Month: January 2015

The Horror and the Sublime: Ecce Homo

How can we humans atone for the crimes we have committed? In this article, I write about war and what I consider the counterpart to war, namely, unification.

Caring for the Heart–A “Back-to-the-Body” Perspective

It used to be that the topic of breathing was interesting mostly to followers of New-Age movements and Eastern-inspired thought systems. But in today’s Wall Street Journal, breathing was featured as a main article (Sumathi Reddy, “Breathing for Your Better Health,” 27 Jan 2015). According to the author, “slow, deep and consistent breathing has been

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Going Beyond The Social Revolution: A “Back-to-the-Body” Perspective

Today the world remembers the revolutionary turmoils of the 1950s and 1960s—especially the Civil Rights Movement in the United States of America. We remember especially the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a social activist who fought for racial integration in the United States. Dr. King was part of the social revolutions of the

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Let us Make 2015 the “Year of Walkball!”

In the “Back-to-the-Body” Perspective, we consider three areas of the human being: the “stomach,” the “brain,” and the “heart.” To live well means to be connected with each one of these three areas. Each requires a special way of connection, a special way of care. In this article, I will discuss how the game “Walkball”

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