Monthly Archives: May 2017

St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan al-Kamil: A Bold Christian-Muslim Encounter

Hostility is more likely when one people is distanced from another and demonized. Peace gets a chance when the divide between people is bridged through personal relationships.

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Plastic Bags Are a Feast for This Caterpillar

A caterpillar that can eat plastic and produce an industrially useful compound while doing so could take a bite out of the global scourge of plastic trash.. recommended by Damian Anderson (UTS’84)

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Quote of the Week~ Rumi

Yesterday is gone and its tale told

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How to Get Rich in 3 (Really Difficult) Steps ~ John Redmond

It is difficult to become wealthy on the basis of a salary alone

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“Fake History” is More Dangerous Than “Fake News”

Fake history has established the foundation for fake news

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Ocean Church ~Herb Mayr (UTS’79)

Somehow I have survived the night. My recently broken foot is throbbing, my entire body is sore, and my back is numb with pain.

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Our Alignment in the Era of True Mother ~ Andrew Wilson Ph.D. (UTS’78)

I believe True Mother wants to be surprised and delighted with the results we bring.

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Virtue for the Week: Strength

We grow in strength as we tackle life’s challenges with courage and determination.

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What is Leadership?

Turning the Ship Around

Captain Marquet began treating his crew as leaders, not followers, and giving control, not taking control.

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Read New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s Remarkable Speech About Removing Confederate Monuments

Specifically, what these symbols mean.

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