Posts Tagged ‘Arianna Huffington’

Tuesday, May 15, 2012
His Holiness the Dalai Lama sat down with Arianna Huffington at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London to celebrate his Templeton Prize, and discuss the importance of a productive conversation between spirituality and science.
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Exhumation In Bizarre Old Vatican Kidnap Case
John L. Esposito: Racing Backwards Into the Future: Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
Regrettably, recent religious decisions in both countries are unfortunate reminders about the hurdles and pitfalls in the implementation of religious reform.
Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie: Why Obama and Romney Should Share Their Religious Beliefs
When candidates flaunt their religion or manipulate it as a political tool, Americans are angered. When candidates share their religious beliefs as a way of telling us who they are, Americans are grateful.
Arianna Huffington: My Conversation With the Dalai Lama: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality (VIDEO)
To find the peace of mind that alone can replace an aimless search that for many has led to an epidemic of stress, anxiety, and drugs, the Dalai Lama is looking to science to convince a skeptical, increasingly-secular society of the power of contemplation and compassion to change our lives and our world. As he wrote in his 2005 book, The Universe in a Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality: “The great benefit of science is that it can contribute tremendously to the alleviation of suffering at the physical level, but it is only through the cultivation of the qualities of the human heart and the transformation of our attitudes that we can begin to address and overcome our mental suffering.” For his decades-long passion to bring together science and spirituality the Dalai Lama was awarded the Templeton Prize today. I sat with him before the awards ceremony. Here is our conversation.
Aaron Taylor: Was Jesus a Fundamentalist?
When I was in my early 20s, a Bible teacher posed a rhetorical question that continues to haunt me to this day: “If Jesus was your only source of information about what Christianity should look like, how would you live your life?”
The European Magazine: Talking to God: It’s a Brain Puzzle
What happens when believers attempt to communicate with their God? If the brain did not evolve a system for conversing with highly abstract invisible entities, what brain systems activate when it does?