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2002 Winter

Navigating in Time

For centuries the biggest obstacle to navigating the globe was the lack of an accurate clock. Nowadays, our lives are ruled by clocks and the biggest obstacle to health and happiness may be our mechanistic understanding of time. Here, a research psychologist and lifelong seeker blends science and ancient wisdom to create a new chart of time a “Presence Profile.” Use it to re-experience the winds and currents of time. Set a course toward more rewarding working styles, deeper relationships, and greater appreciation of the ordinary, the spontaneous, and the divine.

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2002 Winter

Rest in Peace

Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat were our media and web editors in this publication's early days. They wrote this prayer, inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh's classic poem "Please Call Me by My True Names," on September 11, 2001. It was first published on SpiritualityHealth.com, and in the weeks following the tragedy it was widely circulated on the Internet.

2001 Fall

Compassionate Divorce

My lifelong effort to understand and practice the art of loving has led me to write two books on the subject. Since it might he assumed that I consider myself an authority on agape, Eros, and philia, it is with considerable embarrassment that I report that my two marriages one of 17 years and the other of 25 years ended in divorce.

I offer these reflections on the possibility of creating a loving divorce not as an expert but as a candidate and a continuing student of the difficulties of loving. You will notice that there are no personal details in the article that follows. You are invited to read between the lines. I hope that, in time, I will learn from the theoretical wisdom and insight of the author of The Passionate Life and To Love and Be Loved and become a better practitioner of the art of abiding love.

2001 Fall

Sir John Templeton: Mixing Science, Religion, and Humility

To encourage progress in religious thought in 1971 Sir John Templeton set up the annual Templeton Prize, $1 million for whoever makes the most substantial innovation in religion each year. But his larger goal is making people get over the concept that they’ve got the total proof. To get them to feel, “Gee, I want to learn more.”

“If we become increasingly humble about how little we know, we may be more eager to search.” -- Sir John Templeton

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