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  • ‘A sacred space’: Pandemic restrictions have hampered, but not stopped, religious weddings June 14, 2021 9:23 pm Long Beach Business Journal Nitasha and Jalpen Patel during their wedding ceremony at the Gayatri Consciousness Center in Anaheim. Photo by Stacey Adams. When Nitasha and Jalpen Patel began planning their wedding in January of 2020, they had their sights set on celebrating in their …
  • Remembering the Lubavitcher rebbe: Supernova with living legacy - opinion June 14, 2021 8:04 pm Jerusalem Post As I returned to Oxford, England, from the funeral of the Lubavitcher Rebbe 27 years ago, I penned a tribute to my teacher and mentor’s life on the plane. I called it “The Colossus and Me” and published it the next day. It discussed my relationship with …
  • Where is America? Will it fade into yesterday? June 14, 2021 5:50 pm New Pittsburgh Courier - Pennsylvania by Dr. Herbert (H J) Harris  (TriceEdneyWire.com)—While the world is coming out of the pandemic, the Republican Party is attempting to turn back the clock on truth, freedom, and justice. It is attempting to take America back to the good old days that …
  • How Bobby Sessions Manifested a Career as a Grammy Winning Artist June 14, 2021 9:24 am Dallas Observer - Texas ^ Support the independent voice of Dallas and help keep the future of Dallas Observer free. In 2016, Dallas rapper Bobby Sessions earned a Dallas Observer Music Award nomination for Best Album for LOA (Law of Attraction), which contains an image of a …
  • Benjamin Netanyahu, ‘King of Israel,’ exits a stage he dominated June 14, 2021 6:42 am The Indian Express Written by David M. Halbfinger  He came to power like some conqueror from a distant land called Philadelphia. Educated in the United States, speaking flawless East Coast English, warning in pungent sound bites about the threats posed by Islamic terrorism …
  • ‘Cultural appropriation is a two-way thing’: Yinka Shonibare on Picasso, masks and the fashion for black artists June 14, 2021 6:28 am The Guardian In 1998, in a hilarious work called Diary of a Victorian Dandy, Yinka Shonibare inserted himself, impeccably attired, into the sitting rooms, drawing rooms, billiards rooms and bedrooms of high society Victorian Britain, invariably causing a sensation in …
  • Benjamin Netanyahu June 14, 2021 6:03 am The Economic Times He came to power like some conqueror from a distant land called Philadelphia. Educated in the United States, speaking flawless East Coast English, warning in pungent sound bites about the threats posed by Islamic terrorism and a nuclear Iran, the Benjamin …
  • ‘King of Israel’ exits leaving behind prosperity and division June 14, 2021 4:02 am The Age Even as he surpassed the tenure of David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s founding leader, in 2019, he drove Israelis to exhaustion with four elections in two years in which the main issue was him, and the electorate split down the middle each time. Israel’s …
  • Dharma- The Taiwanese Buddhist Death Metal Band June 14, 2021 3:14 am Taipei News.net By Maximilian Nilsson-Ladner Buddhistdoor Global | 2021-06-10 | Among the many adjectives appended to the death metal music genre, ranging from brutal through sepulchral to blackened, “Buddhist” is a true rarity. While religious extreme metal is not …
  • Are we becoming a spiritually captured nation? June 14, 2021 1:45 am NewsDay BY TAPIWA GOMO A FRIEND recently opined that the end of human imagination is the beginning of belief and faith. Both faith and belief do not require evidence. He argued that when humans face tough challenges which they are unable to answer or comprehend, …