How does prejudice arise? How to live a life so that prejudice does not arise? Here DAAJI explores these questions and offers some practical antidotes to prejudice. In 2003 my son gave me a copy of the American classic,To Kill A Mockingbird by Nelle Harper Lee. I stopped reading after Tom Robinson was arrested, as the whole episode was so sad. Then ten years later I had the opportunity to watch the movie in which Gregory Peck acted so brilliantly. Coincidentally, 2003 was the same year Gregory Peck died, and one of the......
DEVI SEKAR, SHARON GRAFFAGNINO, MIKE McCLEARY and MARK DAUGHTRIDGE from North Carolina, USA, traveled to the Himalayas for a Family & Friends Retreat. Here they share their experience. For millennia the Himalayas have been...Read More
ROSALIND PEARMAIN has been a Heartfulness practitioner for over 40 years. Here she shares some tips from her own experience that can help deepen meditation and take us further on the journey of evolution....Read More
AN ART ESSAY JONAS JÖDICKE has been creating and imagining fantastic worlds ever since he can remember. What started as a hobby has now become his profession. Here he shares with us what art...Read More
Is there a survival value to prejudice? ELIZABETH DENLEY explores how this destructive human behavior may have arisen, why it is so hard for us to let go of our prejudices, and what we...Read More