Monthly Archives: January 2015

My Dream Concerning Seminary Education ~ Young Oon Kim

    (This article originally appeared in The Cornerstone, Vol. 1, No. 8, February 1977) Some years ago, I urged Reverend Moon to start a seminary for the training of our future leaders. At first there was no way to see that dream realized …

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From Rogers Park to Hanover Park ~ Bruce Sutchar (UTS’85)

  Amazon: From Rogers Park to Hanover Park by Bruce Sutchar The adventures of a Jewish boy growing up in the neighborhoods of Chicago and his forty years in Rev Sun Moon’s Unification church. Traveling the world, teaching, studying and writing about subjects as varied as baseball, …

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Quote of the Week: Aitchison

    If I could give you one special ability in life, it would be the gift of seeing yourself through the eyes of someone who loves you…. Then you would realize just how amazing you truly are. ~ Steven Aitchison

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Virtue for the Week: Justice

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In Pursuit of Happiness ~ Robert Maynard (UTS’89)

After the end of the Cold War, Americans breathed a collective sigh of relief.  Many were convinced that the supposed end of tyranny would usher in a golden era of peace and prosperity. This prediction may yet turn out to be true, but only if we remain …

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Are You Likely to Have an Affair? ~ curated by Robin Graham (UTS’80)

Risk Factors for Cheating Are Age, Gender and Relationship Satisfaction

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A New Definiton of Leadership? ~ curated by Don Sardella (UTS’80)

A paper by Scherr and Jensen. In this paper they give a new definition of leadership that gives organizations and individuals access to new power. In their model, leadership consists of four critical elements:   The creation of a vision for the future that represents a significant departure from the past, …

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Freedom and the Press, Culture and the Self ~ Derek Dey (UTS’87)

  I abhor violence and the latest round of appalling murders committed in France was abhorrent, simply, an inhuman event. Acts like these leave questions such as to what may justify such barbarity because it is not religious at root by any definition. It’s fundamentally something else more akin to …

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How Trauma Early In Life Influences Later Behavior ~ curated by Robin Graham (UTS’80)

  By rearing rodent fathers-to-be in stressful conditions, researchers found that they and their subsequent offspring are better able to deal with challenging situations later in life. The findings, published in Nature Communications last month, suggest that very early traumatic experiences …

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From Unification Thought to Unification Philosophy ~ Keisuke Noda Ph.D.

Unification Thought, as systematized by the late Dr. Sang Hun Lee, is currently the only major “philosophical” exposition of the Divine Principle in the Unification Movement. While some appreciate Unification Thought, others find its contents puzzling. I am both fascinated and perplexed by Unification …

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