By Jess Murray, Truth Theory
A software company, which was founded just last year, has allowed employees to use cannabis whilst they are at work.
The company, named Denver’s Flowhub, does not allow smoking within the building, but does allow employees to eat food, fizzy drinks and juices that are infused with cannabis.
The company’s co-founders Kyle Sherman and Chase Wiseman claim that they are more focused on their employees getting their assigned work done, and if the use of marijuana helps them to get their work done then they “don’t care if they consume at work”. Continue reading These Two Companies Allow Their Employees To Use Cannabis At Work
By Lanaria Amberkira, Stop the Selfishness of Greed
Truth is far lost.
In mainstream media, alternative and social media is truth difficult to search and find. Governments and world leaders already represent not the people but the establishment. The holy books were written by the rulers in that period and manipulated, colored in their favor and their insights. Now, right now, it is important to listen to your inner voice and let your conscience speak, and of course some common sense.
Even in your own life is truth a colored truth, your truth. And it’s very easy to get lost of the path, because the truth is sometimes too hard to handle. The further you get away from your path, the further one coming from the truth and easily caught up in half-truths and lies. And what makes it worse is that the lie eventually becomes your truth and living your lifetime with lies, after you’ve lost the concept of what the real truth is and losing the child within you. Continue reading Truth Is Lost
Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time
Everything you do in life has a consequence. It is up to you if the consequence will be good or bad. While JAH has a plan, you have the ability to decide which direction your life will go.
While consequences can be daunting, they give responsibility of choice and power to act. Before taking on any challenge, evaluate the consequences and be ready to handle whatever comes your way.
By Amina Deb, In5D.com
We’ve all heard the metaphor before… The Game of Life. I find this to be a true analogy and one that assists me in navigating day to day interactions.
Using the particular game of chess as an example, chess is a game of strategy. There are rules governing how to move the different pieces and rules governing the overall game itself. To change the rules would ultimately result in an entirely different game being played.
For the time being, humanity is still playing its old version of chess (moving through life via control, manipulation & other fear based actions) while at the same time being in the giant midst of negotiating and co-creating new rules (how to move through love based actions). As our renegotiations ultimately gel into a new way of Being and living life, an entirely new game will unfold. Until we begin playing by the new rules, we still must make the best of the old rules. Continue reading How To “Win” The Game Of Life
By Harold Pease, Activist Post
On December 31, 2011, New Year’s Eve, President Barack Obama signed into law the most constitutionally damaging law in American history, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.
This New Year’s Eve we note its 5th Anniversary. Previous annual appropriations bills funding national defense were mostly procedural but it was the addition of two sections, buried deep within the over 600-page document, that potentially gutted the Bill of Rights for American citizens thought by the President to be assisting the enemy, that so upset constitutionalists and libertarians. Continue reading Fifth Anniversary Of NDAA “Indefinite Detention”
By Andrew Martin, The Lighted Ones
Sometimes the biggest hurdle on the path to healing is the surrendering of the story about still needing to be healed.
The story of needing to be healed at all only exists within the mind. Spontaneous healing is possible on all levels.
The body is hardwired with the ability to heal itself. When we allow ourselves to consistently and deliberately connect to our true selves and reside in the energy of our true state, we unlock our innate capacity for healing and wholeness. Continue reading Healed or Hanging On?
By Christina Sarich, The Mind Unleashed
Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Zen Buddhist master, Thich Nhat Hanh has a very different theory about why our ecosystems are dying and our financial systems are crumbling. The Vietnamese monk credited with bringing mindfulness to the West believes that our desperation to succeed at all costs fuels our voracious economic system. An innumerable number of worldly ‘sicknesses’ come from this singular philosophical vice. Continue reading The Economy and Success According to Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh