want to read
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Spiritual Activism: Transforming the Nature of Power By Carla Goldstein Director, The Women’s Institute at Omega Al Gore’s movie, An Inconvenient Truth , has brought to the world’s attention the need to radically change our relationship to power. To save our planet, we must find alternative, clean, renewable sources of power that support all of life’s systems.
Photo by DeDaniel Click here to enter the Personal Power Article Directory To me, it is having and exuding confidence and joy, following your heart, and believing in success. It is going into each moment with an open heart and trust in the Universe. It is staying centered in the face of chaos, staying loving in the face of anger, and staying joyous in the face of fear.
By: Alvaro Fernandez As our final article for 2011, let us repurpose one of SharpBrains’ most popular blog posts since 2006. It may give you a few pointers to sharpen those New Years Resolutions.
Although my understanding of the Universal law of attraction has led me to the joyful life that I am living, I always find a reason to ask for something else. This is true for all people, including those who never actually speak their desires aloud. I receive countless questions and comments from those who are full of frustration because some aspect of their life experience is not exactly as they want it to be.
Current Issue Spring 2013 (15.1) The new science of morality promises objective truth about human nature and a path beyond ethical relativism, but it turns out to be far less revolutionary than advertised. The Spring 2013 issue of The Hedgehog Review on “Science and Moral Life” includes contributions by John F. Kihlstrom, Lenny Moss, Thomas de Zengotita, and Jan Slaby. Table of Contents | Order
Monday, September 20th, 2010
Decoding the DNA of Education in Search of Actual Knowledge. LAWRENCE SUMMERS, Charles W.
There is a Native American belief that one has the responsibility to think seven generations ahead. While this is a nice sentiment, it's not good enough, argue Nancy Ellen Abrams and Joel R. Primack in their book Abrams and Primack argue we are living in a cosmically pivotal moment today, and we have a higher level of responsibility than any generation that came before us. Abrams and Primack write: "We and our children may be the most significant generations of humans that have yet lived," which means we carry a far greater burden of responsibility than any previous generation. Through the discipline of scientific cosmology we are starting to glimpse a newly emerging scientific picture of the universe.
After my husband’s funeral , I closed the gate and wandered back to our salt-rimed townhouse, through a throng of youngsters and their bitter songs of Jerusalem.
Books to read