Monthly Archives: November 2014

Where there is a Bridge ~ a sermon, by Frank Kaufmann Ph.D. (UTS’79)

Where There Is A Bridge, Dr Frank Kaufman from Kevin Thompson on Vimeo. This sermon was given

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Was Jacob Right To Take Esau’s Blessing? ~ curated by William Haines (UTS’92)

Was Jacob right to take Esau’s blessing in disguise? Was he right to deceive his father and to take from his brother the blessing Isaac sought to give him? Was Rivka right in conceiving the plan in the first place and encouraging Jacob to carry it …

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6 Killer Apps ~ curated by Robin Graham (UTS’80)

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Quote of the Week: Reagan

“You can accomplish much if you don’t care who gets the credit.”  ~Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States (1911-2004)

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Virtue for the Week: Enthusiasm

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Can Money Buy You Happiness? ~ curated by Robin Graham (UTS’80)

It’s an age-old question: Can money buy happiness? Over the past few years, new research has given us a much deeper understanding of the relationship between what we earn and how we feel. Economists have been scrutinizing the links between income and happiness across nations, and psychologists …

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Houses of Worship ~ a poem, by Patricia Graham (UTS’80)

 HOUSES OF WORSHIP   Incongruencies creaky knees and rocking chairs this old house must stretch its joists arch its windows   A breeze is coming through.   Judgments can’t iron out the wrinkles and inconsistencies any more than starch can sort out linen.   A breeze is coming through.      

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VOICE ~ a report by Derek Dey (UTS’87)

A VOICE mini-seminar was given in Copenhagen on the 5th Oct 2014. VOICE is developed from VOC and CAUSA by a number of Unificationist oriented scholars worldwide. VOICE challenges materialistic philosophies and presents a counterproposal of transcendent, sustainable virtues inculcated within the family matrix. Presentations and seminars have been given …

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‘The Desolate Wilderness’ & ‘And the Fair Land’

These editorials have appeared in the Wall Street Journal for Thanksgiving Day since 1961 _____________ The Desolate Wilderness   Here beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton, keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, …

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Burden of Proof

I learned plenty during my first year of naturopathic medical school. I discovered how dynamic and resilient our cells and tissues are. I saw first hand how well organized we have been assembled. I even witnessed how long an individual could survive sans sleep on …

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