The Millenials Dilemma & Opportunity Twenty-something “Millennial’s” are finding it hard to get a firm footing in adulthood. Whether it is stepping into a career or committing to a relationship, these youn...
“Words” said the late Irish poet John O’Donohue “are the bridge between the visible and the invisible.” As we speak, we reveal the hidden roads of our own experiences. Somehow these are evident to the listener who senses a depth and responds to the trust of a speaker willing to show themselves.
The nation has seen a surge in support for gay marriage rights in the run up to the Supreme Court cases involving the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8. Kaetan Mazzan weighs in on the issue in our latest opinion piece.
La Gomera, one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic off the West coast of Africa, is a very unique and lovely island, if you enjoy bird watching, walking the rugged terrain, seabathing, sunbathing and absolute...
What if our mystics, enlightened ones, and great religious traditions incorporated the “good news” of progress into their perennial teachings of timeless wisdom? Maybe then they could inspire us not to fear the future, but to be even more deeply, spiritually motivated to create a better future.
Ideas of an apocalypse have a long history, dating back to the Old Testament. We have seen a repeated pattern since, the latest apocalyptic prediction being for December 2012. Is it true?
Our world is facing a crisis of unprecedented proportions. Sustainability in Crisis was a conference organized jointly by The Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics and the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion to learn what sort of economy is needed for sustainable consumption and production.