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  • Muslims and Jews in conversation
    Phenomenology and interreligious encounter
    The encounter between religions is not quite the same as a meeting between two people. Although we talk about religious traditions as if they were distinct individuals, the reality is far more conplex. We find ourselves saying "Christianity...
  • Debate Tonight: Whether a man's wig should be dressed with honey or mustard!
    Debate versus dialogue in the classroom and beyond: Dialogue wins
    Teachers and professors commonly use debate to teach students critical thinking and argumentation skills, such as researching topics and basing claims on convincing evidences. Developing these crucial skills will serve students well, not only in...
  • Bingo!
    Daniel MacIvor's 'Bingo!' premieres at Factory Theatre
    Five friends gather together for their 30th high school reunion, plenty of alcohol's involved, and hijinks ensue. That's essentially the premise of "Bingo!", which premiered at Factory Theatre on May 8. The Daniel MacIvor play...
  • 'Soliciting Tempation'
    Tarragon's 'Soliciting Temptation' doesn't hit as hard as it could
    How you feel about Tarragon Theatre's "Soliciting Temptation" (written by Erin Shields, directed by Andrea Donaldson), a play which premiered April 9, 2014, will have a lot to do with your feelings on child sex tourism. It's a...
  • United States and Pakistan
    United States and Pakistan; resumption of the strategic dialogue
    The resumption of the strategic dialogue between the United States and Pakistan after three years is being considered an important step towards development of a new understanding on the key issues.A Pakistani delegation led by Adviser on Foreign...
  • Returning the Gift
    Book review of Returning the Gift by Steven Donoso
    In this short e-book, Steven Donoso sits down with four influential people (Eckhart Tolle, Timothy Wilson, Adyashanti, Laura Waters Hinson) who practice what they preach and has a dialogue with them in the style of Q&A on subjects ranging from...
  • “Home for Christmas” by Melanie Wilber
    Home for Christmas by Melanie Wilber lacks dialogue
    “Home for Christmas” by Melanie Wilber is a pleasant general fiction story that will appeal to fans of “The Waltons” or “The Brady Bunch”. It’s the story about a very introverted woman who is going home...
  • If leaders are unable to nurture a workplace grounded in an appreciation for the power of trust, instead of lead they will only be able to manage and direct using fear as the primary motivator.
    Six ways to destroy trust and credibility in the workplace
    Leaders can be so caught up in the flurry of daily tasks and activities that they easily stumble into many pitfalls resulting in broken trusts with and betrayals of employees. Many of these actions are inadvertent, yet consequences can compound...
  • Monologue, dialogue or duelogue?  How savvy are you?
    Monologue, dialogue or duelogue? How savvy are you?
    Communication savvy seems unimportant next to financial savvy in the workplace to most 'higher-ups.'NOTE 1: IT'S NOTTake the case of Apple SVP, Scott Forster who was recently fired for refusing to sign an apology to Apple Maps...
  • Dalai Lama encourages dialogue to resolve any issue
    Dalai Lama encourages dialogue to resolve any issue
    As the situation remains tense in Tibet and other hot spots around the world threaten world stability Buddhists continue as usual to look towards His Holiness the Dalai Lama for guidance. Recently the Dalai Lama has encouraged dialogue instead of...
  • UN Special Rapporteur on Racism and Xenophobia Holds Press Conference
    Racism and racial discrimination thrive on ignorance, prejudice and stereotypes
    Racism not only undermines peace, security, justice and social progress; it is a violation of human rights that tears at individuals and rips apart the social fabric. This was said today by UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, in a message marking...
  • Long Table
    Should atheists be sitting at the interfaith table?
    Atheism implies a lack of religion but does not necessarily from the definition. For instance, Universal Unitarianism and Buddhism does not require belief in a higher power to be welcomed into their communities. In addition, many Jewish...
  • Backyard Backyard
    Build friendships with a dialogue game at a multi-family barbeque or party
    Dialogue communication is the main way to build deeper friendships and relationships. This party idea may help children develop closer relationships with family friends. This is very helpful for giving them good values and personal support and...
  • Quilan and Giraffe
    Use dialogue at the zoo to build family closeness and understanding
    Dialogue communication during a trip to the zoo can add to the fun and help family members get to know and enjoy one another more. A person’s favorite animal might reveal what a person wants to be like --if dialogue questions like, "Why...
  • Chinese artist Xiao Lu avant-garde long before current FGCU art exhibition
    Chinese artist Xiao Lu avant-garde long before current FGCU art exhibition
    On a plain tan pedestal set against a nondescript wall in the Art Gallery at Florida Gulf Coast University stands a book depicting a pretty young Chinese woman pointing a black revolver at the reader. The woman is artist Xiao Lu and the incident...
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