Barcelona’s Chief Rabbi warns his fellow Jews to get out while they can. Not everyone agrees.
Three steps to embrace the ever-present meaning in our lives.
Hasidic actor Menashe Lustig tells his unlikely story – going from grocery clerk in Borough Park to critically acclaimed actor.
No one can help you grow unless you take responsibility for yourself.
How to fight the back to school blues.
The last month of the Jewish calendar is actually the most important serving as preparation for the High Holidays.
Since the early 14th century, the Franciscans have kept August 19th as the feast of St Louis, bishop of Toulouse and son of Charles II of the royal house of Anjou. In the year 1285, when he was eleven, his father received the crown of Naples from the Pope, but at that time, was being held as a hostage by the King of Aragon. Show More Summary
Everyone has one great airline story. Here’s mine.
They also discussed an unhinged pastor from New Zealand, Tim Allen's ignorance of evolution, and the Juggalos.
The researchers were able to put a number on the alt-right's views, but they used scientific illiteracy to get there.
If your beliefs are transformed because the moon passes in front of the sun, let's admit they weren't on solid ground to begin with.
Think before you speak. Here is an acronym to help you think before you speak for the work think. #think The tongue is powerful! The post Before you speak … THINK! (acronym) appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. ©2004-2017 by Steve Patterson of Courageous Christian Father.
Written in 1975 but so apt for us to day in our frantic paced world.In the midst of my confusionIn the time of desperate needWhen I am thinking not too clearlyA gentle voice does intercedeSlow down, slow down, be stillBe still and wait,...Show More Summary
Buddhist group founded by Daisaku Ikeda quotes Martin Luther King, Jr. in post-Charlottesville statement. The post SGI-USA issues “Statement on the Racial Unrest in Charlottesville, VA” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In spite of the conflict and pain that our national discourse on white supremacy has surfaced, Buddhist teacher Jack Kornfield is still hopeful -- for we all have the tools to begin making real change happen. The post Truth and Reconciliation Begin With Us appeared first on Lion's Roar.