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.
Recalling Gandhi’s memorable summary of seven deadly sins, the following is a summary in similar style of a brief reflection on intolerance given at the Trivandrum conference on a Gandhian Alternative to a World Without Terrorism and War in February 2002.
A letter written by Mahatma Gandhi on December 24, 1940.
By M. P. Mathai: Rising Awareness, Chronic Inertia, The ecological crisis we confront today has been analyzed from various angles and scientific data on the state of our environment made available.
A lecture delivered at Peninsula College by Wesley Cecil Ph.D. on the the life and philosophy of William James. This is part of the Modern Philosophers lecture series.