Zen Master Alan Watts on the Mind & Ethics

Alan Watts – You have a soul, you are not your mind, though perhaps here as the existentialists say, “existence precedes essence” — Alan Watts: “leave your mind alone. It will quiet itself.” To think about thinking is a cardinal error Just do your thinking, pay a LOT of attention to what’s going on around you, don’t “skip steps” and try to enjoy life. Alan Watts speak on worrying and compulsive thinking. As Jesus said, “will worrying the morrow so much as add a cubit to your height?” The martial artist Bruce Lee said, “What worries you, mastersyou.” This is profound, and Zen has many answers for us. Read More …

Poverty, Self-actualization, Maslow, the Hierarchy of Needs and Acceptance

Discusses the relation between human psychology and human ecology, and its relation to morality, with an appeal to everyone for a more moral future, and in terms of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, an approach marrying humanism and Christian morality. Read More …

Zen Master Alan Watts on Seeing Through The Net

Alan Watts asks the question: Can we move beyond “Linear Thinking,” enhance our brains and minds enough and start loving and trusting each other enough so that we might avoid extinction as a species? Read More …

OK, Automation and Artificial Intelligence & Robots. In the name of God Don’t Forget Compassion for the Common Man

The Daily Walk with Love — OK, artificial intelligence and automation are the course for the future. We HAVE to ALL OF US make sure that the common man has a decent future, too. Or else you are basically embarking on a course of cultural genocide, and believe me, God is real, and He will Read More …

The Two Wolves Inside Each of Us

The Two Wolves Inside Each of us is not original to The Daily Walk, although the wording is my own. Here is some original, magical Cherokee folk wisdom, passed down through the generations, from father (or grandfather) to child. I came across this while writing for another website I used to own, Evans Politics. I am not sure, but I think it might be among the several public
domain stories-articles from Dr. Len Kempo’s website. See if perhaps, since it is memorable, you might want to re-tell this wonderful storie to your child. Read More …