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[14 May 2015 | No Comment | ]

HOW OFTEN IN LIFE ROLES CHANGE
By Father John Walsh

We have been alerted to the fact that the “company person,” the one who worked all her or his life for one company, no longer exists. Today there are life coaches to help transfer skills gained in one job to a totally new job. Within companies roles are forever changing, horizontally and some with upward mobility. It is also said that whatever you have learned at university will need updating within a couple of years after graduation. Life does not stand still. …

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[7 May 2015 | No Comment | ]

THE BITTER HERB’S BITTERSWEET LESSON
By Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz
Why dredge up ugly memories when you’re celebrating your triumphs? It’s much more pleasant to forget the bad times and focus on the good times.
And yet, the Seder focuses a great on remembering the pain and suffering of slavery. We have salt water tears, blood red wine, charoset mortar and straw, and most prominently, the bitter herbs of 400 years of slavery.
But why do we spend so much time remembering the bitterness?
The first lesson is that the bitter herb must be bitter; …

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[4 May 2015 | No Comment | ]

THE TOXIC DISCOURSE ON NIQAB/HIJAB: FAITH AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE
By Imam Dr. Zijad Delic:
In the pre-election political climate in Canada, when politicians have not fulfilled their previous promises, there is a considerable and unnecessary public debate about the dress some Muslim women wear in public. Their feelings and personal choices seem not to be taken into consideration. An initial discussion on the wearing of the Niqab and Hijab began in Quebec, and now, it is gaining a new momentum in the current toxic political environment on the Hill. …

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[17 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

A NOTEWORTHY COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
THE NEED FOR A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION

By Father John Walsh
Every once in a while someone delivers a commencement address to graduates that makes you sit up and notice. A recent address by Fareed Zakaria did just that! I have summarized it but the full address is available as per the video.
You are graduating from Sarah Lawrence, the quintessential liberal arts college, at an interesting moment in history—when the liberal arts are, honestly, not very cool. You all know what you’re supposed to be doing these days—study computer …

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[14 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]

COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS CHANGE THE WORLD
By Father John Walsh

We live in a culture where, unfortunately, too many people believe that there is no such thing as the power of one. People refrain from voting, a God-given right, because it has no effect on who will be elected and what the politicians decide. The foundation of today’s culture stresses individualism; yet, the individual is neglected. The average Canadian feels isolated, alone, silenced, voiceless, shut off from society. The culture itself, due to an individual’s inability to act responsibly and effectively, provides a …