Why Spiritual People Are Depressed

Why Spiritual People Are Depressed

Dr. Pillai:>>Why spiritual people are depressed. It is depressing to consider this, but I love the spiritual people. I have known them forever, not only in this lifetime, but in many lifetimes also. Why are they depressed? It’s a very important question. Historically speaking, the spiritual people already go through an exploration of their own […]

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What If You Went to the Most Ancient Civilizations?

What If You Went to the Most Ancient Civilizations?

Fuzzy and Nutz have been on a journey through time, helping us answer questions like what were the worst natural disasters in history, what were some of the worst jobs ever, and what was life like in the Stone Age. Today though, Fuzzy and Nutz have landed five thousand years in the past, and are […]

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Asian American Hidden Communities | Sri Lankan Community in Staten Island

Asian American Hidden Communities | Sri Lankan Community in Staten Island

>>>Staten Island is the least populated borough in New York City and that may be why it’s home to the largest concentration of Sri Lankan Americans in the United States. >>>What we have here is the Pahana. You have this when you have an opening and you would have the chief guests or the people […]

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Stanford student studies the monstrous feminine in medieval literature

Stanford student studies the monstrous feminine in medieval literature

Stanford University. As an undergrad I had probably the greatest opportunity in my life to look at the Exeter manuscript, which is one of the only four Old English poetic codices. My honors thesis looks at images of the monstrous-feminine in Old English verse. The monstrous-feminine, as distinct from female monsters, is any monster whose […]

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Audism: Understanding Its Meaning and Implications in the Deaf Community

Audism: Understanding Its Meaning and Implications in the Deaf Community

>>SPEAKER: HELLO. I AM SARAH MAY ROBERTS. AND I AM ONE OF THE STUDENT MEMBERS FOR THE COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS SERIES. AND ON BEHALF OF THE UNIVERSITY HOUSING I WELCOME YOU TO THIS EVENING’S EVENT CALLED AUDISM UNVEILED: UNDERSTANDING ITS MEANING AND IMPLICATIONS IN THE DEAF COMMUNITY. THE COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS SERIES IS A LIVING AND LEARNING […]

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Dalsukhbhai Tadvi, Oustee of Sardar Sarovar Project Colony, Kevadia Colony, Village: Gora, Gujarat

Dalsukhbhai Tadvi, Oustee of Sardar Sarovar Project Colony, Kevadia Colony, Village: Gora, Gujarat

Dalsukhbhai Tadvi, Gora, Kevadia Colony, Gujarat. Senior Leader, NBA. Interview: 2007 My village is Gora. My name is Dalsukhbhai Vechabhai. I don’t remember the year as I do not have (birth) certificate but I can approximately say that I am 83 years old. In Gora, we had ten to twelve acres of land. In those […]

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America’s African Colony: Formation of Liberia

America’s African Colony: Formation of Liberia

When looking at colonial maps of Africa most of the continent was divided between the European powers the only exceptions being the Ethiopians who essentially fought off colonialization and one other on the opposite side of the continent Liberia However, this nation is a remnant of pre-colonial times It was the attempt of African colonization […]

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4. Communities: Key Institutions and Relationships

4. Communities: Key Institutions and Relationships

Well, last time looking at the household provided a point of entry to some of the basic realities and priorities that shape people’s lives at the most basic level in the sixteenth century. But as is already apparent, I hope, these households of course didn’t live in isolation. On the contrary, every family was conducting […]

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I’m a Mormon, Cultural Mesh, and Self-Invented Cook

I’m a Mormon, Cultural Mesh, and Self-Invented Cook

Look how beautiful that looks now. I have to be honest; I couldn’t cook when I was first married. My husband was my guinea pig, and he never complained. You definitely need … It’s important ’cause food is an integral part of my culture. That might be too much, but my philosophy is, don’t skimp […]

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EDSAC – A Cultural Shift in Computing

EDSAC – A Cultural Shift in Computing

JOYCE WHEELER: We realized that things were much more advanced, nowhere else had these facilities at the time. DR. DAVID HARTLEY: The EDSAC was responsible if you like, or supported researchers, or went as far as getting Nobel Prizes. JOYCE WHEELER: Researchers found that it was possible to solve problems quite beyond the expectations at […]

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