(video) Cassie Jaye: Why I Stopped Being a Feminist – ‘We can finally HEAL from the inside out, but it has to start with LISTENING’

Not from a Christian perspective, but significant insight into how she was filtering out much of what men said based on some personal, hurtful experiences from a few.

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“We have to stop expecting to be offended, and instead, we have to truly, openly and sincerely listening. That will lead to a greater understanding of ourselves and others, to having compassion for one another, working together towards solutions, because we are all in this together. And once we do that we can finally heal from the inside out. But it has to start with listening.”

– Cassie Jaye – ‘Red Pill’ filmmaker

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Cassie Jaye: Why I Stopped Being a Feminist

Published on May 25, 2017

In 2016 Cassie Jayes made a documentary called “The Red Pill” where she explores mens rights issues and the movement behind it, which is absolutely worth seeing: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3686998/

Full video quoted under fair use: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBSbs…

This channel aims at extracting central points of presentations into short clips. The topics cover the problems of leftist ideology and the consequences for society. The aim is to move free speech advocates forward and fight against the culture of SJWs.

A Clean Conscience Makes a Soft Pillow

“There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT” – Romans 8:1.

PAUL: “Herein I also practice ALWAYS having a *conscience void of offense* toward God and men” (Acts 24:16).

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(1 min video) Kung Fu: Return Injury with *Kindness*

Unlike most of these clips in which the young Caine is older, David Carradine’s brother, Keith takes David’s place.

Related: All of my “Kung Fu – No Hate ’70s Series” posts at my personal blog

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Master Po: Where is evil? In the rat, whose nature it is to steal grain. Or in the cat? Whose nature it is to kill the rat.

Young Caine: The rat steals. Yet for him the cat is evil.

Master Po: And to the cat, the rat.

Young Caine: Yet master, surely one of them is evil.

Master Po: The rat does not steal. The cat does not murder. Rain falls, the stream flows, a hill remains. Each acts according to its nature.

Young Caine: Then is there no evil for men? Each man tells himself that what he does is good. At least for himself.

Master Po: Grasshopper. A man may tell himself many things. But is a man’s universe made only of himself?

Young Caine: If a man hurts me, and I punish him – perhaps he will not hurt another.

Master Po: And if you do nothing?

Young Caine: He will believe he may do as he wishes.

Master Po: Perhaps. Or perhaps he will learn that some men receive injury, but return kindness.

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Kung Fu – Return Injury with Kindness – S01E11 Chains

(1 min video) Kung Fu: ‘To HATE is Like Drinking Salt Water – your thirst grows worse’ • “I have seen the silkworm. It spins a thread. Thinking itself to be safe, it has spun a tomb” • “Hate is the tomb you weave. It will not save you from your suffering”

KCC: I must leave soon.

Woman: What should I do?

KCC: What do you feel?

Woman: Hate. Fills the emptiness where my child grew.

KCC: To hate is like drinking salt water. Your thirst grows worse.

Woman: Don’t you understand what I feel?

KCC: I have seen the silkworm. It spins a thread. Thinking itself to be safe, it has spun a tomb. Hate is the tomb you weave. It will not save you from your suffering.

Woman: That’s what I feel. What can I do with it?

KCC: Perhaps there is room to bury your hate in that small grave where we have come from.

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Kung Fu – Hate – S01E04 An Eye For An Eye – David Carradine

Related:

All of my Kung Fu – No Hate ’70s Series posts at my personal blog