Human Potential

We Have Lost Our Moral Compass

by Jack Nadel

During the past year, we have been flooded with bad news. Daily reports of plunging markets, fading companies, and mammoth industries in danger of extinction have all but destroyed our faith in the American Dream. Every segment of our society has been hit hard! Homeowners have had to face the fact that they were way overextended and were facing foreclosure and possible bankruptcy. On the super wealthy front, people and institutions have been hit with massive frauds that have destroyed their savings and hopes for the future.

Treating for Abundance and Supply in Challenging Economic Times

These economic times are stirring great anxiety among many; and at, we wish to share the thought that it is more important now than ever to remember that the Universe is infinitely abundant, which it surely is, and that as individuals we can connect in mindset and consciousness with this Infinite Spirit of Abundance.

In Pursuit of Happiness

By Stephen Post

The words “’tis more blessed to give than to receive” echo down the centuries in the famous prayer of St. Francis of Assisi, “not so much to be loved as to love,” and in Shakespeare’s renowned lines on the “quality of mercy” that blesses the giver as well as the receiver. The paradox is that in the giving of self lies the unsought discovery of a happier self. The echo is heard in modern times as well. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself….” Dr. Albert Schweitzer affirmed, “The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” Dickens captured the refrain in the person of Scrooge, for whom buoyancy returns with each new expression of benevolence. Does happiness really ensue from benevolent love?

Interview with Isha

Author of Why Walk When You Can Fly

How would you describe your book Why Walk When You Can Fly?

The beauty of Why Walk When You Can Fly is that it provides a simple “how to” guide for the expansion of consciousness that teaches the reader how to love themselves unconditionally. The tools within the book, known as “facets”, expand consciousness very rapidly, allowing you to take this inner experience into your everyday life. The book gives you the answer to one very profound question that is essential to the life of any human being, and that is, what does it mean to love myself?

Soul Currency: Invest Your Inner Wealth

By Ernest D. Chu

[Editor's Note: Ernest Chu, a leading corporate finance expert, visionary, and strategic advisor to some of Amer ica’s best run companies, has created more than $1 billion in market value for his clients. Of equal importance to his business activities, Ernie currently serves as assistant pastor at Religious Science Ft. Lauderdale, the largest Religious Science church in the Southeast. His website is
The following article is based on his newly-released book, "Soul Currency: Investing Your Inner Wealth for Fulfillment & Abundance." It is followed by an extended conversation with Ernie, which we recommend you read].

The Value of Solitude

Editor's Note: Robert Kull, author of Solitude: Seeking Wisdom In Extremes (New World Library) has written the following article entitled, "The Value of Solitude." You may also wish to read the recent Vancouver Sun article summarizing his experience by clicking here:

Advice to Entrepreneurs: Believe in Yourself...Own Your Idea

by Jack Nadel

After 60 years as an international entrepreneur, I am very grateful that I found my career path early and enjoyed every minute of it. There is a certain quality in the American lifestyle that encourages us to accept the free enterprise challenge. One must accept an adventurous life, and must have a cast iron stomach as well as a creative mind.


by Mike Schwager

Television has not yet actualized its potential nor realized its responsibilty to humankind. The most powerful medium on the planet, the medium that has the greatest impact on individual and collective consciousness, has fallen far short of its ability to enrich and empower our lives. If someone would argue that this is not television's mission, I would then ask them to please explain what they think constitutes that mission. Surely, it must be more than purpose as a description of function. We all know that television transmits programming; and that this programming is generally intended to entertain or inform.

My Father’s Greatest Lesson To Me Was His Life

by Mike Schwager

My father’s name was Owen, a name he gave to himself upon coming to the United States as a refugee from Nazi Germany. Though he was not a concentration camp inmate, Dad was nonetheless a Holocaust survivor and a decorated war hero. He was a strong man, and yet a kind man, and I learned from him that strength and kindness were not incompatible bedfellows.

Interview with Stephen Covey

The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness

by Sharif Khan

“The call and need of a new era is for greatness. It’s for fulfillment, passionate execution and significant contribution.”

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