Autumn 2012 Blogs

  • Restitution and Responsibility – I by DCH Park When I was a Boy Scout, at one point I was an assistant Den leader for a group of younger Cub Scouts. I don’t recall many details ...
  • A New Way by DCH Park As I write this, what is perhaps the biggest story not in the news is the one about the Occupation of Wall Street. Interestingly, very little if ...
  • The Nature of Evil by DCH Park Evil has become a mainstay in modern society. It is common for leaders and pundits to characterize those who oppose them as evil, especially in times of ...
  • Easy Discipline by DCH Park What is discipline? Very simply, it can be characterized as exercise of will. In this regard, it seems to be clearly related to choice and personal power. ...
  • Trust Your Connection by DCH Park Last time, we considered two common ways that people use to validate the truth of something. One was social trends and behaviors and the other was intellectual ...
  • Trust Yourself by DCH Park How do you decide whether or not to accept something as true? Without delving into a protracted discussion of epistemology, it’s easy to see that there is ...
  • Friendly Banter by DCH Park Recently I caught Demolition Man on cable. This is getting to be an “old” movie. It was released in 1993. It had fun with a lot of ...
  • Defining Beliefs by DCH Park Some people speak of limiting beliefs with good reason. Beliefs that we carry with us can limit our sense of what we can do, who we can ...
  • To Heal the World, Heal Yourself by DCH Park The widely quoted proverb, “Physician, heal thyself” is commonly taken as advice or an admonition to tend to your own defects rather than criticize defects in others ...
  • Combing The Cotton by DCH Park I am sometimes asked if it’s truly necessary to become aware of the workings of our own minds and emotions in order to transcend them. Isn’t it ...

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