Practicing your religion is healthy for both body and your soul | Rabbi Allen S. Maller | With Introduction by Michael Clark, PhD

Here’s a new article by Rabbi Allen S. Maller. Ironically, I read this excellent piece while sitting in Church (photo right). I had been suffering from a body/soul ailment of some mysterious type. Sometimes I’m not sure if my discomfort is based on physical, psychological, spiritual or some combination of those three factors. Yesterday was… Read More Practicing your religion is healthy for both body and your soul | Rabbi Allen S. Maller | With Introduction by Michael Clark, PhD

Quantum Slits Open New Doors – Scientific American | + Opinion

An update to the classic “double-slit” experiment paves the way toward a novel strategy for quantum computing Source: Quantum Slits Open New Doors – Scientific American Opinion: Back in undergraduate studies, I wrote a paper about Eastern Religions and the so-called ‘New Physics,’ as it was commonly termed in the early 80s. The paper included… Read More Quantum Slits Open New Doors – Scientific American | + Opinion

December 25, 2019: Christmas Day – 12 Noon Mass on Vimeo

I didn’t get a chance to get down to St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica this Christmas. But the entire Mass is on the web. Watching today definitely helped to pull me through the New Years’ Day blahs. I don’t drink alcohol anymore but festive events still take their toll. If by chance you are not the… Read More December 25, 2019: Christmas Day – 12 Noon Mass on Vimeo

All we need is love – and some Carl Jung | South China Morning Post | + Opinion

Many people have proposed various ways for our troubled city to move forward, but unless we have a change of heart and stop thinking of our enemies as completely evil while we are all good and noble, things will not improve Source: All we need is love – and some Carl Jung | South China… Read More All we need is love – and some Carl Jung | South China Morning Post | + Opinion