A Path With Some Typical New Age Pitfalls
In the summer of 1987, I was on an airplane from New Delhi to Paris. I had just spent two months in India, and my head was in a state of perpetual spin. I had brought a journal with me, but I hadn’t been able to write anything.
The Shadow and the Myth
By dint of executing a Jewish prophet 2,000 years ago, Pontius Pilate became the most famous Roman governor in history. Had he known why his name would be remembered in perpetuity, he might have preferred anonymity.