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Kids on Bikes

Bici Centro’s summer bicycle camp is accessible to everyone, from private school kids to homeless downtown students.

Protect Your Pets

How to successfully include animals in your will and/or trust.

Living in Two Worlds

Wounded Warrior Battalion volunteer finds immense caring for wounded Marines at Pendleton.

The Zombie Defense

Modern science still suffers in many ways from its own version of cognitive dissonance by maintaining what is essentially a behaviorist/positivist stance in, of all places, the philosophy of mind.

Absent-Minded Science

The problem becomes apparent when we try to explain mind itself within the “scientific” method which does its best to ignore mind in nature.

Triumph Over Adversity

My name is John Kevin Hines. On September 25, 2000, I tried to kill myself by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. I believe that by God’s hands I failed. This wasn’t the first time that I tried to commit suicide; it was my second attempt and this time I was determined to succeed. I had felt lost since I was 16 years old. I was chronically ill with bipolar disorder and severe depression; I heard voices echoing in my head, “Jump now, you must die, you are a bad person.” And I believed them. I went out to the bridge because I, in my distorted reality, thought I was a burden to those whom I loved.


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