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Science and ‘plausibility’
When we consider that something is ‘plausible’, what does that mean?
How do you have communication without reaction?
When conflict happens in our relationship are we able to express how we are feeling in moments of potential confrontation?
Why wait? Let’s discard out-of-date and abusive attitudes about gender now!
The battle of the sexes has become a world war. Domestic violence is currently headline news, publicly exposing the horrendous abuse kept hidden behind the closed doors of our very own homes. The media is now onto it, but are we fully addressing our part in it?
Must abuse only happen in war for it to be classified as a crime against humanity?
What if crimes against humanity were a daily occurrence in our own lives, not just something we can neatly classify as a distant conflict.
Alan Johnston reading re Serge Benhayon
Reading re a difficult court case
At war with ourselves
Terrorist attacks are affecting almost every nation in the world. The response in some nations has been to remove judicial powers and tighten borders. Is this approach working? The extraordinary increase in attacks suggests not and that we need to look deeper…
The difference between peace and harmony
When compared to war peace feels amazing but how we are living is a long way from harmony.
Harmlessness – our true quality lost in a world at war
The world is at war, no matter which way we look at it. We are retaliating and fighting to ‘protect’ our ‘own’ borders. And yet does the power to end warring and disharmony lie in our very own hands?
Our tendency to react
All reactions are triggered from the hurts we carry; we can understand these hurts and begin to not react.
Peace in the Middle East
When conflict seems to be deeply entrenched maybe we need to look at another way to view it
Table Mountain, corruption, cheating and sport
Nothing new about sports cheating. But a bigger picture to consider here if sport is to find a way to truly serve humanity – if that is possible.