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In most religions there has been a strange mingling of the good and bad, of the merciful and cruel, of the loving and malicious.

Buddhism taught the universal brotherhood of man, insisted on the development of the mind, and this religion was propagated not by the sword, but by preaching, by persuasion, and by kindness – yet in many things it was contrary to the human will, contrary to the human passions, and contrary to good sense. 238 more words


Billionaire Carlos Slim calls for three-day working week to improve quality of life

Helen Davidson reports for the Guardian:

‘Mexican billionaire tycoon, Carlos Slim, has called for the introduction of a three-day working week, offset by longer hours and a later retirement, as a way to improve people’s quality of life and create a more productive labour force. 57 more words


Charlie Chaplin's Message for All of Humanity

I know we’ve heard it all before… let’s hear it again until it becomes our world!
(click picture to see the video)



R.A.T. #1: The Psychology of Facebook Friendships

This article is the first in my R.A.T. series: Rants Against Technology – where I try and make sense of how technology and the internet are affecting our humanity and social awareness. 1,004 more words


Some memories of affection stick out for me.

1. My father grabbing my hand and crossing a busy road near Serangoon Central. I was perhaps 13 or 14? 517 more words

On Affection

Blue-State Disgrace - Emily Bazelon JULY 21 2014 6:11 PM

There are 57,000 kids at the border who need temporary shelter. Shame on the Democratic governors who are turning them away.

Immigrants who have been caught crossing the border illegally are housed in McAllen, Texas, where they are processed, on July 15, 2014. 517 more words


The Biggest Stage of all Time

I’m not acting, this is the real me. How many times have we said these words? We believe authenticity to be one of the most important values in life, and probably it is. 1,265 more words