Seeing Rightly

by Leatrice Evanne Asher (this is an abridged version of the original article that was published in the Word Magazine, Published by The Word Foundation, Inc. – Autumn issue 2015) The tendency to view our Beings and the world through judgments, assumptions, and false beliefs stands in the way of correct information reaching us. Seeing rightly … Continue reading Seeing Rightly

Students and Teachers: The Roles We Play

by Leatrice Evanne Asher (This is a condensed version of the original article published in The Word Magazine) Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth ―Albert Einstein Spiritual vanity is one of the more elusive forms of self-deception—elusive, because when we adjudge something to be “good” or praiseworthy it is more difficult … Continue reading Students and Teachers: The Roles We Play

Pain―Bane of Our Life or Catalyst for Transformation? – Part II

by Leatrice Evanne Asher “Man always travels along precipices. His truest obligation is to keep his balance.” ―Jose Ortega Gasset Balance is a fundamental principle in the universe. We know that imbalances in nature (which primarily arise through human thinking) can create dramatic effects such as drought, severe storms, global climate change, earthquakes, and fire. … Continue reading Pain―Bane of Our Life or Catalyst for Transformation? – Part II