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T is for theəlogy

This, for completely terrible reasons, is one of my favourite technical terms – I think everyone has a soft spot for a word they’ve invented, whether or not it turns out to be as useful as imagined at the moment of invention. 299 more words

A different angle on diversity

I strongly believe everyone should have equality of opportunity in our society regardless of their gender, age, ethnicity, class, disability or sexual orientation. There is clear evidence that societies which have lower income inequality enjoy better mental and physical health, higher life expectancy, achieve more in education and their work lives and are generally happier, than those societies which, even though they may be wealthy, have a greater disparity between the richest and the poorest. 760 more words


Jewish Humor

If one doesn’t know about Chelm jokes, these lose much punch.

Chaim Minky from Chelm passes his exams and as a result is awarded a place in Medical School. 129 more words


Is there One Truth or Are There Many?

Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it.” Andre Gide (1869 – 1951)

By Carol A. Hand, Co-Editor of the MIX…

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Metaphysical Science - Diversity

Metaphysics teaches us to embrace our differences and our uniqueness.  We are:

  • One Planet
  • One Race
  • One Ancestry
  • One Destiny

Books With Depression, Pain, and/or Lyrical Writing!

I feel like I talk about race. I talk about sexuality. But I don’t talk about neurodiversity, and that is a tragic flaw. So, here are some books that I enjoyed that I find have accurate portrayals of various mental disorders, or just represent an internal struggle well. 339 more words


Books for Black History Month

October is a huge month for the publishing industry, with an actual gazillion books being published to time well with Christmas shopping plans. There is also the king of all book fairs, Frankfurt Book Fair, as well as Halloween and a slew of other holidays like… 2,666 more words

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