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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan: Ancient Festival, Sacred Bond

National Sibling Day has been around for a few decades in the United States, but siblings in India have been honoring the unique bond between brothers and sisters for centuries.

Slowing Down in a 242 Mile Per Hour Zone

Slowing Down in a 242 Mile Per Hour Zone

Are there devices that help us slow down in a world that gets faster and faster every day?

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Raksha Bandhan: Ancient Festival, Sacred Bond

National Sibling Day has been around for a few decades in the United States, but siblings in India have been honoring the unique bond between brothers and sisters for centuries.

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Slowing Down in a 242 Mile Per Hour Zone

Are there devices that help us slow down in a world that gets faster and faster every day?

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A college student lives in his car for two years to fund a homeless shelter.

Did you know that college homelessness is a problem across the United States? A group of friends in Los Angeles decided to do something about it and created a shelter at a local church. To see how you can help, visit Bruin’s Shelter Imagine being strong enough...
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“Glorious”: What Macklemore Reminded Me About Faith

Macklemore’s new song, “Glorious,” reminded me so much about faith. As I was watching the recently released music video and listening to the song, the imagery and lyrics really spoke to my heart. I was reminded of love for family, new life, purpose,

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The Buddha’s First Sermon — A path to happiness for all faiths

Though given hundreds of years ago, what is traditionally thought of as the Buddha’s first sermon spells out the Four Noble Truths and Eightfold path that can lead even modern adherents to their own form of Enlightenment.

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Fireworks, Freedom, and Faith

The Fourth of July is about more than fireworks. It’s about celebrating the freedom to choose how you want to believe.

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What Ramadan Taught Me About Spiritual Purification

Learning about the Islamic month of fasting and prayer inspired me to evaluate my own spiritual health.

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People of Faith Respond to the Finsbury Park Attack

Watch this discussion with a rabbi, Muslim and Bishop that is wonderfully #London. Finsbury Mosque Muslims had Iftar with Rabbi last night pic.twitter.com/pWWCoHqAY3 — Julia Macfarlane🇬🇧 (@juliamacfarlane) June 19, 2017 Our thoughts & prayers are with the...
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Forgive Yourself; It’s What Friends Do

Sometimes the person that needs your forgiveness the most, is you. Maybe it’s time to be a better friend to yourself, let go of old hurts, and move forward.

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