Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Sufis: Islam’s Anti-Terrorists

Westerners tend to think Islam’s recent trajectory is one of resurgent Wahhabi-inspired extremism, but growing numbers of Muslims are adopting Sufi practices that promote peace, hope, and harmony among religions. Recommended by Charles Kannal (UTS’96)

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Supreme Court Justice John Roberts’ Unconventional Speech to His Son’s Graduating Class

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the commencement address at his son’s ninth-grade graduation last month, bestowing advice that ran counter to many typical commencement speeches.
The graduation at Cardigan Mountain School — a New Hampshire boarding school for boys in grades six through nine — was held on June 3.

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Meet the (heavenly) parents: Mormon leaders are mentioning this divine duo more often

“To mother Eve, to Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel, to Mary of Nazareth and to a Mother in Heaven,” he remarked, “I say, ‘Thank you for your crucial role in fulfilling the purposes of eternity.’ “

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China’s plan to run the world

China says it wants to help the rest of the world achieve the economic miracle it has achieved.

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Unification Movement Schismatic Groups (2012-Present)

It is difficult to predict how the situation of the Unification Movement would evolve, particularly after the death of Mrs. Moon. In addition to the schismatic groups considered here, there are also a number of minor schisms that do not recognize any of the three main branches as legitimate.

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Good Leadership and Good Management: Why, How, What

The Unification movement is not destined to fail. We have tremendous assets and foundations to build on. What is required is a return to the larger vision and the professionalization of the management of the movement.

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Quote of the week: Mandela

… seems impossible

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Virtue for the Week: Cleanliness

Cleaning up our mistakes gives us a fresh start.

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Beloveds, Forever Together: Letters of Eternal Love

Read the love letters of Dietrich and Elisabeth Seidel. Their story took them through a wide spectrum of emotions, emotions that are powerfully conveyed in their letters.

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How American Christians from North Korea Could Have Altered Korea’s Future in 1945

Americans should remember that disregarding, minimizing or deprecating another people can come back to haunt us years and decades later.

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