Can we help ourselves at this difficult time?
Expanding the idea of Covid-free Bubbles
If so, what is our responsibility?
In the 21st century, we all have much for which to atone.
Can we solve the problems in the world just by imagining?
We can change the world.
What can we learn from COVID-19 to help us create a better future?
The question is, who will create it.
Exploring our new life after COVID-19
A story about Egypt of the 21st century
Coronavirus may be something very different than you thought it was.
Is COVID-19 a Plague or an Opportunity?
Viruses have always existed. Why this one now?
Message of Coronavirus
Will the result be unity in our nation or further separation and polarization?
Nature Lives within Each of Us
How Do We Grade Ourselves?
Living in A Circular World
Are We Serious About Our Children’s Futures?
Is prayer a realistic solution as a response to disasters and suffering? Maybe.
We are now powerless in a crazy and dangerous world.
Can we save ourselves from the global disaster that is brewing?
An examination of the oldest axiom known to man.
Musings on the dawning of the Age of Aquarius
There is a lot to be against these days. But do protest and active dissent really solve our problems?
Do we have free will? Philosophers and pundits have written about this for millennia. Kabbalah offers a precise view, one that gives us a powerful means to manage our lives.
This ancient and elegant spiritual path is the method for revealing the Creator inside us.
The stars have arranged themselves to add balance to a chaotic world by ushering in the feminine force. How we exert ourselves in this Age of Aquarius is the critical issue.
Mother Nature teaches us all we need to know about living a good life. Hope Jahren writes about her love for the flora of the earth and I have added my insights.
The greyhound is an ancient breed, memorialized in Egyptian hieroglyphics, mentioned in the Bible, once owned only by royalty and a creature of elegance and whimsy. They are lovely pets and sweet creatures, but my advice to you is to never, ever fall in love with a greyhound…