Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Search for Relevance

I was reading through an old Joseph Campbell text this past weekend. (Campbell is reasonably well known for his comparative religion professorships, in part because he focused not in the differences within the major human religions followed on Earth, but … Continue reading

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Are the barriers to personal success self-made? Or are they imposed by an aversion to risk?

In the seminal NBC sitcom, My Name is Earl, the gist of the program is Earl’s newly found belief in Karma…that Earl’s own past of petty crimes and selfishness have made his future impossible, unless he regains balance by righting … Continue reading

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