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Myth, Mystery, and Magic: Religious Imagination in Ancient Egypt

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Patience, A Personal Reflection on Life and Its Impermanence

Patience, A Personal Reflection on Life and Its Impermanence This world we’ve crafted moves very swiftly, and increases in speed with each passing year. Instant gratification is no longer a wish-fulfillment fantasy, but our constant haunting companion. Particularly in the … Continue reading

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Embodiment, Ecstasy, Emptiness

Over the past number of decades, the West has been inundated by philosophical concepts pouring over us from the East. One idea we have grabbed hold of like a life-preserver is the concept of Emptiness.

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What’s Love Got To Do With It?

A while ago, I posted a piece on forgiveness. Today, the day of my birth sixty-five years ago, I will attempt to write something of love.

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‘Putin Did It’ ~ The Russians are Coming

What do we know about Russia, right now… about Russia today? I mean, given all the hype and hyperventilating among our major news organizations, pronouncements from congress and their counsels, together with the constant whining of late night TV hosts … Continue reading

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