Seven Words That Can Change the World explains in simple language what life requires of us unequivocally in order to reverse our destructive and unsustainable momentum, end our needless suffering, prosper together, find peace, sustain humanity, and advance our civilization.
“Brilliant” and “Inspiring” DVD Seven Words That Can Change the World charts course to better living, world with 3 rules, 7 words. Author & Harvard Divinity Scholar Joe Simonetta Releases Popular Presentation on DVD. Los Angeles – (28 April 2009) — When Joe Simonetta talks about “Seven Words That Can Change the World” there’s a [...]
From cosmology, we know that every hour we travel in excess of an incredible 1,665,000 miles. How do we do that? It is as though we are on a spacecraft within a spacecraft within a spacecraft (at least). The first spacecraft on which we are passengers is our planet as it orbits the star we [...]
“No matter how exalted we think ourselves, all that we can know and become has a material basis obedient to the decipherable laws of physics and chemistry. And no matter how intellectually far above the remainder of life we lift ourselves, and however technically proficient we become, we will stay a biological species, biological in [...]
Through the years, I have thought often about why we humans do so many damaging and destructive things. Why don’t we take care of our health, be kind to others, and respect our environment? That all sounds simple enough.
We don’t do these things because we have competing sets of survival instincts. These account for opposing worldviews and the epic struggle that goes on daily for the evolution and survival of humanity. Curiously, both these instincts are the products of evolution. Now, the true meaning of Earth Day comes home: it’s time to move beyond these survival instincts which are destroying our Earth.
Pope Benedict XVI attacked the rise of aggressive secularism in Western societies, warning them that they risked drifting into a ‘desert of godlessness’. He used his Good Friday meditations to compare deliberate attempts to remove religion from public life to the mockery of Jesus Christ by the mob as he was led out to be [...]