Monthly Archives: November 2008

Mutts Like Me

As a psychologist and former language student, I have often thought that a key factor perpetuating tribal racial identity is that we don’t have a good label for the growing percent of the world’s population that is multi-heritage.  If we did, the … Continue reading

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Two Stadiums Where Religion Made the World Worse

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November 9, 2008. Within a few days of each other last week, on opposite sides of the world, on opposite ends of the wealth and privilege spectrums, the faithful filled two stadiums. In  one, in Kismayo, Somalia, 1000 Muslim believers … Continue reading

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Morality and Spirituality: How Communication Technologies Define the Dialogue

When moral and spiritual ideas were handed down via oral tradition, they could evolve with the cultural and technological context in which they existed.  Some stories were repeated often around the fire while others, less favored, eventually faded into the … Continue reading

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