Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Jewish Nobel Prize Winners—Does It Matter?

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A matter of pride to some and a source of envy to others, the fact is that Jews have traditionally stood out as Nobel Prize recipients, and this year is no exception as Jews have dominated basically all the areas

Jewish Nobel Prize Winners—Does It Matter? – TIMES OF ISRAEL

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A matter of pride to some and a source of envy to others, the fact is that Jews have traditionally stood out as Nobel Prize recipients, and this year is no exception as Jews have dominated basically all the areas

From Starvation to a Revolution

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Even before the outburst of Covid-19, millions of people were already on the brink of starvation. Food stamps are no solution, and neither is subsidized housing. The coronavirus has made things far worse, and from day to day, the situation

Are the great days of America coming to an end?

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The good times in the United States have indeed come to an end, and they are not returning. There is a process unfolding in nature, and accordingly the future of the United States will be worse than the future of

Between Left and Right, It’s Everyone’s Plight – NEWSMAX

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On the morning of November 4, some people will smile and some people will cry. Hopefully, the aftermath of the election will not be as contentious as the months leading to it have been, and the president will be able

What are some ways to end domestic violence?

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The only way to end domestic violence for good is by implementing serious education that we need nowadays for our very survival: a new kind of education where we learn about how our egoistic human nature operates on us at

A Noble Ideal for Peace Beyond the Nobel Prize – TIMES OF ISRAEL

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Hunger could be used as a weapon of war and conflict in these challenging times. That is the concern over which the Nobel Peace Prize this year was awarded to an organization that fights famine globally: The UN World Food

What makes a good leader?

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Good leaders first and foremost need to love the people they lead. Their people need to be like their baby, the number one priority in their lives. They should thus be willing to live, work and sacrifice themselves for their

A Reality of Uncertainty

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All over the world, countries are feeling the toll of the second wave of Covid-19. Infections are rising and cities and countries are reinstating lockdown orders. The most pervasive feelings at this point seem to be uncertainty and despair. In

A Noble Ideal for Peace Beyond the Nobel Prize

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Hunger could be used as a weapon of war and conflict in these challenging times. That is the concern over which the Nobel Peace Prize this year was awarded to an organization that fights famine globally: The UN World Food

Has Covid-19 Killed American Pop Culture? – NEWSMAX

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This might be the beginning of a cultural revolution. American entertainment and sports have shaped U.S. society and influenced and appealed to the interest of a global audience for decades. This, however, seems to be changing. Media analysis shows that ratings of

Between Left and Right, It’s Everyone’s Plight

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On the morning of November 4, some people will smile and some people will cry. Hopefully, the aftermath of the election will not be as contentious as the months leading to it have been, and the president will be able