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Any man whose world has not been shaken by “MeToo…” has either not been paying attention, or dwells in a realm of purity, innocence, and exemplary behaviour that is foreign territory to most men during at least some moments in our lives.

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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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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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I have been working hard over the past two weeks to avoid getting caught in the adrenaline rush of Trump-Terror afflicting so many people since Inauguration Day in the US.

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Andrew Sullivan stayed up late the night of 8 November to record his reaction to the US Presidential election. It appears he may not have been in a happy mood.

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This morning as we awaken in a world many were unable to imagine, I am struck by how little I know, how much less I understand, and how wrong I can be.

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If you live in the US and move in evangelical circles, do anything you are able today, to put Rachel Held Evans words in front of your evangelical friends.

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In a piece at the Guardian on Friday, Oliver Burkeman  set out to explain “How Donald Trump took residence in our anxious brains .”

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Censorship is one of the most dangerous tools used by those determined to undermine democracy and freedom.

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