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  Examina
  Wise old Jung...
January 1, 2003;—Wise old Jung insists that it is good and salutory - even necessary for growth - to face one's shadow and to confront one's inner demons. No one is exempt....

The Climb at Kilimanjaro
January 1, 2003;—After a week of visiting game parks, Moses and I blitzed Mt. Kilimanjaro during the past two days....

Dearly Beloved...
January 1, 2003;—"What is all this running around after happiness? It's very American, and very boring. Why don't we just do something. constructive, something creative, and then if that makes us happy, fine....



  Paradox
  Salome
January 1, 2003;—May 1, 2003, Thursday THE ARTS/CULTURAL DESK THEATER REVIEW; Veils or No Veils, Whatever She Wants She Gets By BEN BRANTLEY There's not one veil in sight, let alone seven....

The Enneagram
January 1, 2003;—(Metz & Burchill) (Sufism was a Muslim philosophical and literary movement which emerged among the Shiites of Persia in the late 10th and early 11th century. The Sufis included the greatest of the Persian poets, inc....

Luis Marden, Adventurer & Journalist
January 1, 2003;—March 5, 2003 Luis Marden, 90, Adventurer and Journalist, Is Dead By DOUGLAS MARTIN uis Marden, a writer and p...

Pamela Harriman
January 1, 2003;—By RUSSELL BAKER ( Op-Ed ) 753 words February 8, 1997, The New York Times....

George Plimpton
January 1, 2003;—September 27, 2003, Saturday THE ARTS/CULTURAL DESK, Author And Editor, Is Dead at 76 By RICHARD SEVERO ( Obituary (Obit);...

Deepak Chopra
January 1, 2003;—Mind-body expert will share his wisdom to South Floridians By James D. Davis Religion Editor January 13, 2004 Why aren't you succeeding? says he knows. You're trying too hard. Because you're trying at all....

When Bipolar Masquerades as a Happy Face
January 1, 2003;—February 17, 2004; New York Times; ; By RICHARD A. FRIEDMAN, M.D. At 45, my patient Bruce was at the pinnacle of his career, with a lucrative law practice....

balancing truths
January 1, 2003;—Indeed, this need of individuals to be right is so great that they are willing to sacrifice themselves, their relationships, and even love for it....



  Mwalimu
  At Home With: Daniel Tammet, Brainman, At Rest In His Oasis
February 15, 2007;Sarah Lyall;NYT;—; New York Times; ;. BULLIED by other children and bewildered by ordinary life, Daniel Tammet spent his early years burrowed deep inside the world of numbers....

Jim Rouse
January 1, 2003;—March 28, 1996 Dear Jim, There is a letter that I've written many, many times in my mind. It's possible that I've never mailed it, I guess because it seems presumptious, or less than enough....

Vincent
January 1, 2003;—October 14, 2001 Dearly beloved,, On this lovely occasion, your 39th birthday, it occurs to me that if we were to ask among ourselves why we love you we'd have a litany of what we hope for on this planet, what we hope...

What I've Learned
January 1, 2003;—Look what I've learned ~ I've learned ~ that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them....

I can prove to young people...
January 1, 2003;—I can prove to young people that it's completely possible to take care of humanity at a higher standard of living than anybody every thought of;...

The healthy human being...
January 1, 2003;—The healthy human being is the human being who can allow himself to be vulnerable and who rejects any notion of a life lived in fundamental separation from other human beings....

16 Assumptions of the Dominational System
January 1, 2003;—The dominational system has existed for 5000 years. It is based on a set of assumptions that tend to remain constant. The need to control society and prevent choas requires some to dominate others....

Paul Robeson
January 1, 2003;—as singer, actor, activist, by Hans Knight (New York Times 2-1-97) Once in a while, I turn on my stereo, close my eyes and let the voice flow over me, so dark and rich I feel I can almost touch it....

Attitude
January 1, 2003;—"The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life., to me, is more important than facts....

Success in life ...
January 1, 2003;—Success in life (for some people) depends on the ability to go from failure to failure with no apparent loss of enthusiasm. (Winston Churchill) Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not;...

Christopher Alexander
January 1, 2003;—Architecture's Irascible Reformer By EMILY EAKIN RUNDEL, England — Moss grows from the steep, pitched roof of the West Dean Gardens visitors' center. Carefully trained grape vines hug its walls....

John Adams
January 1, 2003;—A Master's Moment, a Message Sent: Life Is Good By PAUL GRIFFITHS LL of John Adams's music is vivid and powerful, but what's most striking about it is its sense of fun. There is joy in it —...

John Nash
January 1, 2003;—April 11, 2002 What, Exactly, Was on 's Beautiful Mind? By HAL R....

Kevin Daley
January 1, 2003;—It's Not What You Say, but How It Sounds By CLAUDIA H. DEUTSCH OTHING looks calculated about the beige sport jacket and tie that Kevin R....

Walter Benjamin
January 1, 2003;—January 16, 2000 ART/ARCHITECTURE; The Passages of Paris And of Benjamin's Mind By Herbert Muschamp SOME of us don't read fiction....

Bonhoeffer
January 1, 2003;—'' By ELVIS MITCHELL Directed by Martin Doblmeier, 90 minutes With his documentary '','' which opens today in Manhattan, the director Martin Doblmeier has assembled a touching narrative on the nature of faith....

Martin Luther's Passion, Still Resonating Today
January 1, 2003;—Martin Luther's Passion, Still Resonating Today By STEPHEN HOLDEN lthough "Luther," Eric Till's teeming screen biography of Martin Luther doesn't strain to make parallels between the 16th century and t...



  Touching the Divine
  Little Sister Francesca
January 1, 2003;—/litsisfr.jpg" vspace=5> says she is an expression of God's presence whereever she is. She can't fix all the injustices. She may even live with God's spirit in the midst of injustice....

Music that justifies the existence of mankind
January 1, 2003;—Fields of Gold written by Sting and popularized by Sting and The Police on the album "Ten Summoner's Tales. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring This is the overwhelming favorite composition of Johann Sebastian Bach....

Music is...
January 1, 2003;—Music is an experience that makes you step back and see that there really is a nobility about being a human being....

Four composers
January 1, 2003;—Four famous manic-depressive composers according to Psychiatric Institute of Washington, D. C. were Handel, Berlioz, Schumann, and Wolf....

Falling Water
January 1, 2003;—Fallingwater is about four hours' drive from Washington, a beautiful trip through the mountains of Western Maryland and the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania in countryside that has been settled but not yet spoiled....



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Home Page 
What's New 
new resources not coded 
Examina 
Paradox 
Mwalimu 
Touching the Divine 
humor 
friendship 
open doors 
About Us 
Frequently Asked Questions 
Site Map 
Contact Us 
Tags Menu 
Web Links 
. 
Wise old Jung... 
balancing truths 
Dearly Beloved... 
What I've Learned 
Little Sister Francesca 
I can prove to young people... 
Jim Rouse 
The healthy human being... 
The Enneagram 
Consecrated Strangers 
16 Assumptions of the Dominational System 
Paul Robeson 
The Paradigm Shift 
Music that justifies the existence of mankind 
Music is... 
Four composers 
Serendipity 
The Climb at Kilimanjaro 
Have you noticed... 
A Mother's Letter 
In Heaven 
blog 
Attitude 
Success in life ... 
Words 
Some men are too gentle to live among the wolves 
Dear Jonathan.... (by Jeffrey) ↓ 
God summoned a beast from the field... 
Itzhak Perlman 
Vincent 
Maul of America, by James Howard Kunstler 
Kurt Vonnegut's MIT Graduation Speech 
Why Brazil beat Turkey ! 
Charles Schultz's philosophy 
The Hitchhiker 
Luis Marden, Adventurer & Journalist 
Salome 
Pamela Harriman 
The Matrix 
Last of the Mohicans, Natty Bumpo 
Christopher Alexander 
John Adams 
John Nash 
Kevin Daley 
Meditation 
The Corridor 
Afterlife On Screen 
Chicago 
Fassel 
Walter Benjamin 
Weathermen 
Sam 
Martin Luther's Passion, Still Resonating Today 
Bonhoeffer 
Falling Water 
Santorini 
George Plimpton 
Deepak Chopra 
When Bipolar Masquerades as a Happy Face 
A Satisfying Life 
Bob Graham 
Jacques Derrida 
Col. David Hackworth 
Jim Wallis 
Intelligent Spaghetti 
Greg & John Rice 
Allen Ginsberg and Ralph Ginzburg 
The Joy of Nothingness 
Dodging Death in the Andes, and Greeting Life With Gusto 
At Home With: Daniel Tammet, Brainman, At Rest In His Oasis 
Our Lives, Controlled From Some Guy's Couch 
Thriving After Life's Bum Rap 
anger 
The Real Bill Ayers 
Carl House 
Heir to a Sad Literary Legacy Adds a New Chapter of Grief 
Obituary: Rabbi Jacob Rader Marcus 
Jacob R. Marcus, 99, Professor Who Was Oldest Reform Rabbi 
Discovering My Gifts 
Newport 
The Hard and the Soft of the Norwegians 

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HomePage    What's New    new resources not coded    Examina    Paradox    Mwalimu    Touching the Divine    humor    friendship    open doors    About Us    Frequently Asked Questions    Site Map    Contact Us    Tags Menu    Web Links    .    Wise old Jung...    balancing truths    Dearly Beloved...    What I've Learned    Little Sister Francesca    I can prove to young people...    Jim Rouse    The healthy human being...    The Enneagram    Consecrated Strangers    16 Assumptions of the Dominational System    Paul Robeson    The Paradigm Shift    Music that justifies the existence of mankind    Music is...    Four composers    Serendipity    The Climb at Kilimanjaro    Have you noticed...    A Mother's Letter    In Heaven    blog    Attitude    Success in life ...    Words    Some men are too gentle to live among the wolves    Dear Jonathan.... (by Jeffrey) ↓    God summoned a beast from the field...    Itzhak Perlman    Vincent    Maul of America, by James Howard Kunstler    Kurt Vonnegut's MIT Graduation Speech    Why Brazil beat Turkey !    Charles Schultz's philosophy    The Hitchhiker    Luis Marden, Adventurer & Journalist    Salome    Pamela Harriman    The Matrix    Last of the Mohicans, Natty Bumpo    Christopher Alexander    John Adams    John Nash    Kevin Daley    Meditation    The Corridor    Afterlife On Screen    Chicago    Fassel    Walter Benjamin    Weathermen    Sam    Martin Luther's Passion, Still Resonating Today    Bonhoeffer    Falling Water    Santorini    George Plimpton    Deepak Chopra    When Bipolar Masquerades as a Happy Face    A Satisfying Life    Bob Graham    Jacques Derrida    Col. David Hackworth    Jim Wallis    Intelligent Spaghetti    Greg & John Rice    Allen Ginsberg and Ralph Ginzburg    The Joy of Nothingness    Dodging Death in the Andes, and Greeting Life With Gusto    At Home With: Daniel Tammet, Brainman, At Rest In His Oasis    Our Lives, Controlled From Some Guy's Couch    Thriving After Life's Bum Rap    anger    The Real Bill Ayers    Carl House    Heir to a Sad Literary Legacy Adds a New Chapter of Grief    Obituary: Rabbi Jacob Rader Marcus    Jacob R. Marcus, 99, Professor Who Was Oldest Reform Rabbi    Discovering My Gifts    Newport    The Hard and the Soft of the Norwegians