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The Holy Grail of Blog Posts

I have noticed over the past three years an increase in the frequency with which religious language is employed in secular contexts; not only secular contexts, but especially as a means of marketing: 273 more words

Consumerism

Don't Buy the Lie

Materialism. Consumerism.

I am Suspect Number One. Guilty. 949 more words

Feminism

source material - the difference between material from the dead, and from the living

Just spotted on the BBC, this rather lovely article by Adam Gopnik, entitled ‘Points of View: The guilty thrill of reading other people’s emails‘ – and not at all what I thought it would be from the title. 708 more words

Source Material

TO ASK OR NOT TO ASK

“Buntis ka na?”

…innocent and caring as it sounds, BUT… is it?

It used to be “kamusta? (how are you?)” to start a conversation.  It means more like a “Hi or Hello”, and it does not require any  answer at all.

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Ethical Questions

Journal Entries

These are my journal entries and reflections from the week at Lynedoch. I found the course challenging, emotionally and spiritually. The conceptual side was engaging, stimulating and… 80 more words

Leadership & Environmental Ethics

MANIFESTO FOR CHANGE

Make an Act of Faith…

I believe that Religious Education should be added to the National Curriculum, and that those who teach it should be made accountable to OFSTED. 168 more words

Is It Wrong to Order Seamless During a Blizzard?

Food delivery apps like Seamless and GrubHub are staples for the average New Yorker.

But when the city’s being pummeled by a blizzard of potentially-apocalyptic proportions, we have to ask ourselves: Is it ethically sound to ask a delivery guy to slog through the mounting snow drifts, all so you can eat pad thai in your Snuggie? 624 more words

Food