June 12, 2019 Jonathan

What does one do about unrequited love that seems to live on and on like a wound that never heals? How is it that I go on loving one woman year after year believing, in spite of the pain, that one day she will find a place for me in…

May 18, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO [Excerpted from: Revolution in Education] Competition, comparison and judgment are poisonous seeds sown in children in their formative years. Jealousy is nurtured and nourished in young minds when only one student is awarded for coming in first in the exams. The failures burn with shame and anger. Jealousy…

April 5, 2019 Jonathan

By Arnold Bennett Excerpted and Condensed From: How To Live On Twenty-Four Hours A Day By its power to change the lives of those who read it, this unusual book has won a distinctive place in world literature. It is a small classic, designed to help us make the best…

March 27, 2019 Jonathan

“Dance classes have become the latest weapon in the fight against breast cancer in the US. Modern surgical and drug treatments have vastly increased the survival rate in women with disease. “But many women find that they receive no help or advice on how to re-adjust following medical treatment. Patients…

March 6, 2019 Jonathan

By Marion Hilliard, M.D. Condensed From: Women and Fatigue – A Woman Doctor’s Answer A happy bedroom takes on the attributes of a sanctuary for a married couple. Within these four walls, husband and wife reach the height and the depth of the expression of their life together. If they…

March 5, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO Excerpted From: Death To Deathlessness Q: Although you keep telling us to enjoy sex and to have fun, I often find myself feeling serious and not very alive when I have sex. Somehow I’m afraid to just have fun. I don’t understand it. Can you explain? A: Everybody…

February 28, 2019 Jonathan

By Morton M. Hunt Tears are much more than the outpouring of sorrow, for they may also start forth in the presence of beauty, in moments of great joy, at times of sudden relief from worry. In such situations, they seem unreasonable and inappropriate. Yet a significant lesson of contemporary…

February 11, 2019 Jonathan

By Gary Yanker Author (Gary Yanker) Bio: He has written health columns for American Health, Women’s Day, Weight Watchers, and the New York Times as well as a dozen books on health and fitness, including the pathbreaking Exercise Walking. A recognized authority on moderate exercise, he lives in Tucson, Arizona…

January 19, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO Excerpted From: Socrates Poisoned Again After 25 Centuries They certainly are. These are men just feeling jealous… nothing courageous. The woman is more loving because she does not live by logic, by reason, but by pure emotion and heart. The way of the heart is beautiful but dangerous….

January 19, 2019 Jonathan

By Dennis T. Jaffe, PhD Author (Dennis T. Jaffe) Bio: For over 40 years, he has been one of the leading architects of the field of family enterprise consulting. For 35 years, he was professor of Organizational Systems and Psychology at Saybrook University in San Francisco, where he’s now professor…

January 18, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO Excerpted From: Socrates Poisoned Again After 25 Centuries She certainly can do more for peace in the world, because all the wars are fought by men but suffered by women. Somebody’s son dies, somebody’s husband dies, somebody’s father dies, somebody’s brother dies… Men fight the war, but the…