"This looks to be another impressive work by Eneyo, who is on my radar as a unique contemporary philosopher, with a theology background, who continues to promote the 'better side of human beings' by including in that exploration the fundamental layer…"
"In the Preface, the internationally-renowned organizational development consultant/author Margaret J. Wheatley, wrote, "The real gift of this book, small in size yet bounteous in teachings, is what it asks of us. We must step forward with these…"
"A colleague emailed me: "I am getting exponentially happier as the hour of Trump's exit approaches. I have been listening to Brené Brown about the insurrection. I like that she talks about how un-useful shaming is in dealing with the people who…"
"Congratulations Michael! Nothing is more satisfying to a seeker than pursuing a pet subject that deals with the mysterious riddles of magnificent life. The quest for truth in the unexplored cosmos of fear-fearlessness continuum has always been so…"
"A few colleagues responded by email: "Thanks Michael. Indeed i 'fear' the whole culture is gradually being driven into insanity, largely through the absolute disallowing of critical thought in all major forms of social media. I'm quite serious about…"
" Note: Mr. Kumar has also just written an article and published it in India on the issues of Jan. 6, 2021
Your (Michael) note on Capitol Hill in FM Ning blog the other day prompted me to write a piece on the same issue by incorporating my response…"
"I appreciate the unique and considered views of BMK here, and as he is a life-long police officer and leader within that profession, I think he has offered good thoughts and at the same time, I am always uncomfortable (theoretically,…"
"The Capitol Hill attack reminds me of Indian Parliament attack of 2001 in New Delhi. The main difference between the two events is that the culprits in the former incident are reportedly supporters of a political party and in the case of the latter,…"
"I think Michael that you have touched the core of one of the most mysterious dilemmas of humankind- hope. Truly it drives the minds in confusing yet believable manner. Most of its outcomes end in tragic despairs, only to be fortified by hope again.…"
"Thanks Dr. Kizel for posting this 2016 article. Much of its contents are things I too have grappled with re: education, development of intelligence in children etc., although I see your speciality, unlike mine, is in nurturing philosophy in…"
"Congratulations to Subba's ongoing research and writing to unravel aspects of history via his philosophy of fearism, his fearist lens, and his methodology of dephilosophy. I have not followed all his new arguments for some years, but I know he has…"