Judeo-Christian Roots Beginning of Misuse of Religion by Political Powers

by Robert Hamilton I think it will be enlightening to look back into the very roots of our religious and cultural identities, to see where our gods have come from and what defined our relationships with them. Historically the Judeo-Christian religions were, once established, all pervading in their control over Continue Reading

Kidneys Matter

by Sudha Hamilton Published in WellBeing Magazine In our western health culture the kidneys are perhaps one of the most invisible and possibly neglected bodily organs. These two vaguely bean shaped organs are located near our spine at the small of the back, just below the liver and spleen. Responsible, Continue Reading

Ageing Affects on Our Consciousness

by Sudha Hamilton Published in WellBeing Magazine “O, what a world of unseen visions and heard silences, this insubstantial country of the mind! What ineffable essences, these touchless rememberings and unshowable reveries! And the privacy of it all! A secret theatre of speechless monologue and prevenient counsel, an invisible mansion of Continue Reading

A Lot of Contentious Christian Ideology

by Robert Hamilton In this essay, I will be critically assessing the argument, put forward by Robert Di Vito in his published article, “Old Testament Anthropology and the Construction of Personal Identity,” that Lot’s contentious offering of his daughters to a ‘mob’ of men in Genesis 19 is an example Continue Reading

Art of Coffee Making an Oral Fetish

The Art of Coffee Making by Sudha Hamilton I stand before my three espresso machines like a conductor before his orchestra. Two are gurgling out hot black liquid and one is issuing forth vaporous steam. The aroma is sweet and aromatic. My hands move swiftly to cease the flow on Continue Reading