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#metoo

What #MeToo Means for All of Us

The #MeToo campaign started with one woman, but the butterfly effect is at work. The result promises liberation for all women, and men too. Evil isn’t too strong a word for the unwanted sexual advances of predatory men, but this evil has been protected by a wall of silence and shame. When the behavior of […]

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Father's Day

Father’s Day – A Holiday or Holy Day?

Father – The one who has the honor of offering the seed of new life; and hopefully he has the wisdom and love to guide that seed to its fruition. The value of a father cannot be overestimated. “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both […]

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Love is a Choice that Alters the Path of Life

It’s easy to think that what you say and do isn’t a big deal. How do you measure the impact of your choices and actions anyway? Can your choice make a difference to the world? At Easter Time, our thoughts naturally turn to Jesus and the choices he made. Although the stores are bursting at […]

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Patterns That Drive Our Actions, and How To Change Them

The following is a Sunday Message given at the Family Church of Connecticut, on March 5, 2017 – Pastors Mika & Abe Deshotel  It’s Spring, so let’s explore the idea of growth through self-reflection and re-commitment. In considering this topic, the hope is that each of you can walk away truly having connected with something […]

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Stand for Love

Stand Up For True Love

Love is under attack! Love is being slandered, degraded, misused and abused. It’s time to rescue love from the clutches of the dark side! Maybe you have a good marriage, a happy family, and the moral character to know right from wrong – but look around – your children and the future are not safe. […]

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family

Family is The School of Love

Lasting Imprint – Session 5 Where does a person’s sense of self worth come from? How do we learn to love others? There is no doubt that the environment in which a child grows up plays a significant role. Although we are born with personality traits and potential, those elements are shaped into character through […]

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social ethics from family

Social Ethics from the Second Blessing

The Divine Principle from a Unification Thought perspective The Second Blessing, part 10 In the last few articles, we’ve been looking at the virtues named in Unification Thought which help us understand ethical relationships in a family. This is the first part of the description of the Second Blessing: God’s second blessing was to be […]

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Want a Happier Life? Ask Better Questions

“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.” -Albert Einstein Questions are everything. They determine what you focus […]

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Freedom From What Holds Us Back

Who doesn’t struggle? It’s part of life to have obstacles to overcome and to be faced with challenges. That may contribute to what makes life interesting and exciting; after all, what would a book be without it’s conflict? However, sometimes it seems like we go around in circles without finding solutions. Sometimes we get stuck […]

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Honoring National Parent’s Day

This is an historic day, a national holiday of immense proportions. Those who celebrate this holiday today are creating the foundation for a future that recognises the value of parents, father’s and mother’s as a united team, in the formation of families. Although in the United States we already had a Mother’s Day and a Father’s […]

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