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See - Dr. Dan Siegel's unique ability to make complicated scientific concepts easy to understand

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I enjoy Dan Siegel's work. My name is Don. 

Published on Aug 13, 2013
Dr. Dan Siegel's unique ability to make complicated scientific concepts easy to understand and exciting has led him to be invited to address diverse local, national and international groups of mental health professionals, neuroscientists, corporate leaders, educators, parents, public administrators, healthcare providers, policy-makers, and clergy. He has been invited to lecture for the King of Thailand, Pope John Paul II, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Google University, and TedEx. Dr. Siegel provides keynote addresses, plenary talks, workshops, live video streaming and webcasts. For more information, please visit:


John C. Lennox in Prague 2014 - 6th of November 2014 at 6pm

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I find John Lennox, to be a great discussion visitor to listen to.

This is a power lesson, which the audience really appreciated.

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Published on Nov 11, 2014
Date: 6th of November 2014 at 6pm
Place: The main lecture hall of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University
Organized by: Univerzity Christian Association ( and the Faculty of Arts of  Charles University.
At the lecture, prof. John Lennox presents two systems of thinking which seem to go against each other: a materialistic one (Does only this world exist, only substance?) and a theistic one (does something, which transcendents the substance, exist, too?). There is no simple answer to this introductory question. If there was, all scientists would be atheists
and not one of them would have been a theist. The conflict is not between science and faith, but between two thinking systems which go against each other, the materialistic one on one side and the theistic one on the other. Science lies between them, To which one of these systems do the proofs of science lean towards? To dedicate one's self to science requires faith in the understability of the universe, an assumption that the universe is based on order which the scientists are able to discover.

Prof. Lennox explains the consequences and implications of both views for science and at the same time comments logical mistakes or incorrect assumptions or options, which the representatives of New atheism offer. At the presentation, you will be challenged to consider whether despite the generally widespread concept of 'religion stopping or limiting scientific work', the theistic view of the world is not a better start for the development of science than the materialistic one.
The lecture will also be published with Czech sub-titles within 3 weeks from publishing this file.
This video will also be available with Czech subtitles within 3 weeks after publishing this file.



The Heart - Not the Ego - The Creative Power of Dreaming - DjW

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You can walk in ....and over, where no floor exists.
Fly in if you wish to. In here you have no body.
Be a "Super Man, with his Lady Friend."

It is an OBE!
Become an Architect of the Future World we will create.

My Name is Don

There isn't a better place to live in;
"The Mind."
It has no beginning and no end.
It builds "One Story"covering up all past and what we learned.

Leave all that you have collected back in the Brain-Time.
No floors to clean; just create until your heart is content.

This is "Loving .....the Verb ....and not the Noun."

Know "Your Reason for Living"  let go of Ego.