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Editorial Mirrors: Holding Them to Ourselves - Saturday, 06 September 2008 - 5:38 PM He said, "Your world is as you are." These words came as a
result of the question, “What is the meaning of life?” While many shy away from such questions and
even more so from providing an answer to such questions, my mentor was succinct
in his response. His words ring as true
today as the first time I encountered them.
Editorial Luxocracy: Rule by Light - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
The purpose of this brief treatise is to present a concept
of social organization that might serve as the architecture for the future
world society, namely,
Humanity is in the process of evolving toward
global society and identity based on global citizenship, yet none of the
existing or traditional forms of social organization are suited to encompass
fully this new reality.
Not only is
humanity evolving as a whole, but also individual humans are experiencing an
expansion of consciousness on a scale unprecedented in previous historical
A critical mass, the dimensions
of which are only beginning to be visible, is building in size and momentum.
What is needed at this juncture are new
languages to encompass emerging possibilities.
Books A Geography of Time: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM A Geography of Time, by
Robert Levine, discusses time as few may have
previously considered it in their daily pursuits. Through personal
experience, via a sabbatical, Levine offers keen insights into the
rhythms of life as experienced by peoples and places the world over.
Archive A Positive Society Begins With One's Growth - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
Being the best that
we can be, should be the goal of all people. Often times we complain about the
status quo, but rarely offer solutions to correct the problems that plague our
society, as well as our social interactions. As we move into the new millennia, the fundamental question that should be on
all of our minds, is what type of society do we want to live in?; one which will
serve most of the needs of all the people, or one which will serve all the needs
of some of the people.
Archive An Open Mind Carries One Through Change - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
The only thing constant is consistent change. This ancient axiom can
reveal a great deal of information in regard to life, if one were to only
examine it with an open mind. Having an open mind is essential to
understanding the very nature of life itself.