The age-old question for our species, perhaps the defining query of humans is: what happens at and after death? Or, in other words, do we
Do we look away when we see a blind or handicapped or deformed person in public? Do we wish to avoid contact or communication with
Or, can we arbitrarily de-humanize whole classes of human beings for reasons of political expediency or in the name of “rights”? It appears that in
The important thing to remember is that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. We first read of this concept in one of Stephen
An interesting temporary exhibit at the Exploratorium in San Francisco raised some “big questions”.
What may suffering in our lives teach us?