Freedom from slavery celebrated
Jews around the world are celebrating the Feast of Booths, or Sukkot, commemorating the Hebrews’ freedom from slavery and sojourn through the Sinai desert. Always considered relevant, this holy day generates meditations on ecology, mysticism, and helping the homeless.
A day after the annual Jewish Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, David Letterman was ironically forced by events beyond his control into offering a comical confession about affairs with female staff and blackmail. Much like the Yom Kippur liturgy of confessing one’s sins in public. Letterman bared his soul, strongly reminiscent of the Yom Kippur confession of “unchastity”, or literally “shameful nakedness” (think of the “naked” Noah in the Bible–it is the same word).
Dalai Lama NOT in the White House
Dalai Lama: This week marks the twentieth anniversary of the Dalai Lama’s receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, yet this week he will not receive a meeting with President Barack Obama.
Ecumenical Meeting in Greece
Tantric Healer Markets . . . Herself
Sexual therapist Mere Simone offers her clients a healing touch, namely sexual intercourse as lessons in love. Inspired by books and lessons on Tantric sexual practices, Simone put her knowledge to work by helping men overcome obstacles to intimacy.
Tantric Apostle to the Russians
Swami Nostradamus Virato not only brought apocalyptic warnings of disasters during his visits to Russia, but also the good news of Tantric sex, offering Tantric “ecstasy events” to curious Russians. But why has Virato canceled all tantric tours to Russia? Was the reception colder than expected?
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