SBNR Daily 10-26-10: Continuous Postcard


No Trick or Treats, The Dalai Lama’s Star Power, Hollywood Gets Spiritual…

SBNR Daily 10-26-10: Continuous Postcard


People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think that what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonances within our own innermost being and reality, so that we actually feel the rapture of being alive.

From: Power Of Myth
By Joseph Campbell


1. Stephen Whitty: Hollywood Probes Spiritual Subjects Without Getting Preachy
“… multiplexes have been crowded with films that wrestle with spiritual questions even while battling for box-office attention. “

2. Brett Gundlock: Dalai Lama Brings Star Power To Rogers Centre
“It has become commonplace to call the head of the Gelugpa Buddhist sect a rock star but in certain respects the comparison works.”

3. Mark Silk: What The First Amendment Intends
“The central issue here is the obligation Americans are under to make policy based on what is sometimes called public reason.”


1. CNN: Can Meditation Change Your Brain?
Contemplative Neuroscientists Believe It Can

“Can people strengthen the brain circuits associated with happiness and positive behavior, just as we’re able to strengthen muscles with exercise? Richard Davidson…insists that we can.”

2. The Washington Post: Swiss Catholics Split Over Condom Distribution
“Catholic churches in the central Swiss city of Lucerne have sparked controversy among believers with an AIDS awareness campaign that involves giving teenagers condoms bearing the slogan “protect thy neighbor as thyself.”

3. The Times-Picayune: No Trick, No Treats: Parish Bans Halloween On Sunday
“Livingston Parish forbids the observance of Halloween on a Sunday. So this year for the first time, in unincorporated parts of the parish of 120,000, Halloween is on Monday, Nov. 1.”


“We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they’re called memories. Some take us forward, they’re called dreams.”
~ Jeremy Irons

This film is constructed with 2,467 still images, or postcards from the creator’s experience in Paris…:


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