Tag: trust

Dancing the Divine Performative by Dr. Omar


Tango and flamenco demonstrate reiterative antipathy (divergence) and sympathy (convergence) between archetypally gendered sovereigns at edges of constituted ‘being’. Extraordinary rhythms and physical grace unveil an irreducible mystery celebrated again and again by the triumphant shout, “Ole!” Such elegance pinpoints fulcrums between ‘beauty and… Continue Reading “Dancing the Divine Performative by Dr. Omar”

The Fabric Of Society Part II by Dr. Omar


The Relationship of Touch, Trust and Deception to Human Development and the ‘Heteronormative vs. LGBT’ Sexology Perspective and Political Dynamic DOWNLOAD: trust-learning-human-development-14mar2016-pt-ii Abstract—This discursive essay informs the emerging discipline of political ponerology with a view to help complete the hetero- vs. LGBT-sexual perspective and… Continue Reading “The Fabric Of Society Part II by Dr. Omar”

My Latest Paper: THE FABRIC THAT HOLD SOCIETY TOGETHER


THE FABRIC THAT HOLD SOCIETY TOGETHER – part one: Touch, Trust & The Case for Forensic Ponerology Abstract—This vertiginous treatment of the war against a just social order avoids political correctness. In two parts, it offers an apposite and unique view of trust’s relationship… Continue Reading “My Latest Paper: THE FABRIC THAT HOLD SOCIETY TOGETHER”

The Law of Guidance by Dr. Omar


God guides us according to our choices. As established previously, our entire life is a trial of faith and the husbandry of its inherent trust (amana) in promised eternal rewards in the hereafter.  Consequently, the cultivation of trust and faith according to divine law, or… Continue Reading “The Law of Guidance by Dr. Omar”

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