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The Buddhist Way to Peace: Yourself First

[dropcaps]T[/dropcaps]here are few religions that record a history of nonviolence more than Buddhism. Buddhism is innately a religion that seeks to end suffering through peace. This

An Intentional Form of Mental Detachment

[dropcaps]O[/dropcaps]n June 23, 2014, Charles Robert Moore pulled up to a Dollar General lot in Grand Saline, Texas. He got out of his car, pulled out a

The Solution To Your Resolution

Another year has gone by, the halls have been decked, and joy has come riding into the world for the holiday season. The radio returns to

The Concept of Time

Time is a precious resource that we constantly utilize every second of the day, whether it’s thinking about what you believe in, finishing tasks or meeting

Why Should We Pray?

[dropcaps]P[/dropcaps]rayer is a means by which spiritual people connect with the superior being as a way to share hurts, problems, hopes, and ultimately anything else on

Salat: The Ritual Prayer of Muslims

  [dropcaps]A[/dropcaps] graceful solitude is evoked through the utterance of words. A moment of peace and a regression into the confines of a deprived mind enacts

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Why faith inspires people to give

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[The Multi-faith Chapel at Hebrew Senior Life / Newbridge On The Charles, Dedham, Massachusetts.] Randall Armor, CC BY-NC-ND — Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University — [dropcaps]C[/dropcaps]ongregational membership

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