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Paul J. Zak is the founding Director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies and Professor of Economics, Psychology and Management at Claremont Graduate University. Zak also serves as Professor of Neurology at Loma Linda University Medical Center. He has degrees in mathematics and economics from San Diego State University, a Ph.D. in economics from University of Pennsylvania, and post-doctoral training in neuroimaging from Harvard.
A featured TED speaker in 2011, Zak has also appeared on: Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Fox & Friends, ABC Evening News, NOVA Science Now, NPR, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Time, The Economist, Scientific American, Fast Company,Forbes, and many others. His popular blog, His book, The Moral Molecule, is featured on the Psychology Today website.
Same sex marriage...YES or NO??? This is the question that the Supreme Court will be deciding in the late Spring. However, the Court is nnot the only organized body that has to make a decision...How about our religious institutions??? The Church, with its many denominations, Judaism and Islam, will be facing the same moral dilemma and question of conscience. How will they handle the delicate balance after generations of preaching and sermonizing that marriage is between a man and a woman...Adam and Eve and not Adam and Steve!!! How do you feel about this??? Te Rebellious Rev and The Doc want to know...Call us at 646-595-3275 and bring your coffeel
TOPIC ";WOMANS DISRESPECTIFUL ATTITUDES TOWARD MEN"
Where did the honor and respect for black men go with our sisters?,,,,,they have forgotten how to humble themselves ,speak wit intelligence,respond with compassion.they have become hardbody,loudmouths,violent,and obnoxious,,,,woman have taken on the masculent characteristics of men and are conditioning men to play the role of woman,the systems supports this agenda,and blackwoman have become the worst threat to black men,,,welcome
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The four Moral Lessons are represented by the Major Arcana Cards of Strength, Temperence, Justice & The Hermit.
Courage, strength and self-discipline are required to succeed in any life challenge or choice. We discover that integrity and consideration are necessary, and not limitations that hold us back~ Learn Tarot Excerpt
These lessons are the cornerstone of productive and healthy living as they are about the values you hold, there are always troubling times ahead when we are not living by our own moral code,
Here's a Scary Truth About all Relationships
Love can be strong; but it may not be enough. How do I know? Well, let me ask you a question? Do you know of any couples who broke up or got divorced? I can give you a ton of examples. Nobody is immune - not rich people, famous people, beautiful people, or couples who have great sex.
One of the most important things about relationships, moodiness, and attitudes isthat it's all about give and take. Your love life requires attention and effort. The problem is that most people are not smart about it. Couples make it harder than it needs to be.
Don't let this happen to you and your Baby. Do not let any irritation, disappointments, arguments, and grief fester to the point where it ruins what you want out of your love life. Don't let it take over and destroy what attracted you to your Sweetheart in the first place. Instead, I encourage you to take advantage of these precious little gems I discovered.
You have an idea of how love relationships should work and you want yours to go smoothly.
You don't want to deal with the grief and strife of arguments, disappointments, and seemingly dumb stuff that gets on your last nerve. Then there are those annoying habits and attitudes. Or maybe your Sweetheart is just downright moody.
Dr. Dean Posey, author of the book 12 Gifts We Can't Afford to Lose, believes that much of the depression and anxiety plaguing today’s society stems from our unwillingness to simply follow the rules of a moral life instead of trying to make them up as we go. Based on the character and life of Noah, Posey lists the core values of morality for us. If one focuses on hope, faith, patience, friendship, righteousness, family and more, he says, living a moral life is not as complicated as one might think. Tune in to listen and give his concepts time to soak in.
1st half: Online dating
*how do u feel about online dating
*do u think you can fall in love with someone "online"
2nd half: Moral online thotting
*why can't people be who they are in xxx groups in real life?
*why do xxx groups give people the courage to expose their inner hidden freaky side?
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As we take a look at these attitudes as taught by Paul to the church at Ephesus and the church at Philippi. We will learn bit by the fruit of the spirit that we must attain in order to carry out the Will of God. If we are going to reach others we must carry the fruit of the spirit
Weekly live webcast/podcast devoted to discussion of news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.
Today we feature a first-hour interview with Alex Epstein, President and Founder of the Center for Industrial Progress. We'll be discussing his bestselling book, The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels and more. After the interview, Bosch Fawstin and I will discuss other news of the week. Check my blog for Program Notes.
Laws: Ceremonial, Civil, and Moral
Taking a look into these Laws and looking at what is important and not important in these modern day times.
What does Jesus say about the Law: A look in to Matthew's account of Jesus giving us undestanding of how to live.
What is the importance of walking in Moral Law today? How shall we apply living the 10 Commandments in these last days?
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This week - we continue our discussion from last week, covering the 3 phases of Moral Culpability (personal, interpersonal and universal) reviewing the PRIME Contract. Then we discuss how to negotiate honorably. Finally we introduce the orders of intelligent life in the universe so as to understand if a being is capable of giving explicit consent or not.
Our hosts Justin Deschamps, Julian Robles and Sierra Neblina bring you a discussion for the Awakening Minds. The hope is to reveal data in a way which empowers the individual with practical knowledge. This is best accomplished by presenting an idea and discussing it openly, allowing the full breadth of the data to be contemplated.
General guidelines for show: We share ideas as a premise, an offer, cypher or coded "zip file" to contemplate. We share ideas that we have tested, and have a high degree of certainty and probability of being true. But, we always encourage discussion and discourse surrounding these ideas, all viewpoints are valid.
To follow the slide show go here: http://sitsshow.blogspot.com/2015/01/moral-culpability-in-life-negotiation.html
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