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Elder Epiphanios Theodoropoulos: On Psychoanalysis

Elder Epiphanios Theodoropoulos

Elder Epiphanios Theodoropoulos was asked: “Elder, it is known that a percentage of psychiatrists considers continence during a young age as a cause of psychiatric illnesses. What can we answer them?” He answered: “This viewpoint of theirs is mistaken and the explanation for this is very simple. All those who visit the psychiatrist are ill. No one who is healthy ... Read More »

The Limits of Secularism and the Search for Meaning

Author: Jonathan Sacks – ABC Religion and Ethics  – 17 May 2012 (Source: http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2012/05/17/3505407.htm) Religion survives because it answers three questions: Who am I? Why am I here? How shall I live? We will always ask these questions, and religion has always been our greatest heritage of meaning. In 2000, the Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam published a book called Bowling ... Read More »