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Friday, August 08, 2008

Funeral Etiquette

When a friend or colleague (or a colleague's family member) dies, it's human to consider 'what can I do to make him / her feel better?' And, in the case of others, we need to ask or know: is there a specific practice, custom or behavior that I should be aware of?

And, for this if you are looking for Funeral Etiquettes (To Do and NOT to Do, Dress, What to say, Gifts and other expressions of sympathy, appropriate behaviors to observe) in Islam / Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Baha'i, or in any faith, religious / spiritual group, Ask me

Friday, August 01, 2008

Nonviolence as a Tactic for Change

By Dan Tow • Feb 5th, 2008 • Category: Pakistan Vote'08, Worth A Second Look • (9,853 views) • 22 Comments

I have recently finished reading the excellent biography Benjamin Franklin, by Edmund S. Morgan. Franklin is my personal favorite among the Founding Fathers of the United States of America, an inspirational example, and, by all accounts, a delightful and brilliant human being. I can’t presume to speak for what Franklin, dead more than 200 years, would say on current events, but I found profound inspiration from this fine book, nonetheless, and let it be to Franklin’s credit if anything I say here rings true, and to my own discredit if it does not. continue reading

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