July 4, 2015
Salem-News.com Culture articles| Next Page
Salem-News.com (Apr-21-2015 15:05)
Remembering Inmates on this EasterShamim Masih, Salem-News.com
Rah-e-Nijat Ministry is working with prisoners in Pakistan.
I have been reporting from the country where extremist Sunnis, inspired by puritan Wahhabi teachings, and have been targeting educated and well off Christians.
Salem-News.com (Mar-30-2015 17:15)
The Healing Power of MeditationDr. William T. Hathaway Salem-News.com
Transcendental Meditation produces mental and physical rest that is twice as deep as in sleep.
(OLDENBURG, Germany) -
I suffered a brain injury at birth. An EEG test showed chaotic, abnormal brain waves, and in school I had attention deficit disorder. I couldn't concentrate and my thoughts were cloudy. My grades were mediocre, and I flunked out of my first university.
Salem-News.com (May-11-2014 10:58)
World Indigenous Domestic Violence and Indigenous Health Conferences Slated for December in QueenslandSalem-News.com
Calling for papers - second and last round reopen until May 31st
Greetings to the Indigenous Peoples of the World from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, the fist people Australia. Indigenous Conference Services is proud to host two great world conferences the 2014 World Indigenous Health Conference and the World Indigenous Domestic Violence Conference.
Salem-News.com (May-09-2014 14:39)
Opinion: Parents Need to be Held Accountable for BullyingOp-Ed by Steve Siebold for Salem-News.com
Putting an end to bullying starts at home.
(CARSON, CA) -
Carson, Calif., may become the first municipality in the nation to make bullying a crime, by treating it as an infraction or a misdemeanor.
Salem-News.com (May-07-2014 16:57)
Anyone for Ouija Board?
Bill Annett Salem-News.com
Russell Kirk's notion of conservatism rejects the ideological purity of some present practitioners. It stands for the concept of moral order and confidence expressed in the U.S. Constitution...
(ALEXANDRIA, VA) -
Russell Kirk's landmark book, The Conservative Mind: From Burke To Eliot, was published 60 years ago.
TIME magazine devoted its entire book section to The Conservative Mind, which Kirk had originally written in 1952 as his doctoral dissertation at the University of St. Andrew's in Scotland. Gordon Keith Chalmers, president of Kenyon College, reviewed the book in The New York Times and called it ³brilliant, even eloquent.²
In contrast to the philosopher Descartes: I feel, therefore I am.
It is easy to fall into the trap of assuming that each human being has a more or less identical range of emotions. This is not so.
Just as each human individual is physically unique while fitting into a general physical shape (that usually, but not always, includes four limbs and an adult size of between 1.5 and 2.5 metres) so, too, the range and intensity of emotions felt by human beings varies from one individual to another.
“The list of people agreeing that drug abuse is a public health problem keeps getting longer and more prestigious. Does any thinking person still believe the drug war is working?” asked Major Neill Franklin (Ret.), executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
(WASHINGTON DC) -
Eliminating drug use is not possible and prohibition leads to mass incarceration, human rights abuses, a degradation of fundamental rights, corruption and violence.
That is the conclusion reached by a report signed by five Nobel-winning economists, Reagan’s Secretary of State George Shultz, British deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, former EU foreign policy Javier Solana and other international luminaries.
At Salem Spirit Of Life our main purpose is to help any and all who ask to find their spiritual truth, regardless of race gender, sexual orientation background or other church affiliations.
I have been asked to re-introduce Salem Spirit of Life Church to the Salem Community. We are a justice-seeking community. We are a nurturing community. We will care for one another and love one another. We will be witnesses to God’s unconditional love.
Salem Spirit of Life was founded in February 2008 – holding our first public Worship Service on Easter Sunday in the basement of the MAPs Credit Union.
Life offers us choices and we cannot always know absolute outcomes.
Are we the unintended victims of our own personal propaganda?
Is it true that we are largely in denial of making mistakes and instead inculcated with the notion that we must constantly pose near-perfection for fear of being rejected by others?