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When our physical body dies, will we recognize ourselves as a subtle body of light, love, music, and knowing? Will we recognize the unique orchestration...
Every Wednesday is Tip Day. This Wednesday: six tips for battling loneliness. The more I've learned about happiness, the more I've come to believe...
We have this way of believing that if we can just change our world from the outside, it will settle the unquiet on the inside. The problem with that thinking is that it puts us in a holding cell.
Being a housekeeper doesn't exactly put you on equal footing with the wealthy and powerful when you are in "their" space. So when you're stuck in a bedroom with them, what are your defenses?
What we now term homeopathic healers, were women back in the day -- the "day" being early modern history. But because women largely shared their knowledge with each other, their expertise and acumen missed out on getting a prominent place in the historical record.
by guest blogger Maya Rodale Scandalbroth, according to Obsolete Word of the Day, is an old name for tea. But it's also a "reference to...
Just because Osama bin Laden is dead does not mean the 'threat' is over. He may have been the figurehead for Americans who perceive him wishing to do them harm but he certainly was not the only one.
It's officially less than one week until a global earthquake causes the entire world to shatter into pieces. I thought we had another year and...
It is such a sad story. Once again, a major political figure,Dominique Strauss-Kahn, is taken away in hand cuffs for alleged sexual crimes. And then...
The notion of an infinite chasm between you and G-d is simply not true. It is not a vertical relationship of G-d up there and you down here, but a horizontal one. Your own soul is G-dly.
The decision to invite hip-hop artist and actor Common to read poetry drew a surprising amount of furor from the right, which tarnished what was otherwise a great day for poetry.
Why is it so hard for us to tolerate emptiness in our minds? We perceive emptiness as an undesired state, something to be feared. We feel uncomfortable with those moments when our minds seem devoid of any creative or productive activity.
Conventional wisdom might say that women over 50 are most concerned about how they look, how many wrinkles they have and how young they appear. But when I asked them to share their worst fear, none of these issues came up.
Are you giving enough attention to the clues that your inner voice is sending? How can you get more attuned to the inner directives? Here are three ways to get started.
Reinvention holds enormous appeal for Baby Boomers like us. Who isn't eager to try something new? Who doesn't have a dream they'd love to bring to life? Who doesn't want to be part of a world-changing venture?
In my 25 years of working with leaders in many walks of life, including business, sports, education, technology, law and medicine, I've seen just a few who were truly exceptional, whom I call Prime Leaders.
Few of us are surprised when the young and famous break up. But when celebrated marriages weather decades of ups and downs and then dissolve? Those still have the ability to stun, and can even lead to second looks at our own relationships.
When we aren't mindful of the voices that are influencing us to relive old patterns, we tend to select people who fit in with our old identity, and we relate to them in ways that recreate a comfortable negativity from our past.
Colby Lewis is not the first major league player to miss a game to attend the birth of his child. But he is the first to take advantage of Major League Baseball's new 72-hour paternity leave policy.
It is disgraceful that a court has to force Congress and the administration to provide our veterans with the care they need as a result of serving our country. If we support our troops, why is it a federal court that is making those words more than lip service?