Because all spiritual systems and religions are defined in large part by the perception of Deity within them, any misinterpretation of the nature of that deity will have a major impact on the validity of the world view of that system. If the world view is invalid, then so too is the spiritual system/religion itself. Continue reading →
The difficulty we face in today’s society is daunting to say the least. Conflict is everywhere in myriad forms. Ethnic violence, national extremism, secular polarization, gender discrimination, environmental confrontations, political upheaval, and more. It will only get worse as the … Continue reading →
Our current society is failing to do what a society should. A society is supposed to give ALL its members an equal opportunity to survive, be safe, and be comfortable.
Fundamental change needs to occur to provide basic human rights including:
Food, clothing, shelter, medical care, safety, freedom from discrimination.
So … how do we set about changing the world? Continue reading →
The biggest issue I see in society in general is apathy. The vast majority don’t care what’s happening around them unless they are directly affected. But I, for one, don’t blame them. Why? I don’t blame them, because that’s how … Continue reading →
Most of us living in this modern age consider ourselves free. Freedom is a “given”, enshrined in law in many countries, drilled into us through education, political rhetoric, television, even religion. And yet we remain chained, imprisoned in cages of … Continue reading →
There seems to be a commonly held belief that fate/destiny/karma/etc are the domain of the universe (or it’s creator in some cases). One often hears such phrases as “the universe has plans for you”, or “the universe will balance itself … Continue reading →
Human beings are complex organisms physiologically, psychologically, spiritually, and socially. Maintaining a sense of balance in all these aspects of ourselves can often feel like we’re walking a tightrope strung between two mountain peaks. Although we know there is a … Continue reading →