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100th Anniversary of Jalianwalah Bagh
“Einstein is victorious once again.”
“we should try to convert people from misery to happiness, from bondage to liberation, and from cruelty to compassion.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/obituaries/sn-goenka-overlooked.html “Rather than converting people from one organized religion to another organized religion,” he said, “we should try to convert people from misery to happiness, from bondage to liberation, and from cruelty to compassion.” S.N. Goenka was instrumental in. Spreading above message through the popularization of meditation to Westerners.
Amazing economic miracle for India and world’s first massive economic inequality experiment- Kudos Rajiv Gandhi
t.co/fvHtZAFwgk Unfortunately the Press – Indian and international – hasn’t given enough coverage for this amazing and pathbreaking announcement. It takes Indira Gandhi’s ‘garibi hatao’, namely, ‘get rid of poor’ to dizzying heights. This could be a game changer in India and the world as an economic experiment in poverty alleviation and income disparity. KudosContinue reading “Amazing economic miracle for India and world’s first massive economic inequality experiment- Kudos Rajiv Gandhi”
Why Christians are persecuted? What is Protestant Calvinism?
http://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/world/asia/pastor-wang-yi-detention.html “Many are interested in socially engaged models of Christianity, especially the Protestant denomination of Calvinism.” This is the cross or persecution according to Calvin, Martin Luther and Wang! However that’s not what Jesus did, he categorically rejected political opposition to Rome! Or did he, really? That may very well have been the reason forContinue reading “Why Christians are persecuted? What is Protestant Calvinism?”
Egg boy, Will Connolly, 17, “This egg has united people.”
Tani the 8-yr chess prodigy’s homeless story gets even more amazing!
Beyond the Headlines – Salvation Army Canada
Christian journalist Molly Thomas uses her skills to raise awareness of injustice and suffering. — Read on salvationist.ca/articles/beyond-the-headlines-molly-thomas/
Tani, the 8-year-old Nigerian chess prodigy
“Tani has an aggressive style of play, and in the state tournament the coaches, watching from the sidelines, were shocked when he sacrificed a bishop for a lowly pawn. Alarmed, they fed the move into a computer and it agreed with Tani, recognizing that the gambit would improve his position several moves later.” http://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/16/opinion/sunday/chess-champion-8-year-old-homeless-refugee-.html