Alive & teetering
Thus began 3 days of heaven and hell.
Riding the edge as my body breaks down more and more.
Intimacy grows with god running divine energy through my many caregivers. I change energy patterns every few hours.
sending love, Stephanie
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 740291, 14 pages
Attachment Theory and Spirituality: Two Threads Converging in Palliative Care?
Cécile Loetz,1 Jakob Müller,2 Eckhard Frick,3 Yvonne Petersen,4 Niels Christian Hvidt,1,5,6 and Christine Mauer1
What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class
Joan C. Williams
NOVEMBER 10, 2016
A Trump Presidency Need Not Be the End Times
November 9, 2016 by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi
Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi
It was with feelings of shock and dismay that early this morning I woke up to learn that Donald Trump had been elected president of the United States. Although, as a monk, I do not endorse political candidates or align myself with political parties, I feel that as a human being inhabiting this fragile planet, I have an obligation to stand up for policies that promote economic and social justice, respect for the innate dignity of all human beings, and preservation of the earth’s delicate biosphere. By the same token, I must oppose policies detrimental to these ideals. I see politics, not merely as a naked contest for power and domination, but as a stage where great ethical contests are being waged, contests that determine the destiny—for good or for ill—of everyone in this country and on this planet.