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“Russians Love Their Children, Too”

The renowned musician Sting released a profound song called “Russians” during the last years of the Cold War, after the Western level of fear and hatred of Russians had reached a peak.Sting’s song gently reminded us about the fundamental fact that no matter what country or political ideology we belong…
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The Spiritual Benefits of Navigating Through Misinformation

The spread of misinformation and lies has now extended into multiple aspects of our lives, eating away at humanity’s fundamental realities. It has paralyzed so many that they have lost hope for the future.Everywhere, people feel confused about what to believe, and struggle to find the truth.Not long ago, people…
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The Beauty and Benefits When East and West Meet

I have spent precisely half of my life in the global East, and the other half living in the West. East and West functioned as schools of learning for me, educating me in unique ways.I feel like a lucky plant rooted in the soil of the East and watered and…
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9 Economic Tips for Uniting Humanity

“Am I my brother’s keeper?” Cain said to God after slaying his brother Abel. That famous question from Genesis forms one of the primary moral lessons of Judaism and Christianity – and of all religion.In the Torah, Abraham and Moses asked us to be our brother’s keeper. In the New…
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Can We Have a Flag for Our Planet?

Lately I’ve been wishing that we had a flag for our planet, along with our national flags. Wouldn’t it be great to have one universal banner that offers the Earth our commitment, allegiance, respect, and love?Actually, the topic of flags has been occupying my mind and soul for a long…
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