Category Archives: Ethic of reciprocity

Sabbath Satori

by Stefan Schindler “Do we want to preserve the traditions – the history, prayers, rituals, and faith – which make Judaism distinctive, or do we want to become just a bunch of ethicists?” An ethicist advocates virtue, and the rabbi’s … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Living a Spiritual Life ©

by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Awareness I resolve to be more aware and responsive to the spiritual dimensions of my being and my nature. I intend to accept and to embrace the self-evident truth that the very life force that is … Continue reading

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TRUE COLORS, Part 3

by Doe West  [Note from Kathie: this is post 3 in a four part series  by Dr. Doe West,  award-winning psychologist and pastor. THIS I CAN PROVE: Trees actually begin to show their true colors in autumn. Here’s why: The four … Continue reading

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The Golden Rule: Eleven World Religions (and New Commentary)

By Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D   “If you seek justice, choose for others what you would choose for yourself.” (Baha’i)  “One should seek for others the happiness one derives for one self.”  (Buddhism)  “Do unto others as you would have others … Continue reading

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