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Salem-News.com (Mar-30-2015 17:15)
The Healing Power of MeditationDr. William T. Hathaway Salem-News.com
Transcendental Meditation produces mental and physical rest that is twice as deep as in sleep.
(OLDENBURG, Germany) -
I suffered a brain injury at birth. An EEG test showed chaotic, abnormal brain waves, and in school I had attention deficit disorder. I couldn't concentrate and my thoughts were cloudy. My grades were mediocre, and I flunked out of my first university.
Salem-News.com (Sep-30-2014 22:32)
Shell-Shocked Syrian Town Freed After Savage MassacreDr. Franklin Lamb Salem-News.com / With the Syrian Army
291 Days of ‘Islamic Justice’
(Adra al-Omal, DAMASCUS, Syria) -
Last week’s battle for Adra al-Omalia was a significant turning point. The town is now liberated but the story of what took place here over the past 291 days is presently emerging, and it is a horrifying one.
Salem-News.com (Sep-25-2014 13:12)
Street Scenes from a Damascus NeighborhoodDr. Franklin Lamb Salem-News.com
Da’ish (IS), FSA and al Nusra Compete for Dwindling Support...
(Barzeh neighborhood, Damascus) -
Changes are underway in Damascus’s suburban neighborhoods. In some of these neighborhoods there are few families’ left—only fighters. But in others, residents are trickling back in (or in some cases never even left) despite the danger.
Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2014 14:53)
EU Sanctions Target Humanitarian AidDr. Franklin Lamb Salem-News.com
Hindering Restoration of Global Heritage in Syria...
(DAMASCUS, Syria) -
Today, a civilization that used to lead the world and for centuries was the beacon of learning, tolerance and trade, and that still protects our global cultural heritage, is damaged—and only the Syrian people can rebuild it for all of us. We need to help them.
Salem-News.com (May-31-2014 08:31)
Syrians Working to Preserve Jewish Cultural HeritageDr. Franklin Lamb Salem-News.com
A volunteer with the Sabra-Shatila Scholarship Program, Franklin Lamb is in Syria doing research.
(Jewish Quarter, DAMASCUS) -
It’s always encouraging when one comes upon some inspiring human enterprise, here in Syria or elsewhere, that refutes the worn shibboleths and clichés about how this or that group, or this or that religion, hates others and won’t cease targeting them until they are destroyed and burning in Hell.
Salem-News.com (May-11-2014 10:58)
World Indigenous Domestic Violence and Indigenous Health Conferences Slated for December in QueenslandSalem-News.com
Calling for papers - second and last round reopen until May 31st
Greetings to the Indigenous Peoples of the World from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, the fist people Australia. Indigenous Conference Services is proud to host two great world conferences the 2014 World Indigenous Health Conference and the World Indigenous Domestic Violence Conference.
Salem-News.com (May-10-2014 19:11)
Honestly, War is OverDave Swanson Salem-News.com
Remarks in Los Angeles, May 10, 2014.
(LOS ANGELES) -
When we start talking about ending war, one common reaction -- not as common as "You're a lunatic," but fairly common -- is to propose that if we want to get rid of war we'll have to get rid of something else first, or sometimes it's a series of something elses.
Salem-News.com (May-06-2014 23:29)
Human Emotions: Genetically Programmed or Socially Learned?Robert J. Burrowes Salem-News.com
In contrast to the philosopher Descartes: I feel, therefore I am.
It is easy to fall into the trap of assuming that each human being has a more or less identical range of emotions. This is not so.
Salem-News.com (Apr-28-2014 17:41)
Middle, Rich, Poor: Why Inequality MattersSalem-News.com
The talk is organized by the Oregon Center for Public Policy and co-sponsored by the Salem Progressive Film Series.
Come listen to one of the nation's foremost experts on income inequality, David Cay Johnston, on May 3 in Salem. This event is free and open to the public.
Salem-News.com (Apr-23-2014 20:14)
Musical Notes Can Carry A Great TuneTim King Salem-News.com
Tim King interviews Michael Krapovicky.
(AUBURN, ME) -
Tim King: Michael, your music has a unique sound, strong and reminiscent of some of the really nice songs from the 70's through today, what is your inspiration?