The passing of Nelson Mandela

A Personal Perspective: The Contrast between Nelson Mandela’s Embodiment of Social Health and the Commitment of Governing Institutions to Politics-As-Usual. When Nelson Mandela passed on, the world mourned the loss of a heroic figure who embodied a one-man struggle for social justice and a compassionate society for all. His life was an epitome of social […]

Tearing the veils of injustice

We live in the midst of historical changes of such pace and magnitude, that for the majority of people they are simply hard to grasp and relate to. Yet, however we name these changes for ourselves, I believe they are pointing us toward the emergence of spiritual justice in the context of a shrinking world, […]

Building a healthy social environment

What would we consider a healthy social environment? Even though wisdom traditions have had a lot to say about what may be an ideal society, that question was first asked in scientific terms by the World Health Organization in 1947, in recognition of the fact that individual physical and mental health alone are not enough […]

How to make sense of 4 families slain in 4 days

By Jesse Washington, Associated Press national writer It was a chilling series of horrors: four mass killings involving four different families, in four states over four bloody days, leaving 14 adults and seven children dead. Criminologists say this tragic cluster was nothing more than random chance, not a sign of growing violence in America. Yet […]

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