You could maybe think of it like a genie, whose existence depends on whether someone is willing to rub the bottle
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I read a piece this morning that confused the hell out of me because it seemed more like they were talking about a lot of other people than Merle Haggard, possibly some French New Wave director, about bringing the sense of wildness to music…
Les Choeurs de l’Armée Russe (The Choirs of the Russian Army) Dances and Songs from St. Petersburgh is a magnificent production with a great orchestra, singers and 60 dancers from the
Source: Pravda.Ru photo archive Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin – all these musicians died at the age of 27 years. Hendrix and Joplin died with a difference of just two weeks. In 1959, three stars of American rock’n’roll – Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper and Buddy Holly – were killed in a plane crash. […]
Imagine there’s a person who assumes that his knowledge of purvapaksha of one specific school of Vedanta is enough to critique all of Vedanta.
My joyful demonstration that this infinite Unified Field of love ~ and not the speed of light ~ is the absolute constant of the universe also leads me to a simple and joyous observation that psychology, science and religion ultimately all rest on a common foundation of love and soul consciousness.
Le Prix de Brigadier a special award in the theatrical industry , given annually in Paris, was presented on March 11, 2016
As a still active and joyful Octogenarian at 82 as well as a disabled veteran it is important for me and those that follow to leave a paper trail that leads to the Unified Field as well as all my experiences of surrendering to this joyful state of consciousness that lies not only beyond time and space but also beneath our deepest fears.
Mandiba, a musical comedy playing in France is a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
What fewer people know is that Edgar’s spirit of exploration extended well beyond space travel to his lifelong dedication to increasing our scientific understanding of the nature of consciousness.
My work is, in essence, the reinterpretation of Teilhard de Chardin in light of the current coming together of mankind ~ as it slowly surrenders to its innate urge to unite and makes a painful shift from ego consciousness to soul consciousness
Osiris, Submerged Mysteries of Egypt at Instiut du Monde Arabe in Paris is an interesting and enjoyable exhibit.
“Hollywood, I notice, seems to be particularly enamored of Satan at present. “
Paris Photo 2015 was an interesting exhbition featuring over 140 galleries from 33 countries.
Reviewer: Robert L. Hanafin, Major, USAF-Retired, GS-12, Department of the Navy-Retired Yes I’m still alive John Allen and Gordon Duff, maybe not to stay but to occasionally poke my head in Veterans Today’s Door as a Veterans Rights and Peace Advocate, if I may. I came across a promotion for this Amazon Best Seller in […]
I had in this short film the opportunity to capture glimpses, albeit experimental, of two of my most obsessive passions, cinema and ancient Egypt.
Fragonard amoreux galant et libertin is a very interesting exhibition at Musée du Luxembourg in Paris.
Let me share our initial meeting 44 years ago in 1972 which has set the stage for where I am now but is a wonderful personal example of how our lives are divinely interconnected and guided from within if we will but listen, say YES to ourselves and not be controlled by fear.
“Marrying a non-Jew is not what the education system is educating about,” said Dalia Fenig, an official with the Israeli Education Ministry…
It’s a shame that this man of all men should have a best seller when he is the cause together with his friends of the chaos we find ourselves in; but then they control the media as well as our Congress.
The author, Jeff Halper, is an American-Israeli Jew who trained as an anthropologist, joined the anti-Vietnam war movement and eventually moved to Israel.
In many ways, Curry is the reincarnation of Bob Cousy and has electrified the Bay Area as much as Cousy electrified New England in the 1950’s.
Theatre de la Huchete has been showing 2 plays by Ionesco for over 56 years.
RAG RADIO: Michael Hoinski & Ben Sargent on the Discovery & Publishing of O. Henry’s Lost Manuscript
Thorne Dreyer’s guests are writer Michael Hoinski and Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent on the discovery and fine press printing of O. Henry’s lost manuscript, As Others See Us, a dark tale about an alcoholic’s descent into madness. Hoinski and Sargent discuss O. Henry’s life, including his early years in Texas — as a […]
Christians, especially right wing Christians in the United States, really hold their god to a low standard for a god. The Romans were the same way — they just weren’t all that interested in pretending.
Simmons is no longer spitting fire and sticking his tongue out during concerts and live performances. He is now raising money for the Israeli Defense Forces in the Los Angeles area.
The Salon du Chocolat 2015 provided visitors with opportunities to taste and buy chocolate, attend fashion shows and demonstrations of chocolate used in cooking.
Stray Dog: PBS featuring new award winning indie film about a motorcycle-riding freedom-loving Vietnam veteran
See the new PBS award winning film about a motorcycle vietnam veteran called “Stray Dog”.
Being in the wrong place at the wrong time became the right place at the right time in the realm of love and the path of the heart for both Scott and Lauren in Fear Runner.
Seeing posters in the Paris Metro that the British Blues icon John Mayall was going to play at the famous Paris Music Hall L’Olympia immediately got me on the phone with my friend and VT collogue Jane Rosenstein so that we could obtain press passes to hear him.