Monthly Archives: May 2017

Why Spiritually Oriented Education is Important? ~ Lorman Lykes (UTS’81)

The path to perfection is not a destination but a state of mind.

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PEACE CLUB ~ Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

…..tried and tested for workability.

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A message from Jerusalem ~David Byer (UTS’87)

The siren sounds
for those who have fallen

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Ambassador Wittig: Dual Education – A Competitor to College

The dual system of vocational training in Germany has an excellent reputation worldwide. By combining theory and practice with equal time spent in vocational school and at the place of employment, employees are given a head start in their occupations by exiting their degree with both the required technical knowledge and hands-on experience.

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The Royal Road to Original Design: Divine Principle Post-Foundation Day and the Questions to be Asking~ Kathleen Burton Ph.D. (UTS’90)

To undertake even a preliminary review of the Principles of Creation in light of Foundation Day requires not necessarily a search for answers as much as a quest for asking the right questions. This venture of inquiry is the fruit of Foundation Day’s advent. It opens the way to freedom in exploration devoid of fear of failure. God’s love can flow freely without providential prolongations or personal trepidation of an indemnity debt to be paid.

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Quote of the Week: Fonda (The Newsroom)

…you have an actual problem.

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When Truth is Complex – On Telling the Story of My Upbringing in the Unification Church

I discovered that my parents, who were early leaders in the church, had been drawn to it for reasons I never truly understood. Their work in the church helped them heal childhood wounds and they credit their faith for the success of their marriage, now nearly 47 years strong. It is definitely true that some of the church’s beliefs and practices caused me a lot of pain. But it is also true that many of its values have positively influenced my life and allowed my family, now of 18 people, to stay together through battles that would have broken many others apart.

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Why isn’t Communism as Hated as Nazism?

When people think of humanity’s greatest evils, why is “communism” rarely mentioned? After all, it has caused more suffering than any other ideology, including Nazism.

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The Godfather is the ultimate morality tale

Loyalty is a virtue to be prized; but it can also turn into a kind of fanaticism. Sometimes it needs to give way to the superior demands of moral integrity without which we risk forfeiting our claim to humanity. Recommended by William Haines (UTS’92)

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Virtue for the Week: Courage

When we are tempted to give up, courage supports us to take the next step.

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