One evening the old man decided to go down to the pond…. Recommended by Linda Shapiro-Zochol (UTS’79)
Monthly Archives: November 2016
One’s identity is not an isolated, atomic entity. It is intertwined with others.
“Developing scholarly knowledge and values for world peace”
….the American system has, once again, proved its worth.
The answer many progressives give to the question, “What’s religion good for?” is troubling in at least two ways. Not only does it conflict with traditional understandings of religious freedom, it also does harm to the integrity of religion itself.
To succeed in the business of the future……….
As we practice thankfulness, we attract more and more blessings, because thanksgiving is conducive to bounty.
We choose how to respond, to promote real growth, to implement real educational models, to generate a healthy vibrant culture, or to sleep in the wings thinking its everyone’s fault but mine. Recommended by Derek Dey (UTS’87)
“Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty.”
We need to recover a strong, inclusive sense of national identity if people are to feel that those in power care about the common good, not simply the interests of elites…. Recommended by William Haines (UTS’92)