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Racist Fraternity Under Investigation
Syracuse University suspended its chapter of Theta Tau after a video of an initiation ceremony showed members spewing racist, sexist and xenophobic terms
In The Oneness Of Time: The Education Of A Diviner
William Douglas Horden
Author: The Toltec I Ching; In The Oneness Of Time
I stood and stretched. The pine rounds we used for seats offered shortlived comfort. Turning to take in the mountains rising behind the house, I was struck once again by the timelessness of the scene.
The Fire Next Time: The Precious Opportunity of Climate Change
Climate change writer and activist
Most adolescents eventually travel one of two paths: 1) They tame their fire by tamping it down and learn to bring it out
Ride the Thunder: The Art of Transforming Your Life
Editor in a Greek website, the Youmagazine.gr
What helped me through the hurricane was an inner voice coming from a place unknown to me, like the "daemon" of Socrates. For the question, "How can he get over his illness and get well again?" the answer was: "He needs to remember his true self."
The 5 Biggest Friendship Mistakes Women Make
Friendship Expert, CEO of GirlFriendCircles.com (the women's f...
We all want those really easy, meaningful, comfortable and deep friendships with no drama, right? Most of us are silently suffering from some form of loneliness as we just keep waiting for those relationships to fall in our laps, the way little girls look for little fairies hovering over flowers.
How One Father Got His Son Out of a Gang
Journalist and Producer
Jerry had grown up in South Central, was steeped in gang lore and knew the appeal of the gangs to young boys who came from broken homes. But he never in a thousand years thought that his own son would run with the gangs.
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Can the War Be Taken Out of the Warriors?
Writer, mythologist and founder of the Mosaic Multicultural F...
It may be the government that calls people to battle, but it is the families and communities of those wounded by war that must help them to heal both the visible and invisible wounds they will carry the rest of their lives.
Models for a Movement
Craig K. Comstock
author, TV host, social commentator, former foundation director
The inconvenient consequences seem too ghastly to be believed: nothing so bad could happen, some feel. For example, the danger
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