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Think Your Life Won’t Return to Normal? You Can Get Close

By Elizabeth Denham Thompson | March 27, 2020

Your world is spinning out of control. Massive changes, shutdowns, chaos and fear increase your insecurity. Life may not return to normal, but you can strengthen your mental health so you can get close enough to get by.

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Sikhism: A Profile

By Gary Leazer | October 1, 2001

The term “Sikh” comes from the Sanskrit word shishya meaning disciple, learner, a seeker of truth. Founders: Guru Nanak Dev Ji (1469-1539) and nine successive gurus until 1708. Central Shrine: The Golden Temple in the Pool of Immortality at Amritsar, in the Punjab region of India. The leader of the Golden Temple is the final […]

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Unitarian Universalist Association: A Profile

By Gary Leazer | October 1, 2001

The term refers to the view that God is one person only, thus denying the doctrine of the trinity, the divinity of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts Membership: 220,000 Publisher: Beacon Press Periodicals: UU WORLD (6 times per year), Interconnections (a bi-monthly newsletter for UU lay leaders), Inward Springs (a bi-monthly […]

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Urban Legends: The Terrorist Attacks

By Cliff Vaughn | September 25, 2001

“You will be hearing of wars and rumors of wars,” reads Matthew 24:6. Rumors of wars abound these days as urban legends. The terrorist attacks on New York and Washington have sparked over 30 stories about the tragedy. With so many stories, Web sites tracking urban legends have lumped them into a new genre. “Click […]

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Urban Legends: Preaching

By Cliff Vaughn | September 25, 2001

Read this “Pentagon Bible” e-mail that is actually circulating: From today’s USA Today, page 5A, talking about the scene at the Pentagon: “Yet, as he looked up into the back chasm torn into the symbol of the mightiest military in the world, Williams saw a sign of hope. On a second floor, right next to […]

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One Million Afghans Face Starvation, Thousands Flee

By Alex Smirnov | September 25, 2001

An estimated one million Afghans will likely starve if the World Food Program fails to return staff to the country, according to Reuters. Three weeks’ worth of food is still available in warehouses in major Afghan cities, but the concern is over rural areas, hard hit by drought, where such supplies cannot be delivered, Khaled […]

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