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Entries by Deepak Chopra from 07/2008

Atheists and the Will to Believe

| Posted 07.01.2008 | Huffington Post

An article in the Washington Post On Faith section in response to their question: "According to a new Pew survey, 21% of American atheists believe in ...

May the Best Image Win, For Once

| Posted 07.04.2008 | Politics

Can the America public be weaned off soundbites, slogans, trivial distractions, gossip, and smear campaigns with no basis in fact? For the first time in forty years, it seems possible.

Rituals and Membership Cards

| Posted 07.09.2008 | Healthy Living

The idea that a membership card gives you special privileges strikes me as an unfeasible way to approach the enormous challenge of transcending to a higher level of awareness.

Pitiful, Helpless Giant, Act II

| Posted 07.11.2008 | Huffington Post

The specter of a defeated America remains the single most powerful motivator for national policy. As a country, victory is the only viable option. Aft...

Why the Paranormal is Normal

| Posted 07.17.2008 | Healthy Living

The only consistent worldview that I've ever discovered places all phenomena, natural and supernatural, on the ground of consciousness.

Genes at the Crossroads

| Posted 07.19.2008 | Healthy Living

Human behavior isn't complex the way a game of chess is, or the way the wiring is in a computer, for example. Human traits cannot be ascribed to one gene or even a large group.

The Army Fights "With God on Our Side"

| Posted 07.23.2008 | Healthy Living

The entanglement of personal duty, troop morale, patriotism, and religion isn't simple. The ACLU's lawsuit will antagonize anyone on the inside.

Does a New Start Have a Chance?

| Posted 07.25.2008 | Politics

Obama was right to mention the Berlin Wall multiple times his speech because the Wall was not pushed over by force, unless you mean the force of consciousness. Can the same magic strike again?

Imagining God in Color

| Posted 07.31.2008 | Healthy Living

From childhood everyone is taught to imagine God as a person, and inevitably that person has skin the color of those who worship him. But a humanized God in any faith is a projection, not a reality.