Sacred Activism

21 Apr 19
Oz Wisdoms and Lessons

Winona LaDuke (born August 18, 1959) is an American environmentalist, economist, and writer, known for her work on tribal land claims and preservation, as well as sustainable development. In a December 2018 interview she also described herself as an industrial hemp grower. Winona has been on my lips of recognition for many years as an Earth Warrior. It […]

21 Apr 19
Radhika Barman

At first i would like to clear that i am not a feminist but not a misogynist too. This article is not for or against feminism, but an introspection of various angles of viewing it and its impact in government and society in form of nationalism which has been used as a metaphor of that […]

20 Apr 19
Jas Journals

I sit down. I flip open the laptop, turn it on and boot up my word processor. I begin to write, my fingers graze over the keys and words spill from the mind, travelling down my arms and through my hands. They transfer from the mental world to virtual plane, effortlessly, performing a mystical transaction […]

20 Apr 19
Learn CBSE

Political Science Class 12 Important Questions Chapter 8 Environment and Natural Resources is part of Political Science Class 12 Important Questions. Here we have given Political Science Class 12 Important Questions Chapter 8 Environment and Natural Resources. Political Science Class 12 Important Questions Chapter 8 Environment and Natural Resources 1 Mark Questions Question 1. Which one […]

20 Apr 19
Daniel K. Buntovnik

Before moving on to our examination of The Satanic Temple’s second most prominent co-founder (i.e., “Malcolm Jarry”), it is necessary to highlight the fact that there are strong indications of the possibility that Douglas Misicko may be a relative of one or more persons who collaborated with Nazi Germany in the perpetration of war crimes […]

19 Apr 19
Daniel K. Buntovnik

There would appear to be a good chance that anybody who has been subjected on a somewhat regular basis to the reporting of major American news media outlets during the past six years has at least heard mention of something called “The Satanic Temple.” Since 2013, the group (abbreviated “TST”) has attracted a significant amount […]

19 Apr 19
solacebase.com

By Abdullahi Isah I was sitting right at the corner of my room on that fateful day, following updates with keen interest; the fire outbreaks at two of the holiest and sacred worship centres to both followers of Christianity and Islam i.e. The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, Israel and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. […]

19 Apr 19
On A Question

Don’t try to tell me that enlightenment is found on a cushion. Or that I can only find God in a church or temple. Every rally is a communion and fellowship. Every chant is a devotion to something greater than ourselves, to the spirit that connects us in our struggles and joy. Every inspired shout […]

18 Apr 19
St. John One: One

Stephen D. Blackmer on his improbable journey from eco-activism to the priesthood. Source: The Sacred Power of the World – The New Atlantis In hindsight, I understand Black Elk’s words: “I think I have told you, but if I have not, you must have understood, that a man who has a vision is not able […]

18 Apr 19
JUST PEACE -- NOT JUST WAR

BEING YOUNG IS NOT A WAITING ROOM:-TRANSFORMING OUR SCHOOLS- EDUCATING OUR CHILDREN Parents and our local schools have a profound moral and spiritual responsibility of educating our children. Our national way of life reflected in politics, the media, colleges, entertainment, sports, and religion share this responsibility, and we in the Asheville area need to accept this […]

18 Apr 19
College Without Classrooms

This week my Model United Nations (MUN) class traveled to San Francisco for the Model United Nations Conference of the Far West. I can honestly say that this has been one of the busiest most tiring weeks of my whole life, but well worth it. For those that don’t know much about MUN or even […]

18 Apr 19
Ken-Ya follow me through this amazing trip!

The past two weeks have been filled with adventure and excitement. The first week we were away, we spent our time in Amboseli. The second week, we were in Mombasa. Tuesday March 19th, we took off mid morning in six safari cars headed south to Amboseli. It was roughly a four-hour drive full of beautiful […]

18 Apr 19
Quillette

On its surface Hail Satan?, directed by punctuation enthusiast Penny Lane (Nuts!) and distributed by Magnolia Pictures (Man on Wire, Capturing the Friedmans), is a straightforward if openly sympathetic report on the rapid growth of the Salem, Massachusetts-headquartered Satanic Temple and the Temple’s goading of heartland conservatives in the perennial debate over the Constitution’s Establishment Clause. All […]

18 Apr 19
Gawler Public Library

As Youth Week draws to a close in South Australia, I would like to reference a quote that summarizes popular attitudes toward our youth: ‘The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants […]

17 Apr 19
Russia News Now

We received this moving text written by a rural priest visiting Paris. Shattered, he calls for Notre-Dame of Paris to be left in its current state, i.e., torn from the hands of predators by the flames of the fire and finally returned to the people for its free use. Brothers and sisters, Yesterday, Notre-Dame of […]

17 Apr 19
Just Theology

Christians who take Jesus’ parable of the sheep and the goats seriously understand that we are called to serve “the least of these” in love. In addition to individual acts of mercy, many have come to understand that providing aid to “the least” means addressing the systems of inequality that skew our collective resources toward […]