Why Move?

When considering religion many people seem to forget there is more to the picture than the literal and absolute.  Over the centuries, human understanding of the world has evolved a thousand times over.  Truth has evolved a thousand times over.  Even within the age of empiricism and science, truth has been proven dynamic, sometimes even…

The Race That Never Ends

One of the biggest issues facing humanity is it’s growing obsession with the material; it’s insensible desire to consume.  Most people are vaguely aware of the phenomenon but what is it really?  What is this need to have and have and have. What is it that has created such a ridiculous income disparity and keeps…

The Self-Symbol

As children, cognitive development centers around constructing tools that allow us to effectively navigate our physical world.  The world Buddhists would call Samsara, the world of things and concepts, the relative world. Concepts like a like a tree or chair, or more importantly the sense of self, the ego, the concept of self.  I like…

A Unity of Traditions

“We have, for the first time in history, easy access to all of the world’s great religions. Examine the many great traditions and you are struck by two items: there are an enormous number of differences between them, and a handful of striking similarities.  When you find a few essential items that all, or virtually…