Monthly Archives: August 2013

Designing and Managing Ethical Organizations by Denis Collins Ph.D. (UTS’82)

First published in Applied Unificationism on August 26th, 2013     By Denis Collins, Professor of Management, Edgewood College So, you want to create heaven on earth! Unificationists are well aware that people should be at their spiritual best all …

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What Would a World of Perfect People Be Like? by Jennifer Tanabe Ph.D.

First published in Applied Unificationism on August 29th, 2013   Part I By Jennifer P. Tanabe What would a world of perfect people be like? Would you want to live in it? And is it even possible? There are several possible reactions to these questions. Let’s consider some of them …

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Virtue for the Week: Respect

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The Four Agreements

  Don Miguel Ruiz, is a Mexican author.  The Four Agreements, was published in 1997.  

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You Want The Truth? You Can’t Handle The Truth! Maybe The Truth Just Isn’t Exciting Enough

First published in Aug 26th, 2013 in Ethics Newsline by Institute for Global Ethics master trainer Alan Goodman To put it simply, I love movies and, in particular, I love movies that portray history. As it happens, I also don’t like being lied to. I can appreciate artistic license, but I don’t want to be misled about […]

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Quote of the Week: Mauch

“You can not lead anyone else further than you have gone yourself.” – Gene Mauch Gene Mauch

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The Wind in Your Sails, a poem by Lloyd Howell (UTS’78)

The Wind in Your Sails   Father, I can see you as a young boy – pure as the wind-driven snow of northern Korea, even then there was an invisible force behind you and to it you dared to open your sails finding yourself doing strange things: inviting beggars home for dinner, sharing the melons […]

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I will live this day as if it is my last by Og Mandino

I will live this day as if it is my last. And what shall I do with this last precious day, which remains in my keeping? First, I will seal up its container of life so that not one drop spills itself upon the sand. I will waste not a moment mourning yesterday’s misfortunes, yesterday’s […]

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Thoughts on a Cheon Il Guk Constitution by Gordon Anderson Ph.D.(UTS’78)

First published in  Applied Unificationism on August 19th, 2013        Gordon Anderson (UTS’78) The passing last September of Rev. Sun Myung Moon marked the end of an era for the Unification Movement, not unlike the passing …

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The Rev. Dr. Mark Isaacs Refutes Atheism Argument at UTS Speakers’ Forum

  The Rev. Dr. Mark Isaacs—Pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Wurtemburg in Rhinebeck, NY and assistant professor of Economics and Social History at Barrytown College and Ministry and Management at UTS—developed a powerful argument against atheist thought at the latest UTS Speakers’ Forum …

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