Thursday, November 22, 2012

Adages for Life

The Egyptians had a way of making things last a very long time. Some might believe the great pyramids will last long after our children's children are gone or even longer.

The mummification methods used way back in the time of King Tutankhamun, who was born in 1241 BC, have made DNA samples of people who lived on this earth a very long time ago possible. The unique type of work done on human remains can bring us back to a time way before the United States was born. To me,

Monday, November 12, 2012

A Unified Field Theory For Philosophy

Einstein had his Theory of Relativity, and physicists have been trying to develop a better Unified Field Theory ever since then. The greatest philosophy books, it could be said, and the most well- known religious texts around the world, have attempted to do the same thing, though in regards to the spiritual nature of man and the over-all meaning (or lack of a deeper meaning) to morality and life. Lawyer and author Earle Josiah's latest book, The Power and Freedom of the Human Spirit: Introducing Another Theory of Everything

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Seeking The Truth: The Handbook of The Navigator

Some people never truly feel that they're a part of this world. It's as if their true essence exists elsewhere, and this physical body is a mere reflection of that essence - the true self. These people have actually taken a small fragment of the true self into this reality, and it's purpose is to help us awaken to the truth. This fragment is what directs our search for the whole.

I have come to understand this fragment as a navigator. It's not something you can touch, taste, smell, or

Infinity and Definitely

Since the dawn of time history has been our story. A story with both fiction & non-fiction current events, and has written about the historical culture I admire so much...the Egyptians known for their unique ways for interacting with the world. There have been many other cultures before the Egyptians to do the same and I am thankful for their contributions as well but the Egyptians stand out to me the most. They realized the significance for keeping records for all life changing experiences. Those life experiences are the reason why

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Tyrannosaurus Rexina and the Ethics of Creative Physics

Apparently, the fossil record is telling us that the female Tyrannosaurus Rex was much larger than the male and during mating season he had to tread very carefully. It seems the female needed to consume larger amounts of calcium to produce strong eggs, which also contributed to the extra size of her formidable weaponry. The basic design program of this killer dinosaur paid little attention to the evolution of its tiny arms, but the wishbone structure in the chest suggests that a great evolutionary plan of some sort was slowly moving toward the creation of futuristic bird life.

The evolution of humanity had a seemingly merciless blueprint guiding it toward worship of a loving merciful

Saturday, November 3, 2012

All Life Is One

Many ideas on life have risen and fallen throughout human history. But as entire human civilizations have came and went over the last five thousand years, one universal idea has stood the test of time: "All life is one." A new book studies the profound meaning of "All life is one" that is found universally within human artistic expressions past and present. You will find this idea within both Eastern and Western philosophy,

Friday, November 2, 2012

The Path to Personal Growth

Something that most of us come to understand is the path to personal growth. However our journey to that realization may be varied. Experiences in our day to day lives teach us the importance of paying attention to what we are learning from challenging and something painful situations. As we grow our experiences teach us to follow a path that may make sense at the time. As a young man, before I was introduced to a path of personal development, I probably looked at the world differently. At that time, I adopted the knowledge I learned from my friends, my family and even from experiences in school. My viewpoint then was the rich get