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Violence is a Failure of Bonding/Attachment

Mon, 01/13/2014 -- michael

bonding and violence


We, or at least I, often rationalize violence. After all, it is normal to pound a fist or scream when frustrated and angry. Anger is normal. Einstein’s protégée, David Bohm, defined violence as any excessive use of force. Slamming a car door when one could gently close it. Violence is natural. Or is it?

Applying Gabor Mate’s insight into addictions: The question isn’t why the addiction. The real question is; why the pain? Read more about Violence is a Failure of Bonding/Attachment

RELIGION, VIOLENCE and the NETWORK OF SPIRITUAL PROGRESSIVES (NSP)

Mon, 12/16/2013 -- James Prescott

RELIGION, VIOLENCE and the NETWORK OF SPIRITUAL PROGRESSIVES. (NSP):
A dialogue with Rabbi Michael Lerner on the
REFUSAL to ACKNOWLEDGE THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN CULTURES OF VIOLENCE.
 
The following exchanges between Dr, Prescott and Rabbi Lerner illustrates why the NSP cannot achieve its goals by refusing to address the role that RELIGION has in shaping violent cultures and the violence against Women and Children; and to affirm the GENDER EQUALITY OF WOMEN with MEN that is denied by the Abrahamic religions.

INSTITUTE OF HUMANISTIC SCIENCE Read more about RELIGION, VIOLENCE and the NETWORK OF SPIRITUAL PROGRESSIVES (NSP)

Halleluiah!

Thu, 11/28/2013 -- michael


We are alive and we know it. What an amazing gift that is. Of all the matter in the universe an infinitesimal speck is alive and of that, a minuscule, ever so tiny layer has evolved the capacity to be aware of the miracle being aware is! Read more about Halleluiah!

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Another Failed Mother-Infant Bond

Mon, 10/28/2013 -- James Prescott

PHS Surgeon GENERAL KOOP:
“…violence, which is one of the most extensive and chronic epidemics in the Public Health of this country."

James W.Prescott, Ph.D.

C. Everett Koop, M.D., PHS Surgeon General and Deputy Assistant Secretary For Health. addressed the American Academy of Pediatrics, New York October 26, 1982 On Violence and Public Health, stated some 30 years ago: Read more about Another Failed Mother-Infant Bond

Almost a Woman

Sat, 08/17/2013 -- michael

Not having health insurance I sat in the waiting room of the local ‘tribal’ clinic waiting for my annual routine blood work to be drawn. Sitting across the room was a Native or Hispanic mother with her daughter, who is just becoming a woman. She watched the television and got up a few times to answer a question or help her mother with a form. I was struck by her natural beauty, her chiseled face, large doe-like brown eyes, her body mid-way transforming from a child to a woman. Read more about Almost a Woman

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