Video Interview with the British biologist Dr Rupert Sheldrake
Part 1/4: Do we need religion?
According to Martinus, the modern culture that we know today is a transitional phenomenon, where we at one and the same time experience the downfall of an old culture and the birth of a new ...
“But you don’t even believe in God!” his wife said angrily next to him in bed, looking at their joint incomes with a view to buying a new house. “So why should you go ...
One of the greatest causes of sorrow is the everyday phenomenon we call “death”. Every single day millions of people die all over the world, and every day millions of people – in fact an ...
The fear of death is there in every uninitiated person's breast. Parents are afraid that death will strike down their sick child, and the child is afraid that death will strike down its sick parents. ...
It must be a fact for everyone who thinks about it that they will die some day. Most people do not think about it except when friends or relatives die, and it is at closer ...
"Who am I?" . . . "Do suffering and death have any meaning?" . . . "What is the significance of love?" At the age of 30 the Danish writer and mystic Martinus (1890-1981) had ...
The Martinus Institute
Mariendalsvej 94 – 96
Editors: Anne Pullar and Andrew Brown
Web editor: Peter Bendtsen
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