The Celestine Vision – James Redfield I considered doing an entire review on Redfield’s work – but I figured it would be better to create a content hub of the Insights, each one earning its one article. I want to start with the 4th insight, … Read More
In the sobriety books category, we undertake the massive task of summarizing every possible book that can revolutionize your recovery!
What Exactly Is Language? When you hear the word “language” what comes to mind? A tool for communication? Signs and symbols with assigned cultural meaning? Semiotics and Ferdinand de Saussure? Perhaps you’ve never thought of it at all. Nonetheless, in philosophy, the concept of language … Read More
Mel B. – New Wine… The Grand Synthesis of A.A. History If Parmenides taught us anything it’s that nothing comes from nothing (ex nihilo nihil fit!). Astonishingly, we are still wrestling with that one. Reminds me of the first rule of Calvary: when the horse … Read More
Are We Talking Einstein Smart? SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training. As “self-management” implies this program presupposes no God; therefore, those who oppose theistic programs will find no qualms here. Moreover, it can easily be reconciled with a theistic worldview so its accessible … Read More
The seeker came to the guru and asked, “Master, please would you take my notebook and write down the secret by which I can end my suffering?” The master smiled and obliged him. But when the seeker was handed back the pad all that was … Read More
The Birth of The Recovery Movement Is the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book” the Magna Carta of Recovery Literature? Is it the template from which all recovery fellowships have sprung? This the impression we get. It is said that the 12-Steps have been hammered out on … Read More