In a world of problems and solutions, few ideas spur both immediate hope and skepticism as the idea of free energy, and, on the brink of ecological disaster, nothing may be of greater importance to the human race.
“Danger: real probability of the awakening of terror and dread, from which there will be no turning back.” –Ernest Becker
Caveat lector: reader beware!
To be or not to be, is that not the essential question? Or maybe it’s: to … More
In Jung’s famous book The Red Book, he comes to a library inside a castle, looking for a place of sanctuary and reflection. When the librarian asks him to choose a book he names The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à … More
1. You are an advocate for changing fear, as opposed to fearing change
By transforming fear into courage, you understand that power is merely a stopgap that must be expiated, lest it corrupt absolutely. For any action to count as courageous it must first … More
Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
Sometimes that’s what it takes
When you look back on your life, the trials the tribulations, the challenges and opportunities, you’ll probably notice the really big occasions hung finely balanced on the feather edge of uncertainty. On one side is the abyss of some … More
Mike Molyneaux, Contributing Writer
Many perplexing, horrible paradoxes in life eventually turn out for the best and make sense in retrospect if we don’t give up. Here is a parable that may give hope to people struggling in a sea of trouble.
My son is a physically, mentally … More
Z, Contributing Writer
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead.-Aristotle
The great epochs in our lives are at the points when we gain the courage to re-baptize our badness into the best in us. –Friedrich Nietzsche
In this kind … More