Archive | May, 2016

What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! HUMANITY Walls Of Kindness: The Charitable Movement In Iran The spread of grassroots charity has also sparked a debate about the failure of the Iranian government to support its poor, so many of whom have been hit […]

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What We Read This Week


  Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! FAITH Anglicans at a crossroads It’s going to be a busy summer for the Anglican Church of Canada. In July, the General Synod meets and one of the most divisive issues will be a motion from […]

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Failing to rein in our reptile brain


by Jim Taylor Originally found on Jim Taylor’s Weblog: Musings of Jim Taylor The video camera caught him at it, shortly before Remembrance Day last November. A youngish white male in a black hoodie swiped a charity donation box off a counter. He lifted the whole box of poppies and the donation canister, glanced up […]

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What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! SPIRITUALITY Spiritual Practices for Difficult Times: 9 Practices for times when world events overwhelm us and we feel defeated We may feel powerless in the face of the large and small hostilities lacerating our planet, but we […]

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What We Read This Week


Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week! LIFESTYLE What will you miss? We often become so consumed by the work, that we lose sight of what’s most important…Read Full Article From Linkedin SOCIETY Married to Mental Illness The Mental Health Commission of Canada outlined […]

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Beauty and Time


By Donna Sinclair This piece was an excerpt from The Long View. The maple is dropping tiny red blooms on the deck and the tulips are opening too fast. The shady side yard is a sea of white trilliums and I panic slightly whenever I walk through it. (Do not pick the provincial flower. Big […]

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