Philip K. Dick On Fear

Philip K Dick (December 16, 1928– March 2, 1982) Fear can make you do more wrong than hate or jealousy. If you're afraid you don't commit yourself to life completely; fear makes you always, always hold something back.

Lauren Artress On Service

Lauren Artress Whether or not we stand within a religious tradition, there is a desire within each person to create and to contribute in a way that gives satisfaction. This is the longing of co-creation, the search for wholeness through service. This is the essence of spiritual transformation.

Madeleine Dore On Solitude

Madeleine Dore I came to embrace doing nothing and relish the moments of solitude. I went on meandering walks, sat at cafés without any technology, and found myself daydreaming more frequently as I was no longer attempting to fill every spare moment.

June Singer On Security

June Singer (1920 – January 19, 2004)In exchange for the promise of security, many people put a barrier between themselves and the adventures in consciousness that would put a whole new light on their personal lives and extrapolated on the society in which we live.

Helen Fisher On Love As Addiction

Helen Fisher (May 31, 1945 -) If the love object breaks off the relationship, the lover experiences signs of drug withdrawal, including protest, crying spells, lethargy, anxiety, insomnia or hyper-somnia, loss of appetite or binge eating, irritability, and loneliness. Lovers, like addicts, also often go to extremes, sometimes doing degrading or physically dangerous things to …

Benjamin Franklin On Death

Benjamin Franklin (January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790) ...I believe I shall, in some shape or another, always exist; and, with all the inconveniences human life is liable to, I shall not object to a new edition of mine; hoping, however, that the errata of the last may be corrected.