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  • Twin Shining Lights

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    You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth … Let your bending in the archer's hand be for gladness; for even as He loves the arrow that flies, so He loves also the bow that is stable. -Khalil Gibran Humanity ...


  • Termcraft

    The emergence of terminology science from the Vincans and Sumerians to Aristotle by

    Termcraft is a world-heritage story. It chronicles the origins of naming, writing, and reasoning through the prisms of terminology science and linguistics. Revolving around Greek philosophy, early mythology, and primitive pottery and rock marking, ...


  • Born Into Unity

    Embracing Our Common Spirituality by

    Today, many of us live under the impact of cultural pressures urging us to adopt an independent, me-first (or us-first) orientation towards life. "Born into Unity: Embracing Our Common Spirituality" urges us to do the opposite. This collection of ...


  • Being 2.0

    On Culture, Belonging, and Identity by

    To which degree does said culture define oneself and one’s choices? Can one shed the layers of cultural conditioning past the thickness education creates? Being 2.0 aims to reflect on such questions and offer the reader a transpersonal experience ...


  • Meeting the Ignos

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    Let Immanuel, the fox, and his “Igno” friends take you on an ignoble adventure. With a detailed parent/teacher guide and philosophical dictionary, adults can use this book to reason together with youngsters about how best to discover ways to ...


  • Rekindling the Power of Imagination

    School of Sunconsciousness by

    Everyone sees the world differently, but at the core of each of us is the person we call “I.” Think what might be possible if we were to reclaim the power and mastery of this core identity! Rekindling the Power of Imagination: School of ...


  • The Age of Nihilism

    An Inquiry into the Death of Western Democracy or, The Consequences of Philosophy by

    The Age of Nihilism explores the ruinous philosophies currently underwriting the devastating slow-motion implosion of Western civilization. Most Western democracies structure their social and political orders around a vague, poorly defined body of ...


  • The Path of Love

    The Future Of Buddhism as a Science by

    The Buddha was a scientist. Instead of using a microscope or a particle accelerator, the Buddha used ESP. He had several psychic powers that allowed him to perceive in detail the psychology of karma, the evolution of consciousness, and subatomic ...


  • Two Trees

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    Science, Philosophy, Religion and even Governments have long sought ‘The Grand Unified Theory of Everything.’ Even if they find it, I suspect they won’t be able to eliminate the fundamental contradictions of our existence. Every formula, doctrine ...


  • Hot Tub Spaceship

    Irradiated Thoughts on God, Life, and $#*! like that by

    This is the story of a guy trying to find his way through some tough years, one page at a time. These are the irradiated thoughts of a doubter trying to find some humour and meaning in the midst of a health crisis, a spiritual crisis, and an ...