Today is Earth Day.
I’ve spent it as I’ve spent most of the last eight weeks: inside, buried under required readings, assignment work, lectures and tutorials. 400 more words
That God never changes the condition of a people unless they change what is in themselves enjoins on us, not just some external reform fixated on a few manifestations of outward piety and morality, but instead an inward transformation – a realignment of the soul – which reflects genuine piety and purity of the heart. 2,040 more words
While caught up in the swirl of self-indulgent literary debate about the merits and demerits of “smarm”— a derogatory term for the conscious decision among many critics to “be nice” in their reviews— I came across something tangentially related and much more interesting. 1,116 more words
Can we have a moment of silence to meditate and reflect?
One minute of silence, because life goes on without stopping and seems to be in a hurry. 512 more words