Monthly Archives: August 2011

Virtue for the Week: Moderation

Moderation is creating a healthy balance in your life between work and play, rest and exercise. You don’t overdo or get swept away by the things you like. You use your self-discipline to take charge of your life and your time.

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FROM THE INSIDE OUT by Yanni Maniates

                            The mind, through its judgments and analysis, creates duality and separation; the heart naturally seeks unity and oneness. The mind creates a sense of being “other than”—the heart, on the other hand, becomes one with its object of attention and knows by […]

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Further updates from Peter Hayling (UTS ’80)

Just a a few bits of history to add. After graduation Anna-Leena joined me in New York where we were in CARP briefly before going to Delaware as a UC state leader.  After a few months I was asked to join the 120 Day UC workshop for European National Leaders and State leaders. In 1981 […]

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UTS Student Advisory Council invites Alumni to a “Meet and Greet”

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A visit with Peter Hayling (UTS’80) and his wife Anna-Leena

Peter and Anna-Leena Hayling   Birmingham, England August 2011   Patricia and I arrived at Church Lane to the warm welcome of Anna-Leena Hayling. Peter arrived a few minutes later (on Sunday he visits his father , and helps him with shopping and house chores). …

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Virtue for the Week: Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm is being cheerful, happy, and full of spirit. It is doing something wholeheartedly and eagerly. When you are enthusiastic, you have a positive attitude. Enthusiasm is being inspired.

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Barrytown Gazette: Summer Sports & Cultural Festival by Henry Christopher (UTS ’80)

http://www.utsalumni.org/files/barrytown-gazette-summer-11_layout-1.pdf

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The Founding of HSA-UWC by David S.C. Kim

This article was first published  in 1974. Dr. Kim was first president of UTS (1975-1994)     Our church work was first begun in Pusan and Taegu, and later in Seoul, with the efforts of Won Pil Kim, Lady Hyun Shil Kang, Yo Han Lee, Su Kyung Lee, and …

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No marathon, but a face mold by Denis Collins (UTS ’82)

Greetings all, I’m going to have to withdraw from the marathon. Happily, my white blood cell counts zoomed to 9,000 so I was able to get chemo on Monday. But, we no longer want to play the wait-and-see game so there is a magical drug called Neulaster (I guess it lasts longer than my previous […]

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Reversing the Decay of London Undone by Jonathan Sacks

Britain’s chief rabbi on the moral disintegration since the 1960s and how to rebuild   Lord Sacks is the chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth It was the same city but it might have been a different planet. At the end of April, the eyes of the world were on London […]

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