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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! ECONOMICS Looks Like The Cauliflower Price Crisis Is Over Canada’s food-price crunch may not be over yet, but at least cauliflower fans can breathe a sigh of relief.…Read Full Article From Huffington Post Canada CHURCH ‘Everyone is […]

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Burnaby Mountain and the Practice of Satya


by Andy Sinclair Yoga, for me, is a path into spirituality. When I first began to study it, I learned about the eight limbs, or branches, of ashtanga yoga. That was interesting. However, I mostly wanted to learn about the third limb, asana – the postures. I loved being effortful and physical and it was […]

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Connected to the Land


by Donna Sinclair A long long time ago I was a mystic. I remember it well. I was about five years old. We lived on an island in Lake Temagami. My father had placed me in the bow of the rowboat, and I trailed my hand in the water and understood that the lake and […]

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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! HEALTH Kraft is making its SpongeBob SquarePants mac & cheese slightly more natural The neon sheen of Kraft’s macaroni and cheese is kind of iconic, but it’s also just as artificial as it looks — the sauce […]

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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! CANADA Campaign aims to make O Canada lyrics gender neutral again A group of well-known Canadian women has started a campaign calling for more gender-neutral language in the English lyrics of ‘O Canada.’ The group wants the […]

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Reconfiguring the Enemy


by Susan McCaslin Lately I’ve been learning how to see the “enemy” as a potential friend who might not be so “other” as first assumed. I became involved recently in a local grassroots effort to save an endangered mature rainforest near my home in British Columbia – a 25-acre parcel of land filled with western […]

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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! NEWS You could adopt the kittens who shut down the New York subway The mischievous kitties who shut down a stretch of the B and Q lines in Brooklyn yesterday were finally captured, hours after MTA officials […]

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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! ANIMALS Dolphin escapes captivity, reunites with its pod in the open ocean In 2009, along the waters off Jeju Island in South Korea, a ten-year-old female dolphin was mistakenly captured in a fishing net. But instead being […]

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What We Read This Week


Here’s what caught our eye this week! FOOD The Weirdest, Most Interesting Ice Cream Flavors in Washington Washington’s notorious heat affords a few pleasures, none quite as appreciated as the license to eat ice cream like it’s the only food group that matters during summertime. But no longer are we slaves to plain old vanilla…Read […]

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Finding Your Inner Nomad


by Bruce Sanguin This posting originally appeared on Bruce Sanguin’s blog IfDarwinPrayed.com. Visit his blog for more postings, webinars, and podcasts on Evolutionary Christianity. For most of human history, we were nomadic. We lived closer to Earth, according to her rhythms and cycles. We took what Earth provided, recognizing that we were dependent upon, and […]

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