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  • Thousands Meditate With Zen Buddhist Monk

    09/17/2013 1:07:26 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 4 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 | Billy Baker
    Renowned activist’s message of nonviolence, mindfulness suffuses Copley SquareWhen the 86-year-old Thich Nhat Hanh was introduced to his audience in Copley Square on Sunday afternoon, he began by saying nothing for 25 minutes. Hanh, a Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk who is an internationally respected peace activist and author, was in Boston as part of a US tour. And as he sat in meditation in front of the crowd of about 2,000, he managed to do something seemingly impossible: He made the city center quiet along with him, to the point where any noise — a skateboard, a car horn, a...
  • Hostess Mediation Fails, Liquidation To Proceed; Furious Laid Off Workers Now Turn On Labor Union

    11/20/2012 7:49:57 PM PST · by Nachum · 177 replies
    Zero Hedge ^ | 11/20/12 | Tyler Durden
    Last week, when discussing the next steps for the company, and specifically the hope that mediation may resolve the epic animosity between management and workers, we stated that "What makes a mediation improbable is that the antagonism between the feuding sides has certainly hit a level of no return: "Several unions also objected to the company's plans, saying they made "a mockery" of laws protecting collective bargaining agreements in bankruptcy. The Teamsters, which represents 7,900 Hostess workers, said the company's plan would improperly cut the ability of remaining workers to use sick days and vacation." Sure enough, moments ago we...
  • Keep it good in the family neighborhood by avoiding arguments

    03/13/2010 7:49:35 PM PST · by Kfobbs · 140+ views
    Ann Arbor Examiner ^ | March 13, 2010 | Kevin Fobbs
    Family squabbles are almost inevitable. As the warm Washtenaw County weather begins to seep into our lives and the longer winter and soon-to-be spring sunlit days become longer and longer, the family visits and the accompanying ritualistic arguments are just around the corner. You know what happens. You are going to prepare the kids and the spouse for what seems to be a “we’re-finally-out-of-the-house weekend visit with the first in a rotation of family siblings and their kids or irritating brother-in-law or “know-it-all” sister-in-law. Been there and seen it before? Well there are a number of ways that this can...
  • L’Osservatore Romano Breaks Five Year Silence on Coredemption [Catholic Caucus]

    08/06/2007 6:50:34 AM PDT · by Friar Roderic Mary · 8 replies · 381+ views
    AirMaria.com ^ | 8/4/2007 | Fra Roderic
    Ave Maria! In the Tuesday-Wednesday, July 30-31 Italian Edition of the L'Osservatore Romano on page 4 an article appeared called Enamored of The Virgin by Fr. Giovanni Velocci which gave a strong promotion of Marian Coredemption and Mediation of all Graces. This breaks a five year silence on the issue and ... is so resoundingly positive.Based on St. Alphnoses de Ligouri's The Glories of Mary Fr. Velocci argues on a thomistic basis relating and conjoining Mary's participation in the redemption to her Divine Maternity and specifically as Mother of the Redeemer. Here are my rough translations of excerpts from the...
  • How to help postmoderns seek time for quiet

    09/11/2006 2:20:34 PM PDT · by Tamar1973 · 3 replies · 229+ views
    SecularPostmodern.org ^ | April-May 2006
    Many postmoderns seek time and space for quiet and contemplation. How might Adventists and other Christians effectively incorporate these into their worship services?
  • Will Agreement Shake Cooperation Between Seoul and Washington(S. Korean sabotage?)

    09/19/2005 7:42:40 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 6 replies · 638+ views
    Chosun Ilbo ^ | 09/19/05
    Will Agreement Shake Cooperation Between Seoul and WashingtonThe second part of the fourth round of the six-party talks, which reconvened on Sept. 13, went through considerable ups and downs prior to the announcement of a joint statement Monday. The South Korean government spent the last week engaging in last-moment negotiations to find an agreement over the light-water reactor issue, which North Korea would not abandon to the end, despite considerable tensions between Seoul and Washington. Some, however, are wondering whether Seoul’s assumption of a mediating role between the United States and North Korea might become a burden on South Korea-U.S....
  • New Albany Diocese Attorney Getting $350-an-hour

    10/01/2004 11:49:22 AM PDT · by sidewalk · 1 replies · 232+ views
    Albany (NY) Times Union | October 1, 2004
    The original article appears to have disappeared from the Times-Union's website, but it read in part: [Sharon] Witbeck also questioned the [Diocesan abuse mediation] program's independence since it and [sprogram system administrator Howard] Levine's $350-an-hour salary, are funded by the diocese. For more details see previous post: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/1224106/posts
  • (Albany) Diocese announces mediation program

    09/22/2004 5:00:00 PM PDT · by sidewalk · 200+ views
    Albany (NY) Times-Union ^ | September 22, 2004 | MICHELE MORGAN BOLTON
    ALBANY -- Retired Court of Appeals Judge Howard Levine announced today an assistance program for victims of clergy sex abuse aimed at mediating issues with the church, rather than litigating them. Levine worked for 10 months on the program that is funded with $5 million from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. In addition, Mary Jo White, the former federal prosecutor who recently cleared Bishop Howard Hubbard of sexual misconduct allegations, donated $225,000, carrying out her pledge to directly assist victims with a portion of her fee. Levine said the focus of the program is on healing and reconciliation, and...
  • School Bullying in an "Enlightened" Socialist State

    08/17/2004 2:09:18 PM PDT · by Che Chihuahua · 25 replies · 756+ views
    Reuters.com - Oddly Enough News Articles ^ | Tuesday, August 17, 2004, 09:43 AM ET | Alister Doyle
    OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian schools are meant to be magically free of bullying when students go back to class on Wednesday after the summer break. But pupils say the landmark "zero tolerance" campaign for name-calling, hitting, hair-pulling, arm-twisting and other playground nastiness is about as realistic as the plot of a "Harry Potter" novel. Even Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik admits the two-year scheme launched in 2002 is optimistic in its goal of eradicating bullying from the start of the school year Wednesday. "There will be cases of bullying but zero tolerance is our target," he told Reuters of a...
  • Al-Rubay'i Heads for Al-Najaf To Mediate Between Al-Mahdi Army, Government

    08/12/2004 5:16:39 AM PDT · by yonif · 13 replies · 461+ views
    FBIS Report | 12 Aug 04 | Doha Al-Jazirah Satellite Channel
    FYI--Al-Rubay'i Heads for Al-Najaf To Mediate Between Al-Mahdi Army, Government GMP20040812000105 Doha Al-Jazirah Satellite Channel Television in Arabic 1124 GMT 12 Aug 04 [FBIS Report] Doha Al-Jazirah Television in Arabic at 1124 GMT on 12 August carries the following "urgent report" as a screen caption: "[Iraqi National Security Adviser] Muwaffaq al-Rubay'i heads for Al-Najaf to mediate between Al-Mahdi Army and the interim government." Further as warranted. [Description of Source: Doha Al-Jazirah Satellite Channel Television in Arabic -- Independent Television station financed by the Qatari Government]