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Entries by Deepak Chopra from 08/2009

How to Be Pro-American

| Posted 08.03.2009 | Politics

A new kind of Americanism is being shaped now. Obama exemplifies one aspect, looking out on the world and accepting it rather than looking inward to America and rejecting everyone else.

What Britain's Oldest Soldier Said

| Posted 08.10.2009 | Politics

The most heartening sign for peace may be the absence of an anti-war movement, in that Obama holds anti-war views, not as his crusade, but as a natural aspect of his generation's thinking.

Health Care and Daniel in the Liars' Den

| Posted 08.17.2009 | Politics

Millions of informed citizens may not be enough to fight the health care system as it stands. That's why I keep thinking about the road less traveled: taking responsibility for your own wellness.

Health Care Reform: Let's Face the Truth pt. 1 & 2

| Posted 08.19.2009 | Politics

I'm going to say a few things about health care reform that may, I hope, influence the nature of the debate that's going on. But more important, that may influence you into taking care of yourself

Deepak on Healthcare Reform with CNN's Campbell Brown

| Posted 08.19.2009 | Huffington Post


The Medical Myth of "More Is Better"

| Posted 08.21.2009 | Politics

It's been rightly said that the most expensive technology in American medicine is the doctor's pen, because with a flourish of the hand he can order an unnecessary test or surgery.

What Is Justice for Lockerbie?

| Posted 08.28.2009 | Politics

As bystanders to tragedies like the Lockerbie disaster, you and I have no moral weight; we are outsiders. But we aren't outsiders in our own lives, where we face moral choices just as tangled.

Do You Want a Health Care System or a Healing System?

| Posted 08.31.2009 | Politics

Health care fills the news every day, obscuring a simple fact: Your health depends far more on the internal healing system than the health care system.

Reinventing the Body: Changing the Metabolism of Time

| Posted 08.31.2009 | Healthy Living