As long as we are bound by desire, we will be bound to fear
Oct06

As long as we are bound by desire, we will be bound to fear

Suppose an alcoholic is in a de-addiction center. Driven by desire for alcohol, they are sneakily seeking it somewhere.…

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Free will is the distance between impulse and response
Sep16

Free will is the distance between impulse and response

On seeing addicted people relapsing despite their best intentions, we may wonder, “Do they still have free will? Can …

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What we fear reflects what we hold dear
Jul15

What we fear reflects what we hold dear

When we feel fearful, our fear points to something we hold immensely dear, something whose possible loss terrifies us. …

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Circumstantial anxiety can be addressed materially, but existential anxiety needs to be addressed only spiritually
Dec18

Circumstantial anxiety can be addressed materially, but existential anxiety needs to be addressed only spiritually

Anxiety is a defining characteristic of our present existence. Specific anxieties have specific causes that can and should…

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Anxiety is not incidental to materialism – it is intrinsic
Oct25

Anxiety is not incidental to materialism – it is intrinsic

Anxiety epidemic. That’s how psychologists describe the spiraling anxiety levels among people today. Anxieties are…

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Those who don’t think philosophy don’t live without philosophy – they live with an unthought philosophy
Jul11

Those who don’t think philosophy don’t live without philosophy – they live with an unthought philosophy

Some people say, “I am interested only in the here-and-now, in the visible and the tangible. I am not interested in philosophy.”…

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