• Articles

    Buying an apartment in Spain

    Many people who have even once been to Spain, begin to think about how to buy their own property there. Some of them even want to move to the land of eternal sun, so that in the end you can…

  • Spiritual articles

    4 Reasons People Burn Incense

    Since ancient times, incense has managed to maintain a captivating hold upon society. It’s fragrant aromas seem able to transport us to faraway lands and allow us to experience the fruits of another culture’s way of life. However, today times…

  • Questions and answers

    What is cannabidiol

    Everyone knows that marijuana has intoxicating, narcotic properties. And people are brought into a state of drug intoxication by certain psychoactive substances. One of the most famous is tetrahydrocannabinol, which anyone who has anything to do with cannabis has heard…

  • Articles

    Why Is There Peace?

    Over the past century, violent images from World War II concentration camps, Cambodia, Rwanda, Darfur, Iraq, and many other times and places have been seared into our collective consciousness.

  • Articles

    Who Cares?

    The General Social Survey (GSS) has tracked the whims and trends in American social life for more than three decades.

  • Articles

    The Power of One

    At least 200,000 people have been killed in Darfur, more than one million Ethiopians starved to death in the mid-1980s, and an estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed in 100 days in 1994—all as the world looked on.

  • Articles

    More than a Feeling

    Empathy is a sweet impulse, sure enough. Through it people experience the suffering of others, and are led to selfless, often breathtaking, acts of charity.

  • Articles

    You Can’t Buy Empathy

    “It’s not what you know but who you know,” the saying goes, suggesting that social connections breed success. But it seems there’s at least one way that the rich are less socially connected: New research finds that upper class people…