In his usual fashion, Mr. Hall delivers a modern message that is just as important and relevant now as it was almost 60 years ago. He talks about the Press (newspapers, television, radio, etc) and how the responsibility is on each and every one of us to process this information properly. He also speaks about politics, political leaders and how, again, the individual is most responsible for their own governance.

From: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lrPku03dCM

Looks at Namaqualand in southwest Africa, composed primarily of desert, rocks and mountains and how it can support over 4,000 species of flowers, but still exists as a delicate system of plants and animals.

An examination of the pros and cons of the debate about the existence of the legendary underwater city of Atlantis.

Horizon S11E33 This is a report by Horizon on Transcendental Meditation, or TM, brought to the West by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

Examines scientific efforts to save endangered flora from extinction and to make existing plants more useful to humans. Examines the efforts of the botanist James Aronson, who has created an experimental garden containing plants that need little water or irrigation

Meet animals with jumping power. Prepare to be amazed as little-known creatures rise to the top of the list when it comes to jumping ability.

In Greek mythology the Titanomachy, or War of the Titans, was the ten-year series of battles which were fought in between the two camps of deities long before the existence of modern mankind: the Titans of Atlantis versus the Olympian Gods and their allies.

February 21, 1973 - Delivered at the University of California, Los Angeles.

So these two senses of identity—the particular who I am, and the fact that I also realize that I am finally identical with what there is; you know, with the whole thing that’s going on. I mean, the two go together. They’re not antithetical in any way. The second one is basic, because that’s the way you felt when you were a baby. You have what Freud calls the oceanic feeling. And you knew that you were—you didn’t have words to put it in—but you knew that you were this jazz, whatever it is that is. And you made no distinction between the knower and the known, the voluntary and the involuntary, the doing and the happening. There was just this jazz. You knew that perfectly well as a baby. But then they came and put it on you that you were different, see? They wanted you to be something particular. And, well, so you learned that. Well, they put it on you so heavily that you forgot the first thing.

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Photo: Pike National Forest, Rampart Range

Examines the migratory behavior of animal species ranging from bacteria to trumpeter swans.

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Explores the hidden treasures of our ancestors as we uncover the secrets of these mysterious ancient cities. In a world of frequent invasions and competition among warring tribes, the cities of the Romans were a stamp of solidity, unifying a multitude of cultures.

"The Secret Garden" probes the "suburban jungle" of bugs, slugs, birds, snakes and wildlife that inhabit backyard gardens. Included: mating snails that "touch each other with shameless abandon"; a beetle with a taste for tadpoles; weeds that vie for space and light.

The Roman city of Pompeli and it's destruction is the subject of this episode, which turns out to be one of the best of the series. We start off learning about the city and the various warnings that the people had that the volcano was dangerous.

Field investigators take us to ancient Greece, to an island that exploded with devastating force. Remains of a palace were discovered on the island of Crete beneath volcanic ash.

From their mythical home on Mount Olympus, the Greek gods were an integral part of life. Explore the fascinating story of these enduring figures in this program. See the art that has persevered their images and the temples built in their honor.

The Black Sea is a place of great mystery and antiquity. Ancient legends describe a time when the oceans rose above the land, causing an entire civilization to vanish beneath the cold waters of this ocean region. Could this be the great flood described in the Bible during the time of Noah?

Originally titled: How Emotions can Contribute to Spiritual Growth
Recorded in front of a live audience in Los Angeles on August 22, 1965

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3gKHFcpExU

The Great Pyramid of Giza, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Colossus of Rhodes, Temple of Artemis, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Pharos of Alexandria


So this, you see, is the problem of all self-conscious beings. They feel responsibility, then they feel responsible for being responsible, and responsible for being responsible for being responsible. And there’s no end to it. So then, in this obscure way, everybody wants to get back to the golden age. But they say, “If I just acted as I felt and was completely spontaneous, goodness only knows what would happen!” Jesus, you see, said to do that. He did! And everybody reads it in the King James Bible, where it means nothing:


Take no thought for the morrow

What ye shall eat, what ye shall drink,

And wherewithal ye shall be clothed.

Consider the lilies of the field; how they grow.

They toil not, neither do they spin.

But I say unto you that Solomon in all his glory

Was not arrayed like one of these.

Now, if God so clothed the grass of the field,

Which today is and tomorrow is cast into the oven,

Shall he not much more clothe you, oh ye of little faith?


Oh, I mean, it sounds lovely read in church. But what it says—everybody says, “Uh, uh, uh, uh! No! That’s the Sermon on the Mount, and that’s not practical. Nobody can do that. That may be for a few saints, but after all, in our practical life as practicing Christians in the modern world, we can’t do that kind of thing.”


Well, isn’t that funny! Why can’t you do it? I mean, that’s the real reason for saying it in the first place. Jesus said many very strange things. For example, in the parable of the Pharisee in the Publican: how the Pharisee goes up into the front row and says how good he is, and that he has fulfilled all his obligations and paid the tithes. And then there’s this publican who goes into the back and sits there and beats his breast and says, “God be merciful to me, a sinner.” And Jesus says, “Now, that man was the right man. He was justified.” But the moment he’s told that story, everybody creeps into the back row and says, “God be merciful to me, a sinner.” And they’re all in the front row again. Nobody can do it, you see? That’s why the story is told.


In the same way, he says: “Take no thought for the morrow”—stop being anxious! Like going to a psychiatrist and he says to you, “Oh, don’t worry. Stop being nervous.” Can you? See, nobody can. And also, they find out, you see, that really, in the end, nobody can be God, nobody can make life any better by being responsible about it. Because whatever you gain in that direction, you lose at the same time. By being responsible we’ve created civilization, medicine, care of the poor—everything. But what a headache the thing has become. As we solve all our problems, we make more problems. Every problem you solve gives you ten new problems. I’m not saying don’t do that, but don’t think you’re going to get anywhere by doing that. That’s one way of arranging it—that’s one kind of dance you can have—is to improve everything and have technology. But it doesn’t really solve anything. And it’s only in the moment, you see, when you fully understand that your situation as a human being is completely insoluble—that there is no answer, and that you give up looking for the answer—that’s whew! That’s nirvāṇa. And that’s how Buddhism works.

Source: https://www.organism.earth/library/document/thusness

Photo: Pikes Peak, Colorado


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