Category: Jean LeJeune

FINALLY A REASON TO LAUGH »

After all the seriousness in our times it’s a relief to find something funny. Funny how Sarah Palin makes people feel alright about being ill-informed.  Funny how huge a portion of North Americans believe that Rush Limbaugh is a reliable source of information.
Funny on John Stewart when he showed clips of the last 8 US [...]

LOVELY CHRISTIAN BABIES »

BY JEAN LEJEUNE
I was reminded this week that almost 1 in every two people in the US does not “believe’ in the science of evolution. To be in that position almost necessarily implies two things.
First,  once you don’t believe in that science, then you don’t have to believe in any science. Not the current rapid [...]

LOOK INWARD ANGEL, GO NATIVE »

LAURENS VAN DER POST’S REFLECTIONS OF CARL JUNG FROM
JUNG AND THE STORY OF OUR TIME.
EDITED BY: JEAN LEJEUNE
….it would warm me to hear him imply that the balance between the primitive and the civilized had never been honourably struck and that a great deal of the troubles of modern man came from the fact that [...]

WHERE DOES MUSIC FIT IN? »

BY: JEAN LEJEUNE
It is sometimes, even often, overwhelming to shoulder the realization that befalls us when we look honestly at what has become of Earth. Humans have just now patented their 1 billionth chemical. One patented chemical for each 6 or 7 of us. From 2 billion persons to 10 billion in our life time. [...]

WATER FALL »

BY: JEAN LEJEUNE
Now that we’ve journeyed together through politics, environment, history, the Universe and the future (remember? It belongs to the kids, we  filled our faces and left the table without paying the bill…) it feels right to look around here a bit.
It seems like just last week I wrote about the nip of crisp [...]

REMEMBER THE FUTURE? »

BY: JEAN LEJEUNE
Loyal readers have been patient with me venturing into politics, legal philosophy, economics, the media, international affairs and the Universe.  I think it’s time we ventured into the future. Remember the future? It’s a thing that belongs to the kids. It might not be a ride we’ll like, but if we stay on [...]