Entries tagged with “Current Events”
The nuances of assault, harassment, sexual advances and responsibility.
Spiritual progress is breaking down outworn religious structures and bringing a new demand for justice in the political arena, and yet... many cling to the old ways. Why be optimistic today?
Here are five food policy issues that the presidential nominees aren't talking about—even though they should be.
By paying attention and anticipating pain (tension, need for energy, and so on), people come to “health consciousness” and are less likely to abuse prescription drugs.
I’m a total news junkie, with subscriptions to several newspapers and a passion for NPR. But I’m not alone in saying that with current events changing so fast—and being so negative—these days news can be 1) highly addictive and 2) utterly depressing. For this week’s Healthy Habit, I’m exploring ways of moderating intake of the news. I’ve found a few suggestions on ways to stay engaged, but partake in a more mindful and healthy way.
What do we do when facing what appear to be insurmountable challenges of our time?
In a media-filled world, stay present for your relationship.
For me, that meant resigning from the State Department and now resisting our new president’s vision of America.
Grace Without GodThe Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Belonging in a Secular AgeBy Katherine OzmentHarperWaveI’m a spot-on “none” as described by Katherine Ozment. Growing up in th…
Listening to the Wisdom of Honeybees for Kinder Beekeeping and a Better World
How anger is used can determine activist effectiveness.
The issue of stress is rampant in our culture. Mindful Yoga Therapy, supported by Give Back Yoga Foundation, is offering a path to healing for these individuals.
Most deeply spiritual people, regardless of their ancestral religion or their chosen path, esteem human beings who exhibit certain qualities, such as empathy, compassion, lovingkin…
Circle of PoisonEvan Mascagni and Shannon PostCollective Eye FilmsThe “circle of poison” refers to the process whereby American companies manufacture pesticides that have been bann…
Love Is a VerbTerry Spencer Hesser and Stephan MazurekDark Sky FilmsThe Muslim thinker and academic Fetullah Gulen has been a controversial figure in his homeland of Turkey for&nbs…
In hearing about Trump's executive order to build a wall between the United States and Mexico, it brought forth a vision for me of little children on a beach. In this vision, the w…
Drawing from the wisdom of spiritual teachers, writer Emma Pearse focuses on healing herself to heal the world.
Our producer said she was happy that the concert venue would be mostly full that night. Many people had stopped coming to concerts because of the intense fear that overtook the cit…
Columnist Paul Sutherland shares his perspective on cryptocurrencies.
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