Infographic – How does the U.S. compare to other countries when it comes to recycling? Which US cities could improve their recycling efforts?
Jefferey Jaxen – The ‘Searl Effect’ is based on a unique process of magnetization that…
Steve Pavlina – If you were to design your own human culture, what would you include? What would you leave out?
Julian Rose – Those in pursuit of power are seldom satisfied. They always want more. In a seemingly never ending act of compulsive consumption, they seek to dominate or destroy all that stands in the way of their thirst for power.
Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times The Internet is full of articles and videos speculating that it’s the end for us. Here’s the essence of the latest one I read: the people pulling the strings of the US Government want war, they want to do a first-strike on Russia with nukes, they’re insane enough to think […]
V. Susan Ferguson, Contributor Waking Times Appropriating Planet Earth Hovering over the city, the Prince of Darkness sat in his black helicopter. He glanced at his Italian shoes and noticing a scuffmark, summoned one of his servant girls. A beautiful Oriental child approached him on her knees and, her eyes cast down, began to polish […]
Stephen Parato, Contributor Waking Times 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 bland. These stark contrasts are […]
Jill Richardson, Guest Waking Times Jacki Schilke was suffering from symptoms ranging from rashes, pain, and lightheadedness to dental problems and urinating blood. The formerly healthy, 53-year-old cattle rancher’s body was under assault from a list of toxic chemicals as long as your arm. But Schilke’s lucky — so far — compared to five of her […]
Andrew Gavin Marshall, New Dawn Waking Times So, who runs the world? It’s a question that people have struggled with since people began to struggle. It’s certainly a question with many interpretations, and incites answers of many varied perspectives. Often, it is relegated to the realm of “conspiracy theory,” in that, those who discuss this […]
Z, Contributing Writer Waking Times “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” –Abraham Lincoln “Be not the slave of your own past – plunge into the sublime seas, dive deep, and swim far, so you shall come back with new self-respect, with new power, […]
Chris Renzo, Contributing Writer Waking Times 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 basic health services. 15% of our people live […]
Brad Waters, Guest Writer Waking Times The Colorado theater shooting, the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, drought and wildfires– if you watch or read the news things might seem pretty bleak. But whenever we hear ourselves making blanket statements like, “What is the world coming to?” or “Everything’s going to hell!” we can look to these words […]
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We live in a consumerist society, and our culture reflects that. Unfortunately the reflection is ugly. It shows us an image of greed and excessive wastefulness camouflaged by an outlandish hyper-reality. If we were to peel back this hyper-reality we would reveal the throbbing hunger of our animal nature: the need to be recognized.