Narcissism and Men

 

narcissism in men

Narcissism and Men…”Disconnection is both a personal and social disease in today’s world. With it come the afflictions of addictions, depression and narcissism in epidemic proportions…” originally entitled The Male Heart Wound Continue reading

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Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick on Russia 1917 and Russia 2017

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How the Russian Revolution is seen in Russia and the West; a look back at a world-shaking event with Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick – professor of modern Russian history at the University of Sydney….watch video below Continue reading

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Poem from Rob Brezsny’s book “Pronoia is the Antidote to Paranoia.”

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Poem from Rob Brezsny’s book “Pronoia is the Antidote to Paranoia.” This poem is from the introduction to the book’s latest revision and expansion. Continue reading

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Black Northerner Moves to Mississippi

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A Black Northerner Moves to Mississippi and attempts to reconnect with his roots…
originally published as I’m a black man who moved to the Deep South. Here’s what it’s teaching me about race…by  Continue reading

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Bourgeois Fascists Are “Calling the Shots”

Hitler and Duke of WindsorBourgeois Fascists Are “Calling the Shots” and are occupying leadership positions in anti-democratic enclaves in the United States today. Today’s young American fascist spokesperson is typically clean-cut and college educated. Continue reading

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Your Need to Daydream

The MindDon’t ignore your need to daydream.
Daydreaming puts you in the best company!
Albert Einstein was 16 years old when he first flirted with the idea of special relativity. Continue reading

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Audley Moore on enslavement

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“They took our boots, no less our straps,” anti-racist African-American campaigner “Queen Mother” Audley Moore

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Our Technological Future

Our Technological Future

Our Technological Future

Our technological future…where will it take us? From the Commodore 64 of yesteryear to Cloud Computing, from Univacs to handheld computers with a capacity that dwarfs that of its room-filling digital ancestors – when it comes to technology we are in a maelstrom of innovation that shows no sign of slowing down. Continue reading

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