Michael Forrester, Prevent Disease
In the past twenty-four years, the Rules for Being Human have circled the globe – photocopied and passed from friend to friend, transmitted via the internet, printed on brochures. However, credit for this masterpiece of wisdom goes to Cherie Carter-Scott, author of If Life … More
First and foremost we should be governed by common sense.
~ Vladimir Putin (Time Magazine, 2007)
President Vladimir Putin is audaciously attempting to remove the brush covering from atop the common sense rabbit hole, which is not only a truly rare and subversive act … More
Stephen Parato, Contributor
Don’t externalize your inherent power.
Stop giving your power away.
That’s how people devolve from unique individuals to automatons. From vibrant beings, to dull shadows. From freethinkers, to brainwashed sheeple. From healthy and passionate, to fat and apathetic. From fun-loving and imaginative, to just plain … More
Isabelle Gravenstein, Guest
Human beings have got the most amazing capacity to fool themselves, whilst appearing to exercise great intelligence and achievements. It is none more obvious then when we call ourselves civilised. Firstly, what benchmark do we use to know that we are civilised and that that … More
Waldemar Ingdahl, American
The rise of ‘superbugs’ is causing tens of thousands of deaths a year in the United States alone. A problem as complex as antibiotic resistance will require several solutions.
Increasing antibiotic resistance is of great concern — the health of millions is dependent on our … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
We do get a bit bruised by life. How could we not? We’re here at a profound time; a time when people are in need of an actual ray of hope. While we can’t offer a solution to another’s life, we can offer our calmness, … More
Christina Sarich, Contributing Writer
According to the numerous wisdom teachings, Lao Tzu, Edison, Gregg Braden, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, the Buddha, Ken Wilber, Louis Hay, the Dalai Lama, Paramahansa Yogananda, Dr. Wayne Dyer, and a thousand other experts, both ancient and … More
Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
These are monumental times we’re blessed to be living in. Humanity is waking up from eons of amnesia. Gaia has centred in the Fifth Density and powerful evolutionary transitions of consciousness will unleash the earth from the restrictive and exploitative karmic energies of our … More
Chris Renzo, Contributing Writer
Our nation, the United States, is the richest and most powerful nation in the world. The rich live a decadent lifestyle, and there exists a large middle class, but tens of millions live in poverty. 50% million people [1/6 of our population] cannot afford … More
Peter Russell, Spirit Of Now
Humanity is too clever to survive without wisdom. — E.F Schumacher
What is wisdom? We hear the word a lot these days—the need for wisdom, the wisdom traditions, wisdom schools. We each would like to have more wisdom. And for others to … More
Jonathan Merritt, Sacred Fire Contributor
It is no longer possible to ignore the catastrophe that confronts us as the ice melts, as the oceans warm and storms wreak havoc in Asia, as endless droughts grips Australia, India and Africa. And, despite the efforts of millions of good-hearted men … More
Eric, Day-Blind Star
In my short experience on this big blue marble there is one-act that I have continually come to find gratifying. The best way to help yourself is by helping others. Since the way we see the world is a reflection of how we see ourselves, … More
Vimeo – Commonlink Productions
Is evolution really as complicated as we make it out to be? This video suggests that despite our differences – perhaps we are much more united across this planet than we choose to acknowledge. Our ability to create something or not create something together is merely … More
Entropy. That measure of disorder that increases as energy is dissipated into unusable forms effects many aspects of our present human condition. It is easy to grasp the principle as it pertains directly to heat. We see the energy of a fire heat our food, but … More