Love Is How The Oneness Feels: Tim Freke

Published on Apr 5, 2018

Stand-up philosopher and prolific author Tim Freke presents a new worldview in which God is not the source, but the destination. He opens with the radical idea that time does not pass, but accumulates, and with characteristic energy and passion, he suggests that reality is information, emerging first as matter, then as biology, and now as a distinct immaterial level – as spirit. Meaning, volition, magic and immortality belong exclusively to this level. This Emergent Spirituality offers a life-enhancing understanding of the deep purpose of existence, and can heal our modern soul crisis.

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Where Do Our Thoughts Come From? ~ Rupert Spira

Published on Apr 6, 2018

A woman who has noticed that she has no control over her thoughts wants to know where they come from.

Life’s Great Questions by Jean Vanier (Author)

From the mind of world-famous philosopher and humanitarian Jean Vanier comes this exploration of life’s greatest questions: Who are we? Why are we here? What is the purpose of life? With his characteristically deep yet accessible style, the L’Arche founder encourages you to delve more deeply into your own faith and spirituality and helps you to find your own answers to life’s great questions.

Jean Vanier
is a philosopher, writer, religious and moral leader. In 2015 he was awarded the prestigious Templeton Prize. He is the founder of two major international community-based organizations, L’Arche, and Faith & Light, that exist for people with intellectual disabilities. The 135 L’Arche communities in 33 countries and 1,600 Faith & Light communities in 80 countries are living laboratories of human transformation. In and outside of these organizations, he has spent more than four decades as a deeply radical advocate for the poor and the weak in our society.

What does it mean to be fully human? Jean Vanier, Templeton Prize 2015

The 2015 Templeton Prize Laureate, Jean Vanier, speaks on the Big Question: “What does it mean to be fully human?”

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