Monthly Archives: November 2007

Gratitude


We receive Knowledge and understanding from Science,  Insight and vision from poetry, Joy and ecstasy from music, Love and warmth from relationships, Laughter and mirth from humor. Many also get Inner peace and spiritual fulfillment from religion. We become aware of … Continue reading

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On Hitchens’ God is Not Great: how religions poison everything (2007)


Preamble: If you find my reflections on this book to be somewhat perplexing, it will be because I don’t subscribe to the ancient view that categorizes everything in the world into Good and Evil. Regrettably, this book which is so … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day 2007


Each and every breathing day when the body finds nourishment, the mind still thinks, and there is at least one person who cares for us we have much to be thankful for. But today, as an American, I am thankful, not … Continue reading

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Science and Ethics


According to a New York Times article (November 12, 2007), DNA research will eventually come to the conclusion that all races are NOT created equal.  It is important to distinguish between biological inequality and social equality.Without any knowledge of DNA and … Continue reading

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