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Balzac, Contributor Waking Times “Anything worth doing is worth doing for money.” – Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #13 Fear exists for one purpose: to be conquered – Captain Janeway (Voyager) If like me you’re a Star Trek fan (particularly Deep Space 9, Voyager and Enterprise), it would hardly be surprising that at some point you’ve […]
Belsebuub, Guest Waking Times There are some difficult problems facing us that threaten not only our fundamental rights as human beings but also our very survival. We can and must tackle a seemingly endless stream of issues in a struggle for truth, freedom, security and justice. But unless we can get to the underlying causes […]
Dr. William Kay, M.D, Guest Writer Waking Times The phrase “medical ethics” sounds great in principle, but some important questions remain unanswered. Who is deciding what is ethical in medicine? How are those decisions being used? In this article we will explore some of the very ugly uses of modern “medical ethics”, namely the protection […]
Peter Russel, Spirit of Now Waking Times The ancient Chinese symbol for crisis, wei-chi, combines two elements: danger and opportunity. The danger is that if one continues to pursue approaches that are no longer working, then disaster is imminent. The opportunity is to let go of the old patterns and find new ways of being […]
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer Waking Times Marriam-Webster’s definition of addiction is: “compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; broadly: persistent compulsive use of a substance known by the user to be harmful.” Just as drugs, cigarettes and alcohol, […]