“A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels…” ~Albert Einstein, N.Y. Times, 1946
Over the course of the last hundred years, Western scientists have given us a deeper view of the Universe, of Life & Nature as a creative and unified self-organizing process.Unfortunately, most modern societies are still operating with outdated ideas and assumptions, that do not reflect this new paradigm.
Albert Einstein understood this, as have many others. In order to survive as a species, it is essential that we shift paradigms, developing ways of thinking (and behaving) that are more aligned with how human life and Nature’s systems actually work.
Every “thing” that exists in our Universe is a dynamic complex system, interdependently connected to other systems, constantly moving and changing, less a static “thing” than an evolving and transforming creative process.
We see galaxies and hurricanes spinning, continents moving…
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If we were to follow the judgments of the predetermined mind, who would be left alone and without a teacher? Not only would it be so with those who know the sequences (of knowledge and feeling) and make their own selection among them, but it would be so as well with the stupid and unthinking.…Read more Chuang Tzu on Knowledge, Clear Thinking and Monkeys
Participating in Slough Faith Partnership's Film Festival for One World Week. Actively engaging in a wonderfully open and positive discussion on Human Rights issues, touching on topics of acceptance, expectations of family/society/religion/cultural group, gender, sexuality, religious issues etc. http://www.sloughfaithpartnership.org.uk
My latest appearance on Faith Forum, Hidayat TV last week, discussing, "Love not Hate" with Dr Talib Warsi and Shaykh Muhammad Amin-Evans.
Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, is reported in hadith to have prophesied the emergence of someone he referred to as the "dajjal". The meaning of the word 'dajjal' comes from the Arabic expression "dajjala al-ba'eer (he smeared the camel)", referring to a practice where dishonest traders used to cover a sick camel with tar…Read more What is Real?