Archive for January, 2007

What Does It Mean to Be Conscious?

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

The awake person is not at odds with the world. He is a part of it, but not attached to the outcome. Like Jesus, he is “in the world but not of it.” He watches as it all goes by, but he is also a participant. He knows most people are caught in the world […]

Lower Your Stress By Decreasing The Mess

Monday, January 29th, 2007

For many, a new year ushers in opportunities for fresh starts. For those hampered by last year’s (or the last decade’s) household clutter, decreasing the mess also can reduce stress, according to organizational expert Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, a health psychologist at the University of New Hampshire. “There is a connection between mess and stress. Life is […]

84% of Employees Are Still Searching For Their Dream Job

Saturday, January 27th, 2007 announced the results of a national consumer employment survey conducted by Harris Interactive that reveals nearly four out of five U.S. workers (84 percent) are not currently in their dream job. More than 6,000 respondents were polled, weighing in with their thoughts and insights regarding top dream job choices for different professions and regions. […]

Why Do Most Scientists Reject The Idea of a Supreme Intelligence?

Thursday, January 25th, 2007

Much of the hostility of science toward God is a reaction against religious dogmatism and outright persecution of rational thinkers in centuries past, such as Galileo and Giordano Bruno. But there is also a sense in science that understanding of the ways the world and the Universe work has been one of steady progress, systematically […]