As a teenager, I asked him if every religion says only they will go to heaven or only their route takes them to heaven who will actually go to heaven. His response showed me the way, he said those people will go to heaven whose deeds are good.
– Drew Yu This month’s Listen To This! recommendation are actually two. We have two podcast based in Toronto; Canadaland and So Help Me POD. Canadaland is a current issues and news podcast that updates almost daily on the current issues at hand with I admit is a liberal bias, if that is
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The biggest controversy this week in August has to be Charlottesville. It has been in the headline of every media outlet big or small, so sorry if this has been overplayed for you. But this racially charged conflict has even led to intentionally harm and the death of a person. It is devastating. We in
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– Aysha I forgot my phone in the car so naturally, I stood around casually watching people come in and out of the busy restaurant. That’s when it hit me, waiting in line for a medium coffee at my local McDonald’s, a realization of the century: As a female Muslim hijabi standing patiently in that
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– Shuang My friend Candy lives in Boston with her husband. In Boston, she met many friends from all over the world. Here is a story she shared in her WeChat post: Last weekend, my friend brought some Indian spices to my place, and cooked authentic Indian food for us. After we commented on the so-called
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– Alisha There’s a concept called psychological essentialism, which is a tool we use to reason about the world. There are three tenants to psychological essentialism: Certain categories are real and only discovered by humans- that is, they are not human constructs, but facts of nature. Some unobservable property causes a group of things to
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