What We Read This Week

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 Here’s what caught our eye this week!


The Practice Days of August

The month’s leisurely pace is perfect for certain kinds of spiritual practice. Here are some ways you can rest…Read Full Article

From Spirituality and Practice


Once Again, A Call To Remember The Victims; This Time In Wisconsin

After the July 20 mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo., there were calls to focus as much or more on the victims and their stories as on the gunman.The same sort of appeals are being made in the wake of Sunday’s attack on a Sikh temple near Milwaukee, in which six people…Read Full Article

From NPR-The Two-Way


My Faith: The danger of asking God ‘Why me?’

When I was diagnosed with cancer, the question “Why me?” was a natural one. Later, when I survived but others with the same kind of cancer died, I also had to ask, “Why me…Read Full Article

From CNN-Belief Blog


How Curiosity turns Mars into a climate-change lab

Bingo. Curiosity, the car-sized mobile chemistry lab that dropped spectacularly onto the surface of Mars yesterday, will give scientists a rare chance to test…Read Full Article

From Grist


This Nationwide Drought: Bad for Food Prices and Good for Insects

The worst drought in half a century will cause food prices to skyrocket, according to the latest figures released by the USDA. More than 60 percent of the country is currently…Read Full Article

From Good


The Most Underrated Summer Olympic Sports

They’ve got power plays like hockey, penalty shots like soccer, is named after a sport that involves horses, is in water, and includes headbutting while simultaneously treading to stay afloat. What’s not to like…Read Full Article

From Beams and Struts


The Oddest, Coolest, Funnest Theory You’ll Read About Today

I think the curious little discoveries we make on a day-to-day basis equally demonstrate the veracity of Borman’s observation. Even — or perhaps especially — the seemingly insignificant ones…Read Full Article

From Beams and Struts


‘Fifty Shades’ of God

The mystics say you can find God anywhere. I believe many women have found him in “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The trilogy has sold more than 10 million copies…Read Full Article

From Washington Post-On Faith

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