Recently, a video made the rounds, showing an obviously disturbed woman committing what might best be termed an unsanitary act in a neighbourhood Tim Horton’s. A number of media outlets published . . .
Buddhism is not centered on a creator God. Therefore, there is no need for Buddhists to explain why suffering exists in the world. Suffering simply exists just like everything else and needs to be . . .
Religion can be seen as a search for meaning through story telling. A few weeks ago, Jews celebrated Passover, a holiday built around telling the story of liberation from slavery in Egypt. It is, . . .
He turned up outside the church a year ago February. Unlike most homeless sleepers, he wasn’t eager to move when we activated the back door for the day’s visitors. We’d encourage movement (with an . . .
Community is essential to spiritual traditions and practices. In the Christian tradition, as Jesus began public ministry, one of his first activities was inviting others to join him in this work and in community together.
Join us in honour of UN Interfaith Harmony Week and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, panelists from the diverse traditions will discuss how to take this turbulent period of history and build the stable, egalitarian, humanitarian future we all want.
There is a very important message that I take from the account of the Wise Men coming to worship the Baby Jesus, namely, that Jesus came not just for people of any particular religion, but for everyone, everywhere.
A list of “to do” resolutions can in themselves be delusional or self-defeating. But if we nurture what is spiritual and life giving for us, then maybe the New Year is a stepping stone to a larger spiritual transformation.
As we celebrate the holidays in our own personal ways, let us keep in mind this unity of our human race, created from a single soul, and celebrate our diversity “as we walk together along the road to a better world”- a pluralist world.