by Paulo Coelho: I continue to transcribe extracts that I jotted down between 1982 and 1986 from my conversations with J., my friend and master in the RAM (Regnus Agnus Mundi) tradition.
An inspiring and profound speech from the late Alan Watts.
Karen Armstrong looked up at a helicopter hovering over Jakarta, and said, “I hate flying.” The fact is, this former Catholic nun turned author, academic and spiritualist must fly a lot.
by Kimbriel Dean: In a Narrative Theology class in college, my professor introduced me to the idea that Star Wars was more than an action movie.
by Deepak Chopra MD: Do you want to be wise? Surprisingly, many people would shrug off such a question. They want to be other things instead
by Amy Lansky: A few years ago, while I was writing Active Consciousness, I was talking to an acquaintance about higher dimensional space and how
by Nicholas Christakis: TWENTY-FIVE years ago, when I was a graduate student, there were departments of natural science that no longer exist today.
By Unto Tahtinen: When I for the first time came to India, 1954, I stayed for two weeks at Sabarmati Ashram and then at Sevagram. My first impression was that they were a sort of museums.
Gandhiji wrote the following prefatory note to this Chapter under the caption of “Darwin’s Views on Ethics”.
by Madhu Suri Prakash: The Indian leader saw nonviolence as an active and powerful thing-not just the absence of war.