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In his article “The collective religious experience of #MeToo” Damon Linker characterizes the social media “Me too” campaign as liberal revivalist religion.

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I don’t know how your Facebook page is looking these days, but mine has been filling up with “Me too…” posts from far too many amazing strong smart capable women I know and respect.

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I know nothing about municipal politics in Vancouver, BC. But I do know a heartfelt cry when I hear one and a serious human problem when it presents itself.

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It sounds so reasonable, so grown up. It seems such a mature and balanced position to adopt.

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After the world’s failure to address the tragic situation of Jews throughout Europe in the 1930’s and 1940’s,  and the resulting atrocities Jews were forced to endure, it might be expected that world leaders would have made every possible effort to improve life for those few Jews who miraculously survived the Holocaust. Sadly, this was not the case.

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On Sunday 5 February 2017 in Houston, Texas, starting at 6:30 ET a major sporting event took place.

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In response to Ken Wilber’s recent essay “Trump and a Post-Truth World: An Evolutionary Self-Correction”, there has been quite a bit of comment flying around the internet.

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Good conversation starts with good questions and a deep desire to hear honest answers. I confess I have not always been a good listener and I have frequently asked the wrong questions.

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It turns out that John Ibbitson of “The Globe and Mail” is a better wise man than he is a political prognosticator.

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Ken Wilber is an American author, thinker, and cultural philosopher.

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