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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
A successful neurosurgeon, who has taught at Harvard Medical School and other universities, spent his life dismissing claims of heavenly out-of-body experiences and refuting such talk with scientific logic, until he himself had a near-death experience.
My Prayer On The Camino de Santiago
His Holiness The Dalai Lama Launches Peace Initiative
The Story Behind The Dalai Lama's Chair
Pope Benedict XVI Hopes New Book Will Bring People To Christ
Profile Of The Religiously Unaffiliated
Mary Anne Mercer: Finding a New Meaning for Prayer
Over six months has passed since my mother's death, and I have begun to realize that I may never fully solve those mysteries from my place in this world. But my search has begun.
Raymond Torres: With Faith We Move Forward
The word "forward" embodies his vision for a better tomorrow, an aspiration to be commended. As we focus on this new vision for our future, it's helpful to understand what vehicle will be fueling this momentum for a better day for all.
Robert Fuller: Is Anyone Enlightened?
Many gurus are treated like deities and hold absolute power over their devotees. As "enlightened beings" they're accountable to no one, and their foibles, appetites and excesses are given a pass. Of course, there were some teachers who, as far as I could make out, lived exemplary lives.
Craig Considine: 'One Film 9/11' Can Make a Difference
We learned through "Innocence of Muslims" that one film can make a difference in the way Americans and Muslims perceive each other. Now is the time for another film to make a difference -- for the better.
Alan Jones: On Missing Christopher Hitchens
This is part of a larger task of how to turn us all toward each other in an open conversation about what it is to be human and how we should treat each other. Christopher Hitchens was integral to that conversation, and I miss him.

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