Should children study violin—or rather, be forced to study violin? Or forced to study ballet? Mark Oppenheimer published a piece in The New Republic the other day asking this question in the urgent manner of a dad fretting over his daughter’s education.
Articles for Philosophy
The 7 Things You Could Do Today to strengthen your energy, advance your wisdom and elevate your awareness
by Dr. Carmen Harra: The majority of us have learned to see life as a routine — we’ve stopped thinking about what we should do and instead only think about what we need to do.
by Amy L. Lansky PhD: One piece of evidence for the holographic nature of nonstandard fields that have been proposed in recent years
by Conner Habib: Who was Rudolf Steiner and who’s working with Steiner’s ideas today?
by Erika Nicole Finn: We all experience feeling let down when we don’t achieve something that we want.
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