Tag Archive: science and love

Do You Know?

Do you know that: Rudeness, taunting, teasing, lying, cheating, etc. causes a measurable and visible, negative and destructive response in our system.  Works the same way for the person doing the violating or the one receiving it. Violating Love is malignant and fatal. Over a period of time, it will kill and destroy any individual, system,…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

You’re Not Alone…

He was breathing down my neck. My rear-view mirror was full of the dusty dark SUV behind me and I was getting nervous.  I needed to make a turn at the next intersection on the quiet stretch of highway, but I didn’t need to get rear-ended in the process. My turn signal on, foot off…

Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling!

Cath’s take: “Get real, Cathy.  We do enough for these people…”  This challenge came to me from a reader commenting on my suggestion that “loving one another” is our only hope. The news story about people stealing iron fences from New York neighborhoods spawned outrage and dozens of comments.  Plenty of readers thought these crimes…

Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks

Elaine’s take: Is it just my imagination or do you, also, detect the distinct aroma of something that stinks to high heaven? I’ve nosed around a little. No, I’ve nosed around a lot! Have you noticed that something is fouling our precious air? It stinks when, a 4 yr old is tormented and bullied on a school…

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

Another Lie About Love

“Scientists prove it really is a thin line between love and hate,” says Steve Conner, Science Editor at The Independent. TRUTH OR LIE? Referring to a study by Professor Semir Zeki of University College London,  Conner goes on to say, “Love and hate are intimately linked within the human brain, according to a study that…

Care Found Alive in Japanese Crisis!

Shaken by earthquake, swept up by tsunami, shrouded in radiation and succumbing to hunger; despite the odds, the news continues to verify that Care has been found alive in the ruble of devastated Japan. The positive evidence keeps flowing in.  Japanese people are reacting in ways that demonstrate Respect and Care at levels that seem…

Who Cares?!

In our past few posts we’ve identified and discussed Respect as the first Basic Requirement of Love.   Respect is a non-active mental formation or attitude toward self, toward another person or object. And now we add CARE.  Because it is a basic requirement we can’t proceed to Love without it.  If you/we don’t Care ….

Japan…Deep in Respect

In the middle of the epic tragedy in Japan, people are noticing something unique, and asking everywhere across the internet; “Why is there no looting taking place in Japan after the devastating earthquake and tsunami?” It’s not just the lack of looting that is newsworthy.  Photos and videos portray large numbers of Japanese survivors lined…

Tag Archive: science and love

Do You Know?

Do you know that: Rudeness, taunting, teasing, lying, cheating, etc. causes a measurable and visible, negative and destructive response in our system.  Works the same way for the person doing the violating or the one receiving it. Violating Love is malignant and fatal. Over a period of time, it will kill and destroy any individual, system,…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

You’re Not Alone…

He was breathing down my neck. My rear-view mirror was full of the dusty dark SUV behind me and I was getting nervous.  I needed to make a turn at the next intersection on the quiet stretch of highway, but I didn’t need to get rear-ended in the process. My turn signal on, foot off…

Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling!

Cath’s take: “Get real, Cathy.  We do enough for these people…”  This challenge came to me from a reader commenting on my suggestion that “loving one another” is our only hope. The news story about people stealing iron fences from New York neighborhoods spawned outrage and dozens of comments.  Plenty of readers thought these crimes…

Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks

Elaine’s take: Is it just my imagination or do you, also, detect the distinct aroma of something that stinks to high heaven? I’ve nosed around a little. No, I’ve nosed around a lot! Have you noticed that something is fouling our precious air? It stinks when, a 4 yr old is tormented and bullied on a school…

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

Another Lie About Love

“Scientists prove it really is a thin line between love and hate,” says Steve Conner, Science Editor at The Independent. TRUTH OR LIE? Referring to a study by Professor Semir Zeki of University College London,  Conner goes on to say, “Love and hate are intimately linked within the human brain, according to a study that…

Care Found Alive in Japanese Crisis!

Shaken by earthquake, swept up by tsunami, shrouded in radiation and succumbing to hunger; despite the odds, the news continues to verify that Care has been found alive in the ruble of devastated Japan. The positive evidence keeps flowing in.  Japanese people are reacting in ways that demonstrate Respect and Care at levels that seem…

Who Cares?!

In our past few posts we’ve identified and discussed Respect as the first Basic Requirement of Love.   Respect is a non-active mental formation or attitude toward self, toward another person or object. And now we add CARE.  Because it is a basic requirement we can’t proceed to Love without it.  If you/we don’t Care ….

Japan…Deep in Respect

In the middle of the epic tragedy in Japan, people are noticing something unique, and asking everywhere across the internet; “Why is there no looting taking place in Japan after the devastating earthquake and tsunami?” It’s not just the lack of looting that is newsworthy.  Photos and videos portray large numbers of Japanese survivors lined…

Tag Archive: science and love

Do You Know?

Do you know that: Rudeness, taunting, teasing, lying, cheating, etc. causes a measurable and visible, negative and destructive response in our system.  Works the same way for the person doing the violating or the one receiving it. Violating Love is malignant and fatal. Over a period of time, it will kill and destroy any individual, system,…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

You’re Not Alone…

He was breathing down my neck. My rear-view mirror was full of the dusty dark SUV behind me and I was getting nervous.  I needed to make a turn at the next intersection on the quiet stretch of highway, but I didn’t need to get rear-ended in the process. My turn signal on, foot off…

Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling!

Cath’s take: “Get real, Cathy.  We do enough for these people…”  This challenge came to me from a reader commenting on my suggestion that “loving one another” is our only hope. The news story about people stealing iron fences from New York neighborhoods spawned outrage and dozens of comments.  Plenty of readers thought these crimes…

Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks

Elaine’s take: Is it just my imagination or do you, also, detect the distinct aroma of something that stinks to high heaven? I’ve nosed around a little. No, I’ve nosed around a lot! Have you noticed that something is fouling our precious air? It stinks when, a 4 yr old is tormented and bullied on a school…

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

Another Lie About Love

“Scientists prove it really is a thin line between love and hate,” says Steve Conner, Science Editor at The Independent. TRUTH OR LIE? Referring to a study by Professor Semir Zeki of University College London,  Conner goes on to say, “Love and hate are intimately linked within the human brain, according to a study that…

Care Found Alive in Japanese Crisis!

Shaken by earthquake, swept up by tsunami, shrouded in radiation and succumbing to hunger; despite the odds, the news continues to verify that Care has been found alive in the ruble of devastated Japan. The positive evidence keeps flowing in.  Japanese people are reacting in ways that demonstrate Respect and Care at levels that seem…

Who Cares?!

In our past few posts we’ve identified and discussed Respect as the first Basic Requirement of Love.   Respect is a non-active mental formation or attitude toward self, toward another person or object. And now we add CARE.  Because it is a basic requirement we can’t proceed to Love without it.  If you/we don’t Care ….

Japan…Deep in Respect

In the middle of the epic tragedy in Japan, people are noticing something unique, and asking everywhere across the internet; “Why is there no looting taking place in Japan after the devastating earthquake and tsunami?” It’s not just the lack of looting that is newsworthy.  Photos and videos portray large numbers of Japanese survivors lined…

Tag Archive: science and love

Do You Know?

Do you know that: Rudeness, taunting, teasing, lying, cheating, etc. causes a measurable and visible, negative and destructive response in our system.  Works the same way for the person doing the violating or the one receiving it. Violating Love is malignant and fatal. Over a period of time, it will kill and destroy any individual, system,…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

You’re Not Alone…

He was breathing down my neck. My rear-view mirror was full of the dusty dark SUV behind me and I was getting nervous.  I needed to make a turn at the next intersection on the quiet stretch of highway, but I didn’t need to get rear-ended in the process. My turn signal on, foot off…

Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling!

Cath’s take: “Get real, Cathy.  We do enough for these people…”  This challenge came to me from a reader commenting on my suggestion that “loving one another” is our only hope. The news story about people stealing iron fences from New York neighborhoods spawned outrage and dozens of comments.  Plenty of readers thought these crimes…

Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks

Elaine’s take: Is it just my imagination or do you, also, detect the distinct aroma of something that stinks to high heaven? I’ve nosed around a little. No, I’ve nosed around a lot! Have you noticed that something is fouling our precious air? It stinks when, a 4 yr old is tormented and bullied on a school…

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

Another Lie About Love

“Scientists prove it really is a thin line between love and hate,” says Steve Conner, Science Editor at The Independent. TRUTH OR LIE? Referring to a study by Professor Semir Zeki of University College London,  Conner goes on to say, “Love and hate are intimately linked within the human brain, according to a study that…

Care Found Alive in Japanese Crisis!

Shaken by earthquake, swept up by tsunami, shrouded in radiation and succumbing to hunger; despite the odds, the news continues to verify that Care has been found alive in the ruble of devastated Japan. The positive evidence keeps flowing in.  Japanese people are reacting in ways that demonstrate Respect and Care at levels that seem…

Who Cares?!

In our past few posts we’ve identified and discussed Respect as the first Basic Requirement of Love.   Respect is a non-active mental formation or attitude toward self, toward another person or object. And now we add CARE.  Because it is a basic requirement we can’t proceed to Love without it.  If you/we don’t Care ….

Japan…Deep in Respect

In the middle of the epic tragedy in Japan, people are noticing something unique, and asking everywhere across the internet; “Why is there no looting taking place in Japan after the devastating earthquake and tsunami?” It’s not just the lack of looting that is newsworthy.  Photos and videos portray large numbers of Japanese survivors lined…