For anyone who wants to keep a daily journal. This web site was created by Reman Child a 2nd Gen Unificationist from Reno. http://ohlife.com/ It is free and helps keep you on track. It will send you a daily reminder. It is a good discipline to reflect on your days and record a few thoughts. These are some of the questions I use [...]
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Dr. Thomas Selover (UTS'77) I had an “opportunity” to observe the dynamics of Cain and Abel on a large scale during a significant moment inChina. More than 20 years ago now, the student demonstrations—almost an uprising—took over Tiananmen Square and occupied the center
Peter Drucker ‘s body of work is mostly recognized in the business community, but he spent an enormous amount of time thinking about the non-profit sector. One of his many legacies is the New York-based Leader to Leader Institute, an organization that focuses on developing leadership in the social sector. The Institute has updated and
Stephen and Barbara Stacey ( both UTS ’90) Stephen Stacey (UTS ’90) has been selected to receive the the 2011 UTS Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement. He was nominated for his exemplary work in developing a well-needed application of Divine Principle in the
Courtesy is being polite and having good manners. When you speak and act courteously, you give others a feeling of being valued and respected. Greet people pleasantly. Bring courtesy home. Your family needs it most of all. Courtesy helps life to go smoothly.
Several alumni have asked me how to get books written by Dr . Tanabe. There’s a sale at Lulu, which is where her books are published. That includes those about David S.C. Kim. You can find them here: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/jptanabe and here’s the discount info: Use coupon code BUYMYBOOK305 at checkout and receive 25% off your [...]
The following is a transcript of the “Thought for the Day” broadcast of November 14 by the Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks delivered on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme to mark the 70th anniversary of the formation of The Council of Christians and Jews. The Council of Christians and Jews Seventy years ago, in the midst [...]
“Euro Zone Thoughts” – by Stephen Stacey (UTS’90), William Haines (UTS’92), Derek Dey (UTS’87) et al
The email exchange began November 17th with a post by Stephen Stacey (UTS’90) titled EURO ZONE THOUGHTS. The conversation has ranged wide and deep. It covers economy, politics, history, religion and philosophy. Meat and potatoes for UTS alumni !! Strap yourselves in for some thought provoking analysis and commentary. In the conversation are Stephen Stacey (UTS’90), [...]
I am interested in the issue of identity. One favorite philosophy is Peter Pan which is summed up by “Be happy-Dont worry!” and the role for the girls is Wendy which goes like this, ‘Dream on.’ There are other theories of identity and I have summarized a few and looked finaly at the DP
Creativity is the power of imagination. It is discovering your own special talents. Dare to see things in new ways and find different ways to solve problems. With your creativity, you can bring something new into the world.