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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: G Kumar 
 
 Article Title :: The New Age Movement, A Paradigm Shift
 
New Age - A Paradigm Shift to Divine Consciousness & a Universal PhilosophyThe New Age Movement (NAM) is a revival of spiritual and divine values and can be called as a Divine Regeneration Movement. New Age Philosophy has conquered the West intellectually and Western culture is currently experiencing a phenomenal shift - sociological, spiritual & ideological. It's a secular, multi-cultural, multi-religious synthesis, of the Oriental mystical philosophies, mainly Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism & Western Occultism, emphasising Holism, the doctrine that Reality is organically One ( now taught in American Universities after Einstein's Theory of Relativity ).Behind the evolution of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Adrian Fourie 
 
 Article Title :: Astrologers Just Plain Stupid?
 
We live at an interesting time of scientific knowledge. Scientists say that you cannot gain an advantage over the Casino, since the odds are stacked against you. Scientists also say that Astrology does not seem feasible, since it does not fit in with known scientific laws. However, it is estimated that approximately 100 million people in the world either follow Astrology or see that there is some truth in it.Are all these people gullible or stupid? Do people just follow something in their millions, century after century, if there is nothing there? Are humans really this fickle, or is it because each of them has had personal experiences or discoveries that have made them see that so  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: Daily Schedule of an Expatriate
 
I was wondering if you might be interested in what I do with my time as an expatriate and if I have any sort of real life. I guarantee you that I do. Here is an example of my life:Monday—•Get up at 7:45 and feed birds.•Sit on couch in coma while wife fixes breakfast.•Eat breakfast.•Go back to bed.•Get up at 2:00 and eat lunch.•Write a 650-word column.•Eat more food.•Watch Simpson's.Tuesday—•Get up at 7:46 and feed birds.•Sit on couch in coma while wife fixes breakfast.•Eat breakfast.•Go back to bed.•Get up at 2:15 and eat lunch.•Walk downtown to s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: So You Want To Expatriate?
 
Expatriate wannebees often ask us how we managed our expatriation to Guanajuato, Mexico. They want to know how we overcame the seemingly overwhelming logistics of deciding where to live, if it’s affordable, if there is reasonable medical care, how to find housing, can Americans find work, what about visas, and will the culture shock be too great to handle?All of these questions are legitimate and answers are obtainable if you are willing to do the homework. If I had to narrow it down to two things that are the most important in your quest to expatriate to Mexico, I would say this: research and make an exploratory visit to the city of your choice.First, take all the time yo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: Doctors, Doctors, Doctors
 
I am sick. I don't know what's wrong nor if what I have has an official name. Maybe they call it, "Ah-ha-now-you-can't-breathe-well-and-feel-like-you-are-going-to-die virus. I don't know. I will probably go to the doctor tomorrow if I am not feeling better.Going to the doctor in Mexico is simply a delight. There are several reasons for my enchantment with going to Mexican doctors. One is that I can afford it. The best part, in fact, about going to the Mexican doctor is at the end of the visit when you have to pay less than $15.00 for an office call.This is what you will hear your American doctor telling you,"That will be all for today. Now be sure to pay your $150.00   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: Something's Got to be Done!
 
Mexico needs to do something about the behavior of Gringos who come to their country who are hell-bent on acting out the Ugly American Syndrome stereotype no matter what.I concluded this after an early morning shopping trip with the wife to the local Supermarket. There I saw this 70-year-old hippie, with his gun moll, cussing up one aisle and down the other looking for liquor. Doesn't that just figure? He ended his search with a screeching revelation,"They don't even have beer here for Christ's sake!"Why do Americans always want to attribute something mundane and worldly to Christ and for His sake? I mean, really, is it for Christ's sake that this early morning lush w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: Issues of Life
 
This morning when I got out of bed, I had some severe issues that have been worrying me.Friends and family wonder just what I do all day as an American Expatriate. I worry and I am good at it. So I thought I would share with you the life-shattering issues that worry me as an American Expatriate and that have been worrying me to no end.Worry One: The Rainy Season. The rainy season is almost on us. We have about 6 weeks before all raining hell cuts loose on Guanajuato. So I have to plan just what am I going to do for fun and diversion while it's raining outside and I cannot get out.I will have to lay in a supply of extra hand towels to pack into the windows. You may not  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: The Unexplained
 
The inexplicable bothers me. It always has. You know, the "Unsolved Mysteries" that plague mankind. I know I must have some brain damage from all the headache-inducing mysteries I have tried to figure out in my lifetime.Mexico isn't any different from America in that regard. There are all sorts of mysteries here that vex me to no end. I want answers and none are forthcoming. I need closure and everything remains open. Some of these Mexican mysteries are mindboggling and that is the topic for today's column.1. Why is it that when you are hunting for the scorpion you saw ten minutes ago, now that you are armed with something to kill it, it is nowhere in sight? But, when you ha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Mexican Living: Myth Busting
 
Myth One: Mexicans are lazy, good-for-nothings.I mention this one first because it is one of the vilest myths and an excellent example of Americans' xenophobic stereotyping. The idea that Mexicans spend their lives under a big tree trying to sleep off a 10-day drunk is a massively common, American-perpetuated misconception. Modern Mexico is a wonderful mix of professionals and agrarian people who are some of the most industrious people I have ever seen. Where America, and especially Hollywood, gets off portraying hardworking Mexicans as lazy bums is beyond me.Myth Two: Authorities look the other way regarding drugs.Ha! Ha! Ha! Watch me roll on the floor laughing! Just  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Maurice Turmel 
 
 Article Title :: Mythology and Parables in Modern Communication - Part 1
 
Today there is a growing need to examine all our systems of thought and communication. We are witness to an information explosion. Never before has there been such a plethora of relevant and not so relevant information available on every subject imaginable. Most of us cannot even begin to fathom the depths of this apparent inexhaustible supply.So how do we process what is coming at us now, let alone, what will be there in the future? There has to be a way to sort through this landslide of facts and fiction, to go over each piece and determine for ourselves its inherent validity and relevance to our lives.In each epoch in our history there were major transition points tha  (read full article)
 
 
 
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