Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Activating the network of human connection for good

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By producing positive forces in the network through showing others care, kindness and friendship, we radiate unifying thoughts above our instinctive egoistic thoughts.   We live in a field of connection that binds us together. We can’t see it, and

I Too Have a Dream… A World Free of Anti-Semitism

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Rekindling Black-Jewish Relations in America through Jewish connection  Early in the afternoon, walking in a busy area of Brooklyn, New York, a Jewish man wearing a yarmulke was punched in the face and kicked in an unprovoked attack by a

To Thoughtfully Govern Leaders Must Rediscover the Family

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On Nov. 11, 1918, World War I ended. One hundred years later, bells rang at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as leaders of some 70 countries marched shoulder to shoulder on the plaza, marking the 100th

Why Israel Must Fight on Two Fronts

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Residents of southern Israel are right to protest. They demand quiet, and I agree with their harsh criticism against Israel’s leadership. Their willingness to stay in their shelters in order to allow for a temporary attack that will bring their

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau’s Apology to German Jews Comes at Height of Anti-Semitism in U.S. and Canada

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Trying to escape the atrocities of Nazi Germany, around 900 Jewish refugees aboard the St. Louis ship were denied entry to Canada on June 7, 1939. It was one of the many rejected requests to obtain asylum in the North American continent,

Basic income should join forces with a ‘social network’ revolution

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It’s the start of a new month. You wake up in the morning feeling a rush of energy. The air is thick with a positive warmth. You’re immediately motivated and inspired with a thought that is, as if, circulating around

Sharp rise in anti-Semitism on “Kristallnacht” 80th Anniversary

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On a dark night in November 9, 1938, the Nazis murdered several hundred Jews, burned 1,400 synagogues across Germany and Austria, destroyed Jewish homes and businesses, and vandalized Jewish hospitals, orphanages and cemeteries. 1,000s of Jewish men, women and children

How to Tackle Stress in a World With the Highest Stress Ever

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We can extract key insights about the internal mechanism driving the upswing in human stress from the wisdom of Kabbalah. By understanding the process at work, we can become empowered to effectively intervene. Crossing streets jammed with heavy traffic, approaching

Understanding the Midterm Elections From a Global Perspective

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“The only thing that I regret is that I killed two [cops] … I wish I killed more of those …” said illegal immigrant Luis Bracamontes with a diabolical grin on his face. Then came the title, “Who Else Would

Understanding the Midterm Elections from a Global Perspective

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“The only thing that I regret is that I killed two [cops] … I wish I killed more of those …” said illegal immigrant Luis Bracamontes with a diabolical grin on his face. Then came the title “Who Else Would Democrats Let

Jews vs. Jews, Who Needs Anti-Semites? What the Pittsburgh Killings Uncovered

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Aftershocks from Pittsburgh’s synagogue massacre have surfaced fissures and faults that riddle Jews in the US, in Israel, and between. Deep ideological divisions over who is responsible for American anti-Semitism and how to tackle the problem reveal the crumbling foundation

How Human Connection Can Help Alleviate Anxiety and Fear

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We all like to relax and sleep soundly, but our growing uncertainty about the future makes us anxious and concerned. The best way to rise above these feelings is to switch from self-concern to being concerned for others. Anxiety is