Category: Religious

Category: Religious

What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization?
March 21, 2020 City, Environment, History, International, Nature, Other, Politics, Religious Priya Saha

What drives political polarization? Is it simply disagreement over the great issues of the day? Not necessarily. Recent research by the More in Common Foundation found that more than three-fourths of Americans support both stricter gun laws and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. Roughly the same number of Americans agree “that

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Do This in the Morning for a Better Workday
March 13, 2020 City, Education, Family & Community, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Work life and home life have become blurred. Even after the workday ends, many of us feel a compulsion to continue checking emails and ruminating about work-related problems, worrying about how we will get everything done. In response, we’re advised to detach from work—to turn off our work brain at 5 o’clock, and take time to be present with our

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Why Activism Is Natural for Young People
March 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Family & Community, Hobbies & Leisure, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Young people are demanding change. In the last few days, young Indigenous activists and their supporters blocked parliamentarians in Victoria, B.C., from accessing the provincial legislature and led waves of protest across the country. For some young people, climate change is urgent. For others, gun violence is a crisis. From truth and reconciliation to inclusion and diversity and mental health, young people are bringing awareness to

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How Do Your Morals Shape Your Politics?
March 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Nature, Other, Politics, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Today is Super Tuesday, 2020, when voters in 14 states and one U.S. territory will decide who will represent the Democratic Party in the race against the current president. One issue has dominated the primary debates: Why is wealth and power so skewed in America, and what can we do about it? As Senator Bernie

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Colourful Holi Decoration Ideas for Your Home!
February 24, 2020 City, Culture, Family & Community, Fashion, Health, History, Hobbies & Leisure, Home & Garden, International, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Holi is the festival of colors in India, welcoming the spring season (summer) the people & streets are awash with the Colors and Joyfulness! Holi decoration, therefore should also be colorful! Now it’s a time to bring the charm of the colors to your home too! To decorate your home for festivals such as Holi

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Things That Decrease Team Motivation (And How to Tackle Them)
February 13, 2020 City, Education, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Family & Community, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Travel Priya Saha

Economies are cyclical, there’s just no getting around this fact. And while these last several years have seen an abundance of economic growth, we should all remember the wisdom found on King Solomon’s ring that said, “This too shall pass.” In fact, for those who joined the workforce only in the last decade, they have

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How to Get Out of an Abusive Relationship and Start Afresh
February 13, 2020 Beauty, Business, Environment, Family & Community, History, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Sports Priya Saha

When you meet someone to whom you are romantically attracted, most people don’t ever think for a minute that the relationship will turn abusive. Most of us hope to live a fairy tale love story and ride off into the sunset deeply in love. Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen for a lot of people. Many find

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Powerful Reasons to Love Your Enemies
February 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Finance, Health, International, Jobs & Education, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

We’ve all got our enemies; people who take pleasure in causing us pain and misery. Sometimes, the development of an enemy is due to certain differences in your characters and events have led to that. Other times, some people end up hating you for apparently no reason at all. Regardless of how you got this

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Ways to Improve Your Parenting Skills (Psychology-Backed)
February 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Food, Health, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Medical, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Science, Spiritual, Travel Priya Saha

There is no such thing as a perfect parent. Parenting is hard. It takes a great deal of effort to be even a decent parent. My husband and I are raising our three children ages 6, 6, and 7. Yes, I have my hands full. Twin six-year-old boys and a seven-year-old girl keep me on

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How to Find Inner Peace and Lasting Happiness
February 6, 2020 Environment, Family & Community, Health, Hobbies & Leisure, Life, Nature, Religious Priya Saha

When in conversations about finding inner peace and lasting happiness, everyone seems to have a definition or ideology about the topic. Some of these definitions are correct or at least point us in the right direction but a couple of others are just misconceptions. Peace, as you rightly believe, is the absence of fear and

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