Hallelujah!! Grassley Probes Financing of NAMI!!!

Breaking news from Bloomberg without commentary even though it's awesome because one of my best friends is visiting: U.S. Senator Charles Grassley expanded his investigation into drug company influence on the practice of medicine by asking a nonprofit mental-health- advocacy group about its funding. In a letter sent today to the National Alliance for Mental... Continue Reading →

Suicide in the military, increasing antidepressant use and can we trust NIMH Studies?

From Z Magazine-by Bruce Levine with his permission to reprint: In February 2009, Americans heard about a dramatic rise in suicides among U.S. soldiers. While treatment for emotionally troubled soldiers increasingly consists of antidepressants such as Prozac, Paxil, and Zoloft, recent investigations show that these drugs are no more effective than placebos and can actually... Continue Reading →

A small anecdote from my life—about death

I left this in a comment on a Buddhist blog I ran across. The topic was on death and how nothing happens when you die. This story I share doesn't actually respond directly to the post but it was triggered by some of the comments after the post. I thought I would share it here.... Continue Reading →

Quote — Eckhart Tolle

To meet everything and everyone through stillness instead of mental noise is the greatest gift you can offer to the universe. --Eckhart Tolle

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