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2020 Resolution: Balance Spiritual Self-Care with Being an Engaged Citizen

“Buckle up; we’re in for a bumpy ride this year. With the impeachment trial, the Democratic primaries, a presidential campaign that’s sure to be blistering (and probably embarrassing), and all the revelations, crises, and nastiness that are sure to arise, we have to be prepared for anything and everything.”

3 Reasons to be Optimistic for Our Future

Spiritual progress is breaking down outworn religious structures and bringing a new demand for justice in the political arena, and yet... many cling to the old ways. Why be optimistic today?

5 Food Policy Issues We Wish the Presidential Candidates Were Talking About

Here are five food policy issues that the presidential nominees aren't talking about—even though they should be.

7 Ways to Take Care and Take Action

What do we do when facing what appear to be insurmountable challenges of our time?

All Religious-Based Answers Are Acceptable?

“If the students in Ohio schools want to replace math with myth, and fact with fiction, who am I to judge?”

Are Theocratic Authoritarians Dangerous?

“I’m not naïve enough to say that public officials should leave their religious convictions at home. Of course, their policy positions are influenced by their beliefs. How could they not be? The question is, What kind of religious beliefs? How compatible are they with established law and the principles embedded in the U.S. Constitution? How do they affect citizens with other beliefs?”

Being Honorable

For me, that meant resigning from the State Department and now resisting our new president’s vision of America.

Bra is Great

Sooraya Graham, a devout Muslim and an art student in British Columbia, took a photo of a woman draped in niqab and abaya (face veil and full-body covering), folding a bra while do…

Breakfast at Noshville

I’m sitting at the counter in Noshville, Nashville’s New York-style  Jewish deli, talking to a well-dressed fellow who tells me he’s a lawyer. Our conversation turns to the ec…

Film Review: Catching the Sun

Catching the SunThe Race for the Clean Energy FutureShalini Kantayya7th Empire MediaFor years, when we talked about solar power, it was either as some kind of hippy-dippy, bac…

Film Review: Love Is a Verb

Love Is a VerbTerry Spencer Hesser and Stephan MazurekDark Sky FilmsThe Muslim thinker and academic Fetullah Gulen has been a controversial figure in his homeland of Turkey for&nbs…

Film Review: The Armor of Light

The Armor of LightAbigail DisneyFork FilmsAbigail Disney’s emotionally overwhelming documentary portrays one of the more surprising political and religious alliances of recent year…

Film Review: The Human Experiment

The Human ExperimentDirected by Don Hardy and Dana NachmanKTFFilmsThe “experiment” referred to in the title of this documentary is the inadvertent one we’re all living in, thanks t…

Film Review: The Plot for Peace

The Plot for PeaceDirected by Mandy Jacobson and Carlos AgulloTrinity FilmJean-Yves Olivier is not a name well known to history, but he played a critical, behind-the-scenes role in…

Finding the Center

In hearing about Trump's executive order to build a wall between the United States and Mexico, it brought forth a vision for me of little children on a beach. In this vision, the w…

Greta Thunberg as Mad Max

“There are two women tackling climate change in a big way. Michele Bachmann is one of them. The other is Greta Thunberg, the teen climate activist who was just named Time’s Person of the Year.”

Guidance from Ancestors: A Practice for Our Divided Nation

In the past few months I’ve been saddened by the pain and confusion the deep political divide has caused in so many of us across the U.S. Just before the November election, the NPR…

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

In 1968 Mitt Romney allegedly led an alleged assault on an allegedly gay student at his private high school academy during which Mitt allegedly had his alleged friends pin down the…

Heal Yourself, Heal the World

Drawing from the wisdom of spiritual teachers, writer Emma Pearse focuses on healing herself to heal the world.

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