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To know-to lead-to live
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by Matt Idom
from Huffington Post
Seated on the front row of the second level of the Texas Tech gym makes it hard to “feel” the pomp and circumstance of the commencement proceedings as the class of 2011 marches in. This is a seat intended to place one over the fast break and the last second shot, not a daughter’s moment.
But it is a moment, a sacred moment.
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Since September 11th, the United States Department of Defense has tried to inform those in uniform about Islam in what appears to be a significant effort to avoid outbursts of Islamophobia or the mistreatment of Muslim soldiers and service personnel. Just take a quick gander at a Defense Department article from October 2001 article on “Islam Growing in America, U.S. Military”:
In the United States, Islam…
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Tender coconut water in tetra packs – product of the Karnataka milk federation within shortest period – helps to improve health condition of the people and also helps the agriculture to improve their economic condition – thanks to the tender coconut marketing federation article.
Let us co operate and help to start these kind of federation world wide.
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from Los Angeles Times
Leaders of the Claremont School of Theology will announce Monday the gift of $40 million from an Arizona couple to help expand the Christian divinity institution into a university that will include training for Jewish and Muslim clergy.
The donation from David Lincoln, a Claremont trustee, and his wife, Joan, is the largest ever to the 126-year-old…Continue
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What makes a revolution? Every case is unique. Popular uprising may be spontaneous - the explosive flames of an already primed and oiled wick - or it may be long-awaited and slow to spark. Careful analysis can often find common factors behind revolutions that tell us how humans organize, dream, and express those dreams in collective action. Informed by arguments that see religion as Marx's "opiate of the masses," scholars have long given far more attention to the economic and political…Continue
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Having finished a cycle of writing projects as part of building The Interfaith Peacebuilding and Community Revitalization (IPCR) Initiative, and having also created a website for my “Collected Writings”—this writer feels he has sufficient resources to trade with, and is seeking to re-locate to any place where there are people who can make good use of the resources he has to offer.
Recommended resources include:
1) “A Four Page Summary of The IPCR…Continue
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Yes one can, provided has to leave what not- today’s world says to live has to leave what must
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This acticle was translated by Sylvia Antaresa, source…Continue
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Twenty-eight religious leaders will converge on Canberra on 2 June to pressure the federal government to act on climate change. Representatives from many different faiths, acting under the banner of the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC), will meet with Julia…Continue
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I am sitting in Oregon, adoring the all-too-brief bouts of sunshine interrupting the more extended periods of drizzle. The sky is clouded, as it apparently often is in this part of the world, and for the first time in a while I feel like the least hipster person in the room.
I am here because I was invited to speak for the University of Oregon's Alliance of Happy Atheists (UO AHA). After my speech, they gave me their first…Continue
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Three words - Harold Camping & Rapture: Sound familiar?
Last Saturday, May 21, 2011, as 6PM neared in all the time zones around the world, Facebook and cell phones were on fire with people asking and writing, “You still there?” to “No one raptured here…yet.”
There are no definitive numbers out there on how many true followers Harold Camping had, or still has, but it is certain that he convinced many that indeed, May 21, 2011, was the beginning of the end. People sold their…Continue