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Faith & Science: Do Dogs Think?

I guess it’s a fair question. As humans, we think we’re the only ones that are cognitive of our own thoughts. But the question isn’t about cognition, it’s about thinking. We reason out what path to take, which food to … Continue reading

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Carlos Castaneda’s Memorable Events

The Active Side of Infinity “Ordinarily, events that change our path are impersonal affairs, and yet extremely personal. My teacher, don Juan Matus, said this in guiding me as his apprentice to collect what I considered to be the memorable … Continue reading

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The Wheel of Time: Carlos Castaneda Quotes

I have read every single book written by and about Carlos Castaneda (including one by Martin Goodman called “I was Carlos Castaneda”). The story is not easily proven as so much of it takes place in an altered state of … Continue reading

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