What we know today as capitalism is money capitalism. Real capitalism is what people already intuitively know to be good economics, economics that preserves, protects and promotes the real capital of nations, its people.
This book is the fruition of more than 40 years of teaching and researching sociology at the university level.
It is my sincerest hope that one-day mankind will overcome the minor walls that governments and religions have built between us and realize that we are all basically the same. Instead of fighting and killing each other over petty insignificant differences, should we not try and celebrate them! Who knows, for the first time in two billion years the World could actually enjoy World Peace!
Mission: Mother Earth is an account of the events preceding and following a three-year period in the life of Richard Benishai, an electronic engineer, turned geobiologist. It is the story of how this technical, Cartesian and unsuspecting individual was guided into a life of research, mystics, energies and the invisible world of geobiology.
After proving that both two- and one-state solutions are no longer viable for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the settlement presented in this book employs a genuinely fresh approach and is derived from a completely different paradigm than that of the tired mainstream solution currently considered as the only acceptable path for resolving the conflict...
The Art of Peace celebrates some of the great people who have become role models -- indeed symbols themselves -- for peacemaking worldwide. Using thoughtful expressions of art and beautiful prose, the book helps to connect children to these leaders and to the idea that the change happens with just one thought, just one action, just one expression of peace.
Regardless of ancient history or current times, plundering and conquering other countries, forcing them to submit, enslaving their people, stealing their goods, or forcing them into a religion is an act of terrorism.