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World Statistics Day: If numbers don’t lie then who is lying?
World statistics day – October 20th
The key to understanding true science
When we allow ourselves to be open to see the bigger picture much can be revealed about the nature of true science and the beauty in its universal order.
Every single one of us has the answer
Our April 2017 Audio of the Month explores just how much we know, which is far, far more than we admit, and the consequences of that.
This is an interesting take on depression which occurs when our expectations are not met. The way out of depression is self-care.
The fall of ‘quality’, the rise of a Quality
Quality as a sense is disappearing all around us. The diminishment of excellence or distinctiveness is just a starting point. Serge Benhayon never needs a capital ‘Q’ to announce quality and equality – he lives it.
Science facing its own terra nullius realisation
The declaration of Terra nullius was a stunning display of arrogance, effectively ignoring an entire country of people. Science is facing the fact that it has declared a form of terra nullius itself.
Shakespeare’s The Tempest, the Great Globe, and The Ageless Wisdom
The Tempest was Shakespeare’s last play, a play full of magic and meaning. Will the characters constellated on this isle keep re-choosing the abuse of power or will they reclaim their universality once more?