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The other side of Israel: Susan Nathan

An interview with author Susan Nathan, the only Jew living in a town of 30,000 Arabs in northern Israel.  She talks about how how her own activism has changed from aggression to compassion and about the ‘divide’ between Israel’s citizens–the … View full post

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Zionism under attack

Two American Jewish men, one a secular blogger and writer and the other, a deeply orthodox member of Neturei Karta, both with the family name Weiss, discuss the reasons they are anti-Zionists.

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Health care is a human right

An interview with Dr. Sara Bhattacharjee of Christian Medical College’s Low Cost Effective Care Unit located  in Vellore, Tamil Nadu in South India.  She talks about her philosophy and practice of primary health care and community medicine in the slums … View full post

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Making sense of a world in crisis: part 3 Dr. Michael Conforti

In the third and last part of this series, you will hear my conversation with Dr. Michael Conforti, a Jungian analyst, author and founder of the Assisi Institute, who uses the theories of Carl Jung to develop his Archetypal Pattern Analysis … View full post

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Making sense of a world in crisis: part 2 Andrew Harvey

In the second of a three-part series, Andrew Harvey, a well known and distinguished mystic and scholar, a poet and a novelist, a translator of Rumi and, as architect of Sacred Activism and the Institute of Sacred Activism, a spiritual teacher … View full post

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What makes an activist?

Why do some people become activists while others look on from the sidelines, unmoved by situations that a committed activist finds intolerable?  We’re all against oppression and injustice and we all believe human rights are hugely important and must be … View full post

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