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By Rabbi Allen S. Maller It is only human for most people to think more highly of themselves and the groups (academic, professional, social, religious, political and national) that they identify with, than they think of others. It is only natural to notice more of your own and your own groups virtues than the virtues… Read More Religious Americans view others
By Brother Christopher What I am about to share with you is not endorsed by my church. Nor is it endorsed by my order. It might even be considered heresy by many. And up until a couple hundred years ago I may have been put to death for even mentioning what I am about to… Read More Jesus and Buddha; brothers from another mother
This interview was first published in 2006 as “Letter to God: E. Raymond Rock and Dr. Michael Clark on Interfaith Unity.” E. Raymond Rock now goes by the moniker anagarika eddie, and I like to just be called Michael Clark or MC Anagarika eddie: Is there any possibility of humanity going beyond its opinions and… Read More Letter to God: Anagarika eddie and Michael Clark on Interfaith Unity
By Brother Christopher There are what is known as the three poisons in Buddhism, ignorance, attachment (greed), and hatred. This concept of the three poisons is important whether you consider yourself Buddhist or not, and by understanding this concept of the Three Poisons both your pastoral practice and the client will benefit to wholeness. Greed,… Read More The Three Poisons of Buddhist Psychology or Christian Teachings Left Ignored
By Christopher Lloyd Clarke Like many researchers, I believe that meditation has been a part of human life since the very beginning of human existence. Since man first became self aware, that is to say, when he first became conscious of himself as a being that can think, that can act out of conscience, that… Read More Where did meditation originate?