Category Archives: News

Film Review: “Steve Jobs”: A Film Really About Heroines ~ Mark Barry Ph.D.

Unificationists understand we live in a post-Foundation Day world, where women can now act as healers and peacemakers as never before. Watch “Steve Jobs” to see why the heroines steal the show.

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I’ve changed my mind on the gay cake row. Here’s why.

I profoundly disagree with Ashers Bakery’s opposition to same-sex love – but believe the discrimination verdict infringes vital freedoms

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The Gender Gap in Charitable Giving

Studies show that women are more likely to donate than men, and to donate more

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A Road to Peace ~Yanni Maniates and Jaime Maniatis (UTS’77)

Intuition is accessed by harnessing the Power and Gift of Love by intentionally opening your heart while visualizing and feeling your heart filling with loving energy.

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The Link between Conflict and Corruption

High levels of corruption can misdirect resources, compound inequities and undermine trust throughout society. The resulting inequities can lead to civil unrest and in extreme situations can be the catalyst for more serious violence.

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Game Over: Iran moves forward to the next round~ Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

What happened to the boot in Italy?

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Deepak Chopra Helps M.B.A.s Get in Touch With Their Spiritual Side

His course at Columbia helps students see capitalism as vehicle for good

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China’s New Crackdown on Christians

since President Xi Jinping assumed office in 2013, religious persecution has intensified. In 2014, the central government named religion one of four “severe challenges” to national security in an official report.

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Virtue for the Week: Compassion

Compassion flows freely from our hearts when we let go of judgments and seek to understand.

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Reflection on the FUTURE ~ Bruce Sutchar (UTS’85)

maybe, reluctantly, it’s time for me to slow down. My 5 kids have moved out of the house and 3 of them have even moved out of town

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