Wait - what ?: HAPPY NEW YEAR →
Great statement…Thank you dear friend…..all is well….and the new year will be awesome….change is always good..and change we will have. parkstepp Greetings from Atlanta Georgia. Blessings for a healthy intriguing prosperous new year! Thanks to all my fellow tumblrs out there for their generous sharing of beauty, wisdom, hope, laughter, inspiration, image, insomnia and...
He highlighted the need for both scientists and mystics to bridge the spilt that...– Stephanie Sorrell on Charles Tart, ‘Psychosynthesis - A psychospiritual psychology for today. (via venuschild)
Lord, give us the wisdom to utter words that are gentle and tender, for tomorrow...– Morris K Udall (via missfolly)
Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy,...– Albert Einstein (via elige) (via shesperfectalone)
I hope you will have a wonderful year, that you’ll dream dangerously and...– Neil Gaiman (via internal-acceptance-movement)
We’re in a giant car heading towards a brick wall and everyone’s arguing over...– David Suzuki (via cultureofresistance)
May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope...– Neil Gaiman (via rawsugar)
On the Universal Significance of December 21st,... →
Dark as the hour may appear, we exist in a dimension of greater opportunity, freedom and possibility than has ever been. ~ Terrence McKenna Based on the macro-trends in motion it does indeed look like the “end of the world” as we know it is upon us. The crystallization of the 99%/Occupy movement represents the leading edge of the emergent culture movement, aka the birth of a planetary culture....
“In this world, time has three dimensions, like space. Just as an object may...– Alan Lightman, American physicist, writer, and social entrepreneur. He is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Einstein’s Dreams, London, Vintage, 2004. (via amiquote)
When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you until it seems...– Harriet Beecher Stowe (via flowandimagine)
Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there’s a tomorrow. Maybe for you...– Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver (via spycnsweet)
Whatever it is you’re seeking won’t come in the form you’re expecting.– ― Haruki Murakami (via lineandlight (via thesensualstarfish)
How can a heart be illumined when the forms of created things are imprinted in...– Ibn Ata’illah al-Sakandari (via theconsciousmuslim)
The moon likes secrets. And secret things. She lets mysteries bleed into her...– Charles de Lint (via ontheedgeofdarkness)
I love children. They are content with the least of things and gold and mud are...– Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
Why does our machine culture outcompete and overwhelm real live cultures?...– Derrick Jensen and George Draffan, (via cultureofresistance)
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in...– Marcel Proust (1871–1922, France)
Truthdigger of the Week: Rep. Dennis Kucinich →
As the year draws to a close, the U.S. government risks repeating the costly mistakes of the recent past by ratcheting up tensions with Iran, emphasizing risky sanctions over diplomatic negotiations and making fact-challenged claims about Iran’s nuclear program. Good thing Rep. Dennis Kucinich is on Capitol Hill to call Congress on its deadly war addiction. For his willingness to make a stand...
God and the Brain →
n this week’s episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Andrew Newberg, director of research at the Myrna Brind Center for Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Medical College, and adjunct assistant professor in the department of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Tami asks Dr. Newberg about some of the new findings in the emerging...
The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it– Ansel Adams (via jackdanielmason)
Our Economy Has Failed -- Until We Admit That,... →
In the immediate, this perversity results from a spectacular failure of political leadership. We traveled a long, winding road to the point at which no-brainers like a modest payroll tax cut and an extension of unemployment benefits demand political brinksmanship. People of varying ideologies and partisan affiliations may debate endlessly who’s more at fault, but to do so is to truly miss the...