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Can we love even our deadliest enemies?

It never ceases to amaze me that in the midst of the physical and emotional agony of the cross, Jesus was able to look at the very people crucifying him and say — and, of course, mean — ”Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do”. So how did he do it? According to Christian Science founder […]

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Why a Death Café isn’t as ominous as it sounds…

No, it’s not a new franchise with baristas offering to add a dash of arsenic to your daily caffeine spike. Nor is it a high street variation on Dignitaswhere you can enjoy an espresso with your euthanasia. Death cafes do not promote anyone’s demise. Instead they seek to reduce the mystique surrounding a “taboo” topic by […]

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