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Please note, you can access all the explanatory and inspirational Freedom Essays at the end of this Freedom Essay. Wednesday’s explanatory essays and Friday’s inspirational essays are numbered in order of appearance, so one is odd and the other even numbered.

 

 

This is inspirational Freedom Essay 10

 

Commendations for Jeremy Griffith’s Treatise

 

The world-saving significance of Jeremy Griffith’s astonishing book FREEDOM has been recognised by an impressive array of scholars and social leaders, who have touted it as ‘the understanding that ends all prejudices, like racism, forever’; as providing the ‘true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes’; and being nothing less than ‘The book we have been waiting for, it is the book that saves the world!’

 

These extraordinary commendations and more including from a former President of the Canadian Psychiatric Association; one of the world’s foremost mountaineers; a Zambian advertising director and radio host; and a prominent Australian science administrator can be viewed by clicking the video players below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeremy’s presentations of his breakthrough insight into the human condition have attracted further praise and enthusiasm from thought leaders and members of the general public:

 

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Watch Jeremy Griffith present the breakthrough redeeming explanation of the human condition in F. Essay 5, or read chapter 1 of FREEDOM.

 

Discussion or comment on this essay is welcomed see below.

 

 

Please Note, you can access any of the following explanatory and inspirational Freedom Essays by clicking on them. They are also available on our homepage at www.humancondition.com.

 

 

Wednesday’s explanatory Freedom Essay 1 Why solving the human condition solves everything | 3 The false ‘savage instincts’ excuse | 5 The explanation of the human condition | 7 The transformation of the human race | 9 Our historic fear of the human condition | 11 Ending the stalled state of biology | 13 One hour introductory talk | 15 The difficulty of reading FREEDOM that Plato predicted | 17 How everyone’s lives can now be immediately transformed | 19 How did we humans acquire our altruistic moral conscience? | 21 Integrative Meaning or ‘God’ | 23 How did consciousness emerge in humans? | 25 The truthful biology of life | 27 This understanding ends the polarised world of politics | 29 Left-wing dogma leads to terminal alienation | 31 Men and women reconciled | 33 Human sex and relationships explained | 35 The end of racism | 37 Judgment Day explained | 39 Saving Western civilisation | 41 Resignation | 43 Noah’s Ark explained | 45 Christ explained | 47 Humour and swearing explained | 49 Sir Laurens van der Post’s vision | 51 Endgame for the human race | 53 Attacks on the WTM | 55 More on the transformation | 57 onwards are Transformation Affirmations

 

Friday’s inspirational Freedom Essay 2 Can conflict ever end? | 4 Anne Frank’s faith in human goodness fulfilled | 6 ‘This is the real liberation of women’ | 8 ‘How this liberated me from racism’ | 10 Commendations | 12 FREEDOM chapter synopses | 14 FREEDOM’s significance by Prof. Prosen | 16 The genius of Transform Your Life | 18 Jeremy on how to become transformed | 20 Survey seeking feedback | 22 WTM Centres opening everywhere | 24 Ceremonial masks explained | 26 Fossils evidence our nurtured origins | 28 William Blake’s Tiger Tiger | 30 R.D. Laing’s fearless honesty | 32 Cave paintings | 34 The meaning of superhero and disaster films | 36 Science’s scorn of religion | 38 Art’s agony and ecstasy | 40 Second survey | 42 Wordsworth’s majestic poem | 44 Jeremy’s children’s book, ‘A Perfect Life’ | 46 Jeremy’s biography | 48 Australia’s role | 50 Prophetic songs | 52 The ‘instinct vs intellect’ explanation is obvious | 54 The accusation of hubris | 56 keeping spare for future use

 

These essays were composed during 2017 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood,
Fiona Cullen-Ward & Brony FitzGerald at the Sydney WTM Centre.

 

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