Jean Rhys On Truth

Jean Rhys (August 24, 1890– May 14, 1979) If you want to write the truth, you must write about yourself. It must go out from yourself. I don't see what else you can do. I am the only real truth I know.

Adyashanti On “I”

Adyashanti (October 26, 1962 -) The real sense of 'I' is the sense of being. The sense of being is not in any particular place -- it's everywhere. It's spread throughout the whole of consciousness.

Howard Zinn On War

Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922– January 27, 2010) We need to decide that we will not go to war, whatever reason is conjured up by the politicians or the media, because war in our time is always indiscriminate, a war against innocents, a war against children. Syrian Civil War 2011 to Present

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 …