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As the sun sets over a serene stretch of the mighty Ganges, a pair of smooth, grey dolphins arch gracefully out of the water, bringing hope that wildlife can again call India’s great river home.
Millions of Indians along the banks of the 2,500 km (1,550 mile)-long Ganges depend on the river, but unchecked levels of agricultural, industrial and domestic waste have poured in over…Continue
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From Huffington Post/RNS
By Francis X. Rocca
Religion News Service
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Benedict XVI told scientists that their research can lead to knowledge of God by revealing the natural order of the universe.
The pope made his remarks on Thursday (Oct. 28) before a plenary session of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences at the…Continue
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Living a truly ethical life,
Kemetic thought for the day
Living a truly ethical life, putting the needs of others first and providing for their happiness, has tremendous implications for society.
Pharaoh & Spiritual leader of the Kemetic Federation & Faith.
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by Janaan Hashim
While wrapping up our one-week visit to Israel and Palestine, human nature’s ugly face left its mark in a house of worship. Not associated with the Nobel Women’s Initiative, a sister delegate and I embarked on our own to offer our support in the small village of Beit Fajjar in Palestine.
The mosque was,…Continue
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Here is an editorial published today in the Los Angeles Times on an important subject that should be considered and publicized to raise awareness ...
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Today is the funeral of Freda mother of Barry our spiritual leader. We ask for your prayers and offerings for her on this sad day.
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Can people strengthen the brain circuits associated with happiness and positive behavior, just as we’re able to strengthen muscles with exercise?
Richard Davidson, who for decades has practiced Buddhist-style meditation – a form…Continue
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My dearest friends,
Let me have good news for you all which beside of spiritual activities you can involved. …
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By Stephen Whitty
Religion News Service
(RNS) The New Testament warns about trying to serve two masters. But lately Hollywood’s ordered up a rewrite.
Moviemakers would prefer to have it both ways. And so multiplexes have been crowded with films that wrestle with spiritual questions even while battling for box-office…Continue
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From The Washington Post
By Brad Hirschfield
Like pretty much everything else, God can be found on Google. And this week, with the help of Google Street View, you don’t even have to search for images of the Divine to find you.
This image, captured by the Street View feature of ubiquitous searcher (a fact about Google which may hint at the search engine…Continue
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From The Daily Beast
I Am a Professional Laugher
I have been confronted with many difficulties throughout the course of my life, and my country is going through a critical period. But I laugh often, and my laughter is contagious. When people ask me how I find the strength to laugh now, I reply that I am a professional laugher.…Continue
The United Nations General Assembly passes a stack of resolutions every year and many of them go all but unnoticed. One such document just approved in New York established a new World Interfaith Harmony Week. High-minded resolutions put most news junkies to sleep, so it’s probably no surprise this one got such scant media coverage (see…Continue
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Compassion belongs to every sphere
Kemetic thought for the day
Compassion belongs to every sphere of activity, including, of course, the workplace.
Pharaoh and Spirtual leader of the Kemetic Federation and Faith.
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