Daily Archives: August 5, 2011

Famine

Millions of famished Somalis have two bleak choices: they can beg for help from a weak, corrupt and divided transitional government, or remain in areas controlled by the Shabab, the ruthless, Al Qaeda-linked group that rules much of southern Somalia … Continue reading

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Feeling into the being

Another deep enquiry with Adyashanti on the subjects of humility, compassion, letting go of the self, more on open-heartedness and how to find clarity and wisdom beyond fear. The first part is called ” The other 50 percent”  and can … Continue reading

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Just comic

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Hopeless, but not serious

As the markets tumble, look back at a piece in the New Yorker from the 1929 crash: The collapse of the market, over and above the pain, couldn’t help but be amusing. It is amusing to see a fat land … Continue reading

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Dhaka’s Miracle Factory

Cholera, the silent killer, plagues Dhaka regularly, but the local hospital is pioneering a preventative approach which could bring hope to millions.

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