Listen to This! – Missing & Murdered

I’m deciding to start a new blog series called Listen to This!, featuring podcasts I find insightful, interesting or just plain funny. To start off, I’ll try to explain what a podcast is to those who haven’t heard of it. And don’t feel that you are worst off for not being in the know, we
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Good Book to Read: “Religion for Atheists: A Non-Believer’s Guide to the Uses of Religion”

Recently, I have been reading the book “Religion for Atheists” by Alain de Botton. In this book, there are many ideas speaking to the social conflicts between religious communities and the nonreligious ones. Here is something I find very interesting/inspiring in the first chapter.   “Secular society has been unfairly impoverished by the loss of
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Living Books Wanted!

At the Institute of Canadian Archives, we are working to inspire compassion via storytelling, building bridges between people of different religions, races and social demographics. Let’s change the terrain of interfaith dialogue together. The Institute of Canadian Archives is launching a Hearts & Minds Living Library Compassion Catalogue on Sept. 9 at the Toronto City
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