Article 25: By the beginning of the Permian, many of the continents of today meet in supercontinent Pangea. The end of the Permian is the largest mass extinction recorded in the history of life on Earth.
Article 24: The Carboniferous Period answers the question "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" definitely. This period is famous for its vast swamp forests, the primary source of the carbon for the coal beds we are burning
Article 23: The Devonian is notable for the rapid diversification in fish. Near the end of this period, a mass extinction event occurs, considered to be the second of the 'big five' mass extinction events of Earth’s history.
Article 22: The Silurian sees the healing of the Earth. The warm, stable climate provides for one of the most significant developments: the arrival of the first plants to colonize the land.
Don’t let negative thoughts control your self-image. It’s your actions that really define you, says Susan David in 'The Guardian' on April 20, 2016.
Arjuna shares some thoughts, reflections and prophecies about what should be the most significant Earth Day Celebration in its 46 years long history.
Beloved Osho, Why have human beings gone through this struggle since the very beginning? Were there not already highly developed civilizations living on this earth? And yet their consciousness got lost and man had to start all over again.
Sangit Om reviews Chinmaya Dunster's latest album.
Rajan Thapaliya reports in The World Post about spiritual places to visit in Nepal; published on April 27, 2016.
Mark the date: 10th May 2016. Dhyan Prasada (Amelia Campbell) writes:
Nirjara. It is one of the most important words in the Eastern search for truth.
Beloved Osho, In the last few weeks you have been talking a lot about the world running fast towards a dead end, without showing any more hope that things will ever change.
Q: Is there a way, apart from occultism, to know intellectually about the soul and its rebirth?
"The philosophy of positive thinking means being untruthful; it means being dishonest. It means seeing a certain thing and yet denying what you have seen; it means deceiving yourself and others."