Tag Archive | religion

What do Buddha, Jesus, and C.G. Jung have in common?


Dear readers, I’ve written about how co-dependency is encouraged in our culture and relationships, so much so that most people don’t even notice how their relationship to self and to the world is permeated by drama and the inability to face one’s own shadows and pain honestly. Numbed by overwork, entertainment, and countless distractions, we […]

Pro-life, Pro-liberty, Pursuit of the Feminine


Last night I watched the vice-presidential candidates debate the various issues – the same ones that always come up, as if there were no other, more important debate-worthy issues.  The moderator, Martha Raddatz, Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent for ABC News, tried to bring out the individual man in each of the debaters in the manner […]

Gender Fluid: Awakening to a New Era


There is an article in the August 12th issue of the New York Times Magazine  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/magazine/whats-so-bad-about-a-boy-who-wants-to-wear-a-dress.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 about children who feel comfortable identifying with both sexes at different moments in their lives. In the article, they label this type of behavior “gender-fluid“.  I like the word; it seems to evoke all kinds of interesting concepts. Since […]