Look in the mirror – you may find your biggest enemy. 

The Aramaic prayer of Jesus.  
Happy Easter! 

The word Cosmos means order.  Why do Human Beings live in disorder?
“All life is a movement in relationship. There is no living thing on earth which is not related to something or other… In that relationship, which is the mirror in which we can see ourselves, we can discover what we are, our reactions, our prejudices, our fears, depression, anxieties, loneliness, sorrow, pain, grief. We can also discover whether we love, or whether there is no such thing as love. So, we will examine this question of relationship because that is the basis of love.”
– J. Krishnamurti

Wonderful video of the importance of the healing power in Nature – By

We highly recommend this video – as a demonstration of what a single person can do, even in the midst of poverty.

(free to watch)


Take a look at the trailor for “Fantastic Fungi” – a well produced look into the secret world of Fungi.  This film is an eye opener and inspirational look into the miracle of the natural echo-system’s network.

Mu, or Lemuria, was the lost continent of the Pacific, which, according to the findings of James Churchward, archaeologist and author of The Lost Continent of Mu, extended from north of Hawaii three thousand miles south to Easter Island and the Fijis and was made up of three areas of land stretching more than five thousand miles from east to west.

Don Michael was a good friend of ours – with his own way of reaching peace within.
2 min video
(click the picture)

– by Krishnamurti

“Most of us realize, when we are not too scared to look at it, that we are very lonely people. We don’t know why or how it happens, but even in our own families, even among our friends, and even with a boyfriend or girlfriend, we often feel isolated and lonely.

Even in the most intimate relationship with somebody, we are thinking about ourselves, our fears of being abandoned, our insecurities. The result is even more loneliness, more dependency on people and things, and the suffering that comes from all that.

We have made such a habit of all this fear and suffering, we forget, or have never been taught, that these habits, biological and cultural as well as personal habits, can be changed. It is true we have inherited aggressive survival and territorial instincts from our ancestors, the animals we once were; but our brains also have the intelligence to decide when those are appropriate and when to change our behavior…

If you don’t understand your own thinking, whatever you do think has little meaning. Without knowledge of your own biases and the impediments of bio-logical or personal prejudice, without understanding your fears, your hurt, your anger, without the ability to see through and beyond them, all your thinking, all your relationships will be fogged or skewed. After all, self-knowledge is the basis for relationship.”