In his Notes on a Crisis, Steven Erikson, best-selling author of Malazan Book of the Fallen series, writes about moving from Canada to the UK, his archeological adventures in Mongolia, and his dicey encounter with goat’s head soup.
Charisma is no longer magic, it’s measurable. So will the winner keep winning if the rest of us can now study her secrets to success? The playing field’s been leveled.
As far as I know, I am a human. Last time I had an MRI, nobody saw anything alien in my body — or at least nothing that worried them. My blood tests don’t raise eyebrows. It appears my human-ness is valid. But how do I really know?
Are media people — the journalists, filmmakers and others — the magi of our time? Bill Weaver explores how to re-ignite the power that each of us has to create change.
A journey is often repeated in our minds. As travelers, we continue to learn (and experience the journey) well after the trip is over as writer Sandra Phinney learned after her trip to Senegal in Africa.
Hooray for February! I’m sure that’s not a common sentiment, particularly for those who are still ensconced in snow and ice. However, as a Wiccan and a Shamanic practitioner I cannot help but be aware of how our human psyche is so very connected with what is experienced in nature. Nature is our teacher, our […]
A photo of Earth taken by Voyager 1 in 1990 as it sailed away from us, more than 4 billion miles away, inspired Dr. Carl Sagan to say the following about our home — The Pale Blue Dot.
The stick-world metaphor explains why there are so many arguments between faiths. This is really a shame and so unnecessary. If the men and women who have had deep spiritual experiences would come together and share their spiritual experiences, we would have a much deeper understanding of the spirit world…
We are very excited about that! Behind the scenes, your Life As A Human team have been busy little bees signing up authors that we know you will love. There has been a tremendous amount of interest about our little project and many of you have shown your support for which we are very grateful! […]
When he was just 14 years old, Malawian inventor William Kamkwamba built his family an electricity-generating windmill from spare parts, working from rough plans he found in a library book. – from TED.COM I cried happy tears as I watched this remarkable young man make a short presentation about the windmill he built to produce […]