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Digital Authoritarianism: AI Surveillance Signals the Death of Privacy

By John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “There are no private lives. This a most important aspect of modern life. One of the biggest transformations we have seen in our society is the diminution of the … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: Lo and Behold

Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World A bold and multidimensional documentary about the glories and the drawbacks of the Internet. By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Source: Spirituality & Practice Werner Herzog is an inimitable documentary filmmaker whose … Continue reading

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The Power of Presence, How “Living In The Now” Can Change Your Life

By Allie Stark Source: Collective Evolution Presence is the powerful practice of being in the moment. It is created through an acute awareness of one’s thoughts, feelings, and emotions, and in our modern day society, being present doesn’t always come … Continue reading

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THE ELEVENTH HOUR

By Kingsley L. Dennis Source: Waking Times In the Age of Materialism, it is said that people have their orientation outwards and towards the boundary that separates humanity from the lower orders – the animals and plants – rather than … Continue reading

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Nostalgic for the Future

By Edward Curtin Source: Behind the Curtain Despite its pedigree as a fundamental element in civilization’s greatest stories, nostalgia has come to be associated with treacly sentimentality, defeatism, and spurious spiritual inclinations.  Homer, Vergil, Dante, the Biblical writers, and their … Continue reading

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The end of childhood play

By Brian Kaller Source: resilience Recorded history is the history of adults–generals, statesmen, explorers and scientists–but all of those adults began their path as children. And running beneath this official history is the unofficial history of childhood games and rituals, … Continue reading

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Déjà Vu All Over Again

The Matrix, resurrected By John Semley Source: The Baffler MIDWAY THROUGH 1999’S THE MATRIX, Keanu Reeves’s hacker-cum-cyberpunk-messiah Neo sees a black cat shivering in a doorway. Then, he sees it again. “Woah,” he utters, in that trademark, flat Keanu Reeves way. … Continue reading

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THE THRESHOLD OF EXHAUSTION: OUR TIME FOR REGATHERING & RECALIBRATION

By Kingsley L. Dennis Source: Waking Times Decades of expansionist practices and beliefs have brought us to a new threshold. It is not yet the threshold between human and spirit, as some would have preferred, but a threshold of exhaustion. … Continue reading

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