politics. 60 years on, it’s needed more than ever as EVIL’S rule over the earth has got stronger #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.17: As we celebrate the 60th birthday of our much-loved program, the Four Corners team believes that the quality journalism it represents has never been more essential to the health of our democracy:

#AceDailyNews says ‘The Truth Will Set You Free’ as …The prime minister was livid as he stared down a hapless senior executive at the ABC. The cause of his ire was a program that had recently aired on the broadcaster’s flagship current affairs program, Four Corners: Watch a special 60th anniversary episode tomorrow night at 8:30pm.This article draws in part on recollections in The Stories that Changed Australia: Fifty Years of Four Corners.

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To mark the program’s extraordinary milestone, Four Corners will broadcast a special episode with highlights from the show’s six decades.

‘I know about you and your Four Corners’, the PM fumed. ‘And I want you to know that I know, and my ministers know, that the sole reason for that wretched program is to discredit me and my government.’

So who was the prime minister and what was the year?’

It might have been Scott Morrison in 2021 venting about a Four Corners story on his friend, an avowed QAnon supporter.

Or Bob Hawke in 1983, incensed over the explosive NSW corruption story The Big League and its allegations about then NSW premier Neville Wran.

Or John Howard in 2001, fulminating about revelations of political skullduggery by senior figures in the Liberal Party in Party Tricks, which was sensationally pulled ahead of broadcast by then ABC boss Jonathan Shier.

The list of possibilities goes on, and on.

In fact, the year was 1963, and the prime minister was Robert Menzies, then well into his second decade in power and in high dudgeon over a Four Corners expose on the extraordinary influence then wielded by the seemingly untouchable RSL.

It was the first time, but by no means the last, that Four Corners would feel the wrath of the government of the day.

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Four Corners is the longest running series on Australian television and a powerhouse of investigative journalism.

For 60 years this month, governments of all persuasions have been scrutinised and scandalised by Four Corners in countless stories exposing corruption, ineptitude, injustice, conflict of interest and abuse of power.

It’s exactly what the program is intended to do, and it’s what it does best: Holding the powerful to account, telling truth to power, without fear or favour.

As the latest in a long line of journalists who’ve been privileged to hold the role of Executive Producer, I’ve heard all the war stories and experienced first-hand the attempts by governments – state, federal and foreign – to pressure, coax and intimidate Four Corners and the ABC over stories that reflect poorly on their use of power.

In the 1990s, as a newcomer to the program, I reported on Victoria’s pugnacious premier Jeff Kennett, his relationship with the founders of Melbourne’s Crown casino and his family’s share dealings in a listed ASX company, Guangdong Corporation.

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Then-Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett criticising Four Corners and Sally Neighbour ahead of the 1997 episode Kennett’s Culture.

Kennett was ropeable, lambasting Four Corners as “that awful bloody program” and our story as “an hour of slime” (a phrase we gleefully purloined for our on-air promo).

Twenty-five years later, as Executive Producer, I oversaw Louise Milligan’s controversial story Inside the Canberra Bubble, which exposed the toxic atmosphere for women working at Canberra’s Parliament House, and her follow-up piece Bursting the Canberra Bubble, which reported on the historic rape allegation against former attorney-general Christian Porter, which he denies.

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Inside the Canberra Bubble questioned the conduct of some of the most senior politicians in the nation.

Those stories provoked an intense campaign behind the scenes from within the government to pressure the ABC board and management over Four Corners’ coverage.

Executive Producer of Four Corners Sally Neighbour in a dark studio.
Sally Neighbour says the program has withstood politically motivated attacks on its reporting for decades.(Four Corners: Harriet Tatham)

I am proud to say that on all those occasions, and many others, Four Corners resisted the political pressure, just as it has for all of its 60 years.

Controversial beginnings

When Four Corners first hit the airwaves on August 19, 1961, not all at the ABC were celebrating. The grandly titled ‘Controller of News’ resented the upstart new show’s encroachment on his fiefdom and famously declared: “This program will go to air over my dead body.” Go to air it did, with a staff of six and a weekly budget of £480 pounds.

The first episode featured a US astronaut discussing America’s first orbital space flight, an interview with Olympic swimmer Jon Konrads and a feature on a popular American harmonica player.

Eager that the new show not upset its political masters, ABC management was satisfied with the debut. The verdict passed on by one relieved middle manager: “That was an excellent program. I don’t think we could have offended anybody.”

Back then the ABC imposed strict constraints on journalists covering politics. They had to request permission from the general manager for any politician to appear on air, and an Opposition MP could only be interviewed if the relevant government minister also appeared.

It didn’t take long for the new program to upset the Menzies government. In 1963, after a story on home ownership, housing minister Sir William Spooner demanded a right of reply, and the ABC’s chairman ordered the program to oblige.

Presenter Michael Charlton told viewers the show had been “instructed” to give Spooner his say, “and here he is”. The interview went to air uncut, letting Spooner ‘drone on and on’ for nearly half an hour. “It destroyed any credibility he had,” inaugural EP Bob Raymond later recalled, seemingly satisfied. 

Michael Charlton, the first program presenter of Four Corners in 1961.
Michael Charlton, the first program presenter of Four Corners in 1961.

But the story that really riled Menzies was an investigation into the powerful RSL that ran a few months later. The RSL had been a staunch defender of the White Australia Policy and avowed opponent of communism, and according to one minister was the only public organisation in Australia with “direct and regular access to the federal cabinet”.

The Four Corners story included an interview with the editor of the Communist Party newspaper Tribune. It sent the government apoplectic. The reporter was removed from the program, but later reinstated after irate staff signed a petition blaming political pressure and demanding his return.

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Four Corners report on the Returned Services League’s influential role in politics.

As another of the program’s first reporters, John Penlington, later wrote: “The RSL affair heralded a continuing battle over the program’s and indeed the ABC’s role and commitment to investigative journalism.”

That battle has continued for 60 years. And it’s not only conservative governments that have taken exception to being in the crosshairs of Four Corners.

Four Corners unpopular with both sides of politics

In the 1980s, the Hawke Labor government railed against Four Corners for years, after a series of programs that began with Chris Masters’ landmark expose The Big League.

A story that started as an investigation into dodgy dealings on the football field morphed into explosive allegations of judicial corruption, which implicated NSW Labor premier Neville Wran. In its aftermath, the powerful head of the NSW Rugby League was convicted of fraud and the former chief stipendiary magistrate was jailed for conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

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The Big League began as an investigation into how officials in NSW ran rugby league and uncovered a political and judicial scandal.

The story triggered a royal commission that ultimately exonerated Wran. Many in Labor, especially the powerful NSW Right faction, never forgave Four Corners and the ABC. Their hostility was fuelled by subsequent Four Corners stories on Labor’s agonies over uranium mining policy and on the powerful transport boss Peter Abeles, a good mate of Hawke’s.

Later in the 1980s, Four Corners shifted focus to Joh Bjelke-Petersen’s Queensland, exposing a morass of police corruption reaching all the way to the state’s police commissioner. The day after Chris Masters’ The Moonlight State aired, a judicial inquiry was announced, leading to more than 100 convictions and the jailing of the commissioner himself.

Masters’ journalism helped clean up Queensland – but for that he paid a heavy price. For years afterwards, he and Four Corners were tied up in the courts fighting litigation from enemies he had made while doing his job.

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The Moonlight State revealed Queensland Police corruption reached all the way up to the Police Commissioner.

Such legal ordeals remain all too common for journalists who dare to dig and then must run the gauntlet of defamation laws that are tilted heavily towards plaintiffs.

Decades on, Four Corners is still shining its light into dark places. In the past five years alone, our programs have prompted royal commissions into the aged care sector, youth detention in the Northern Territory, the banking system and water theft from the Murray Darling Basin.

Four Corners continues to evolve. Today you’ll also find us on iview, Facebook and YouTube, where our stories attract a global audience and our digital storytelling provides world-class online stories with a huge readership.

The current Four Corners team is proud to be among the generations of journalists who’ve maintained the program’s reputation for excellence for 60 years.

For that longevity, we owe a debt of thanks to the people of Australia who have backed the program and stood up for its journalism. Without that loyalty, we wouldn’t have made it this far.

Despite the challenges of COVID-19 restrictions, which have stopped us from travelling and created logistical nightmares for filming, interviewing and editing, we’ve still managed to turn out high-quality stories week after week.

The times ahead look even more challenging for programs like Four Corners. Nightly television audiences are declining. Conspiracy theories peddled online and on social media take hold in a blink.

What we think we know as facts easily get lost in a fog of misinformation. Trust in political leaders and media grows ever more brittle. The traditional media industry is fighting for its life, and media bosses are disinvesting in journalism that doesn’t turn a buck.

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Aug.17: 2021:

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Connecting ~

Connecting with essential truth and knowing oneself is the only way. Surrender is the path to freedom through our unique authenticity. Through surrender you may experience the flow of life not through the narrow lens of the mind, but through the vast refuge of the heart. Nothing else is needed – it has always been for, about and within you. Freedom is the realization that it is sufficient to simply be a human being!


Truth ~

Connecting with essential truth and knowing oneself is the only way.

Surrender is the path to freedom through our unique authenticity.

Through surrender, you may experience the flow of life not through the narrow lens of the mind, but the vast refuge of the heart.

Nothing else is needed – it has always been for, about and within you.

Freedom is the realization that it is sufficient to simply be a human being!