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Douglas Rushkoff – Team Human – book excerpt – Spirituality

Modernity is not particularly conducive to awe. We are painfully disconnected from the larger cycles of day, night, moon, and season, making it harder for us to witness or identify with the inspiring renewal all around us. Spirituality has become less of a state of being than yet another goal to attain in the future. […]

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Overcoming Opinions – the Ego or the Self

Have you ever run into challenging opinions that are coming from people you thought you respected, and you just couldn’t understand how they could feel that way? While intellectually we may understand that diversity of opinion is to be expected, and even respected, in a democratic society, we may also struggle with feeling attacked or diminished […]

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How Does Siddhartha Find the Middle Path

The story of Siddhartha teaches us that you do not have to be a monk to attain spiritual enlightenment. While the material world tempts us with worldly treasures, and often ensnare us with distractions pulling us away from our true selves, there is a way back to center. The natural world is all around us, and […]

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Olympic History from A to Zeus

Have you ever wondered about the origin of the Olympics? Did you know that it started as series of rites to please the ancient gods? Has the modern Olympics maintained any of the spiritual connections to the past games? This week on Interfaith Voices, David Goldblatt, sports writer and university lecturer at Bristol University, and […]

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