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On the formidable capacities of the human spirit
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On the formidable capacities of the human spirit

On the formidable capacities of the human spirit – never to be underestimated: For all who have ever felt defeated by life circumstances, or doubtful of their own ability to overcome inner and outer suffering, here is an incredible yet very real account of what depths of joy we can find in our souls in […]

What the Internet is doing to our minds
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What the Internet is doing to our minds

Critical social analysts have long suggested that in the information societies in which we now live, mass media, advertising, technological savvy, and ideological postures have so shrunk our personal space in which our individual standing in the world is negotiated, that they have, in effect, subtly disempowered us. The critical faculty of a discerning mind, […]

Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges
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Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges

The following article “Clash or Meeting of East and West: An Analysis Post 9/11 Challenges” was published in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2006.

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Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder
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Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder

In August 2000, I presented a paper at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference on “Addressing Racism as a Psycho-Spiritual Disorder.”

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