Sat, Nov 27, 2021

18th Edition

Editorial
Soon We Will Come To Christmas

A path full of obstacles, loopholes, shadows, which have been illuminated by a team of people as human and as great as their hea...

by Mirta R. Acero, PhD

Buddhism and Zen Food

On the day Buddha Shakyamuni reached enlightenment, through zazen practice, he saw the morning star and said: "I, the great eart...

by Soren

Looking for Opportunities

A long time ago, I contracted a terrible disease that not only affected my physical health but also broke me mentally.  My ...

by Dr. Ruben Hazan Zubi

We are all teachers, even without knowing it

Before starting with this topic, we must define what religious thought is: it is faith sustained through evidence; not just beli...

by S.E.R Eric Escala

The Radarcosmia

Radarcosmia is a method invented by the Frenchman Joseph Benjamin Roucous, which belongs to therapeutic dowsing and which is bas...

by Gloria Acero Muñoz

Religious freedom: a fundamental right for the human being

We live in a time when it is admitted that anyone can believe what they want, but the more extravagant the belief, the more it s...

by Gustavo A. Libardi

Introducing the concept of multiCulture: new perspectives from which to explain how and why people behave as they do.

There have been many attempts to explain what makes individuals behave as they do; theories of culture and personality are two w...

by Benjamin Luke Swan

Another Rosy-fingered False Dawn: The Endless Homecoming of Odysseus

If a latter-day BBC poll is indeed correct that Homer’s The Odyssey is the most influential tale ever told, it is an indirect ...

by Dean A. Hoffman

The importance of a broader interreligious cooperation in search of peace and development of our peoples.

We are united and we realize that we are different; we have to look to the future and put aside our fundamentalism. We must lear...

by The Rt. Revd. Dr. Jesús Manuel MEJIA QUIROZ

The urban guerilla in Spain: improvisation or institutionalization of violence?

The urban guerrilla is a concept with military connotations that emerged in the second half of the 20th century, referring to as...

by David Hernández

Twin Towers

I was on bus 127 in the center of the city of Buenos Aires and the driver said to all the passengers: "I don't know what's going...

by Rubén Molina

What should we expect of “Globalization 2.0”?

There is still little doubt about globalization coming back in one form or another. Two major factors push the world in this dir...

by Andrey Kortunov