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MLK Jr: Man on a Timely Mission

Martin Luther King Jr We have seen so many photos of him over the years in black and white that we forget he was a man of colour, too. And that wasn’t a racial slur. Because not everything is black … Continue reading

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Humanism: Another Way?

  Evolution versus Creation Dan Brown, in his latest novel, Origin, has done it again. He has taken the questions we all ask ourselves (“Where did we came from?” “Where are we going?”) and spun another tale of suspense and … Continue reading

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Adventures in Youth: 5

  Snow Wonders Growing up in Windermere meant that I lived in the heart of Winter Wonderland. It snowed, and snowed. To the adults living there, this meant a constant battle against nature. To us children, FUN! I have several … Continue reading

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Eckankar: What the Eck?!

  More than “Just a Religion” I believe the first book I read by Paul Twitchell was called “The Tiger’s Fang”. The title was based on a spiritual proverb about having enough courage to extract a fang from the tiger … Continue reading

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Repent: the End is Nigh?

  John the Baptist Said It First* “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 3:2) From that time Jesus began to preach, saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 4:17) But what does … Continue reading

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Talisman: Good Protection?

  Catholic Faith I was baptized Catholic at St. Basil’s Church, 50 St. Joseph Street, Toronto on August 16, 1953. But I was never a practicing one. My life’s journey took me down the Protestant path instead. I don’t think … Continue reading

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The Universe: God’s Body?

God’s Footstool Our schooled version of God suggests that Earth is His footstool. That’s nice…it definitely puts us in our place. But if you take away the religious confusion and focus on the real meaning, you’ll get a different perspective. … Continue reading

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