My parents decided not to expect me to join a temple or church. They admitted they didn’t know anything definitive about God and The Universe. Some of the last things they said to me (before they died) suggested that they hadn’t found their truth about the ultimate. They asked me then what I had found …
An Uncommon Collaboration written and presented by David Edmond Moody at the Krishnamurti Center in Ojai, CA. (September 9-11, 2018).
Has anyone ever experienced a state of bliss?
What does that state require?
Ever wonder why so many people are rebelling against the truth?
Just because scientific and legal statistics lead to working strategies,
doesn’t mean we should ram these truths down people’s throats.
With our electronic age, a tipping point in information overload may have been reached, requiring new levels of management, personal and social. Today, almost unlimited information calls to us, generating an infinite potential for the creation of more information.
All those for or against political polls, might I remind you that the United States is not a pure democracy (one person, one vote)? If we wanted to be a pure democracy, we’d have to do away with our tricameral governance:
You’ve heard a lot in the news recently that the way we do things in government has to change.
I believe that in passing any law, a legislature, no matter how humanistic or idealistic, must also be empathetic.
In Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift introduced a theme to his book by calling his main character “Gulliver,” a corruption of the word “gullible.” Throughout his travels, Gulliver shows himself to be gullible, believing things he’s told to the exclusion of all logic. What is this gullibility that we speak of? What does the word mean? …
Many of us look out at the universe and think, Wow, it’s so vast, so big. Upon seeing the vastness of outer space, immediately we say, “It makes me feel so small.” Why do so many of us resonate with that sentiment?