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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Maurice Turmel 
 Article Title :: Mythology and Parables in Modern Communication - Part 2
There is a big adjustment coming in terms of our Human and Spiritual evolution, where Mythology and Parables will again play a vital role in the process. As mentioned in part 1, when our usual systems of information discernment fail us – you – we – I – will turn back to something familiar and old.Myths are as old as the dawn of man. They predate human history because the latter is only a recent event. Recorded history began just a few thousand years ago and there are at least 100,000 Earth years with human civilization involved yet to be accounted for. All of them as rich, I believe, as those we can currently look into through our history books. Prior to that, it was t  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Maurice Turmel 
 Article Title :: Mythology and Parables in Modern Communication - Part 3
Our Self is the true center of our being and the place from which our individual truth emanates. It’s where we can come to know our passions, our place in the world, our purpose and our destiny. Without our Self we truly have nothing, except the reference structures around us which are now crumbling. Yes, crumbling! The evidence is there; we see it every day in the media. To clarify, crumbling here does not mean total disintegration, although some would argue that is indeed the case. To me it means a rather serious Reshuffling.The signs or symbols that define this rising Era are the Self at the center of the personality and the Soul as its Spiritual counterpart. Ego now belo  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Maurice Turmel 
 Article Title :: Mythology and Parables in Modern Communication - Part 4
At the end of Part 3 in this series I was using my own Inspirational experiences as examples of how Self and Soul can erupt into your life. After the book manuscripts stopped flowing, music stepped in to take its place. I had not played the guitar in 20 years and all of a sudden I was being inspired to write song lyrics. Seven years later there are over 125 songs in my songbook, half of which have been put to music. My testimony here is factual. I’ve lived what I’m writing about in this mini-course. And through my years of practice I saw Inspiration, with Self & Soul behind the scenes, burst through for many individuals.When those defensive blocks are removed from their po  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: True Story; Why Can't We all Just Get Along?
A little girl came up to her mom in the store and she asked, Mom do we celebrate Hanukah? The little girl had obviously seen a sign in the store that said Celebrate Hanukah next to some merchandise. The mom said no we do not celebrate hanakah, but pointed to a lady sitting in the bookstore in the middle of the café and said that lady over there does. The girl asked her mom, what does Hanukah do? The mom said; ask the lady with the gold circle necklace over there.So the little girl went over to the lady with the Mr. “T” size golden circle with the Star of David emblem in the middle. The girl said. My mom says you celebrate Hanukah, but we don’t, why don’t we celebrate  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Paula McCoach 
 Article Title :: Civil War Uniform Shirts - When to Use a One and Two Piece Body!
So, you want to make your own Civil War shirt. You have so many decisions to make - one or two-piece body, type of front, buttons, material, colors, collars! Wow.A common pattern is a one-piece body with gussets under the sleeves with or without a collar using the same pattern.You can vary the widths of the cuffs to copy original photographs. There is no standard pattern - even issued shirts were made off civilian patterns of the day. The variation of shirts is mind-boggling. You will see everything.The most common shirt has a placket front with about 3 buttons. But you will see shirts that button all the way down. There is everything from A to Z.If you s  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Dr Shanker Adawal 
 Article Title :: Disability: Human Rights and Social Responsibility : By Dr Shanker Adawal
India is not far behind as the statistics shows it has over 90 million disabled persons, barely one percent of whom are employed. The disability rights debate is not so much about the enjoyment of specific rights as it is about ensuring the equal effective enjoyment of all human rights, without discrimination, by people with disabilities. The non-discrimination principle helps make human rights in general relevant in the specific context of disability. Non-discrimination, and the equal effective enjoyment of all human rights by people with disabilities, is long-overdue reform in the way disability and the disabled are viewed throughout the world. The process of ensuring that pe  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Cynthia VanLandingham 
 Article Title :: Piano Composers of the Classical Period - Heroes of Simplicity and Democracy
About the time of the American Revolution, European society was also changing. In the arts, the simple lines and elegance of the ancient Greeks and Romans were being used by artists, architects and composers. Like the architecture of this time, music of the Classical period presented clean lines and was uncluttered and balanced in form.This was in contrast to the Baroque period that preceded it with exaggeration and complex detail that glorified those who paid for it – kings, queens and wealthy business people. During this period of Enlightenment the political rallying cry was Jean Jacques Rousseau’s “Back to nature.”Western History, Greek democracy, and the Roman  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Andy Carloff 
 Article Title :: A Romantic Tale About an Unromantic Hero
There was once a man who did not understand society. And when I speak of this man, who regards society as an unfathomable monster, understand that I am universally speaking of every individual thinker. But there was one particular man, one man among them, who did not understand society. And what separates him from the other individual thinkers was his unavowed lust for love, his desire for affection, and his outright honesty in it. He was, in many ways and like other thinkers, a hero. And though his understanding of social romance may be below par, it cannot be denied that his journey for love is as romantic as they become.Our hero is named Cassidy, and our journey takes us to  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Andy Carloff 
 Article Title :: Soldier to Life's Battles
54th Battalion. 4th Division. Unit 984. Belgium. 1944. Crumbling buildings. Strewn bodies. A growing fear. Boiling, uneasy groans. Seeing beyond the pale light of the war to the dim glimmer of death. Something is inside of these men, twitching, squirming. Just the pebbles of a once great civilization crunching beneath their feet. walking steady, keeping your head up, looking around cautiously, sometimes drawn into the tomb of thought and unweariness. A dead body lies against a building. Nobody notices. More marching. A soldier's head falls, himself still marching. A girl. A face. A lover. A friend knocks him out of dreams with a gentle hit. More marching. More climbi  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Andrew Zirkin 
 Article Title :: Picasso Van Gogh and Beyond. The Hues of Passion Art of Today and thru the Ages
Many of us know that Van Gogh cut off his ear. Thou it is lesser known that he was so poor at twards his final years he lived on coffee and sugar and milkThis is why his teeth always look bad in films about him. As far as his ear goes some think he cut it to impress the prostitute that he gave it to. He was also an epilipetic and an absenth drinker this may have caused the erratic movement to cut off his ear.Picasso the grandfather of all Modern art, his innovations have created the Cubist movement and art would never be the same. His life and love life were wild and colorful. Picasso had many Women over the years. Durring one stage Picasso was   (read full article)
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