Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Tu Bishvat: Planting the Tree of Life in a Fertile Field

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Tu Bishvat symbolizes a very special state in a person’s life, marked in the Jewish calendar on the 15th of Shevat. It is traditionally associated with the “New Year of the Trees,” so you might ask: “How does this relate

Brexit Is Only the Beginning of the Worst Divorce in Modern History

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Brexit Is Only the Beginning of the Worst Divorce in Modern History “This is the most significant vote that any of us will be part of in our political careers,” pleads UK Prime Minister Theresa May to the House of

Education Coupled with Blockchain Will Be the Basis for Future Nations

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Imagine a world where a decentralized virtual network manages every aspect of our lives for us, where all we need to focus on is helping one another be better humans. Blockchain technology will play a key role in weaving the

Addictions: Discover the Drug of Life

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We are all addicted. Society is organized in such a way that at any given moment in our lives, we become addicted to something: things we are used to do or consume from childhood, certain food, a way of thinking

2019: How Israel’s Divisive Elections Can Become a Springboard to Unity

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The election campaign in Israel is not going to look any different from other election campaigns the world has witnessed over the past two years. It’s a spree of excessive ego, exploitation, and corruption. Everyone wants to control and trample

What lies ahead for Jews in 2019?

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2018 was a good year for Jews. This statement  might appear to a contradict the facts in light of the rampant anti-Semitism that erupted in basically every corner in the world, but the surface evil can be transformed into an

Jewish Innovation: Discarding our “Dirty Laundry”

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Billions of people enjoy new technologies, while few are the innovators who command and develop the inventions that change the way we live. Consider for a moment the impact of one simple technological breakthrough in 1782 by Henry Sidgier with

Hebrew Language Day: An Opportunity to Learn About the Code of Love

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We are fortunate to be living in a time when we can speak Hebrew freely. I only began to learn Hebrew when I moved to Lithuania in the early 1970s, while in transit on the way to Israel. Until then

2019 Global Analysis: How to Swing Back to Balance

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As we approach 2019, the world finds itself as if on a swing, but the ride is not of the soothing kind, with birds chirping around us tenderly as we enjoy the pleasant, balanced movement from side to side. Rather,

Millennials: Redefining the Rules of the Economy

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As a new year approaches, an atmosphere of increased consumerism envelops societies across the globe. However, there is a generational stratum that is spoiling the commercial hoopla: the millennials. Getting a new car, a new house and a new partner

Why the European Union Needs a Good Marriage Counselor

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The concept of the European Union was a good idea in theory, but in order to make it work in practice, it is mandatory to understand how the laws of nature operate on the human level. The wedding took place

Why the European Union Needs a Good Marriage Counselor

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The wedding took place on May 9, 1950. French Foreign Minister Robert Schumann initiated a program for France and Germany to collaborate in the production of coal and steel, which were important resources for conducting war. Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg and