The Rudi-Grant Connection explores the Art of Knowing. How to acquire Knowledge?

Where does this soul exist in the human body? What is the location if the soul is present in the living person? Does man have a soul? How does the human organism acquires Knowledge about its own structures and the functions they perform?

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods. A Soldier’s Reflections on the Art of Self-Discipline

Yes indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexities of Life compel us to live our daily lives with a sense of self-discipline, and direct us to practice self-control, self-restraint, and self-regulation in all actions performed in the external world.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods Unveils the Theory of Man

Yes indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the use of terms in everyday language without attaching specific meanings to the words used in daily conversation. To know and to understand Life, we need to have a Theory of Man who is proposing to investigate Life.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods Rejects the fundamentally flawed Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Blue Collar vs White Collar, Hourly vs Salaried Employees, the categories created by the Fair Labor Standards Act prove that the Act is fundamentally flawed.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods evaluates the complex nature of man’s conscientious behavior

The complexity of Life involves the moral nature of the man which brings conflict between man’s conscience and his own behavior. Sometimes, the conflict is resolved by the man who upholds his moral nature by executing the man whose behavior is wrong or evil.

The Rudi Connection at Whole Foods. On Father’s Day 2022, the earthly father is forsaken by the Heavenly Father

On Sunday, June 19, 2022, I reflect upon the Fundamental Dualism that I describe as Earthly Father vs Heavenly Father. Being constituted as an earthly father, Rudolf Reborn as Rudi has no options other than that of repeating the famous last words of Jesus Christ when he breathed for the last time on the Cross. “ My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?”