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Follow the soul’s light: Sufi meditation to focus on the individual’s purpose

The soul is unique in that every person has his or her own, and each person’s soul should be honored in an individual way. This is one of the key aspects of Sufism, Muinuddin Charles Smith said. 630 more words


How Will You Die?

So, how WILL you die?  Do we take Death seriously?  Seriously?  

But this little video from NPR is an eye and mind opener:

How Will You Die? 21 more words

A Glimpse into the Jewish Summer Experiences of our Charlotte and Temple Beth El Teens by Dara Gever, Director of Youth Engagement

by Dara Gever

“Summer” is the smell of cold pool water on hot concrete, the taste of barbecue (although, as a vegetarian, I prefer grilled cheese), the feeling of the hot sun after months spent trapped indoors.  1,019 more words

Comic Science is better than Comic Religion

Smile at that. . .

Now, here’s another comic from Upworthy that shows how wonderful Science is placed next to comic Anti-Science.

So simple.  So secular.

Damn My Secular Soul

The Wrestling Match for Reason, God, Opinions. . . 

The Secular/Spiritual merry-go-round can be a dizzying carousel sometimes. Comment becomes a little conversation with potential for dialogue and meaningful debate. 977 more words

Gaza Names...

Each one of these names had a life,
Each one of these names was a child of God:
Each one of these names I helped to kill. 188 more words


Khuddaka Nikaya

The Khuddaka Nikāya (‘Minor Collection’) is the last of the five collections, in the Sutta Pitaka, which is one of the “three baskets” that compose the Pali Tipitaka, the scriptures of Theravada Buddhism. 72 more words

Thich Minh Tam