Total Eclipse of the Heart

This week’s solar eclipse plunged a wide path over the US into darkness for a few minutes. Being a science nerd I kept the NASA live broadcast running as I tried to multitask.

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Time to Rethink Tradition

Twice a year as we spring forward or fall back an hour adjusting our clocks for Daylight Saving Time, and the provoked chatter ensues among neighbours and up to the

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RAMADAM

If you catch a glimpse of the Burrard Street bridge or Vancouver City Hall this coming Sunday, you’ll notice their lights are green signalling the start of Ramadan. Celebrated by

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LEAP YEAR

Every four years, we get an extra day on our calendars in the month of February- Leap Day. For some it feels like a bonus day, and is an extra special

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Twins

Can you read each other’s minds? Do you have the same personality and interests? Do you always get along? These are some of the most frequent questions I get asked

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What grabs your attention?

It’s Sunday afternoon, the biggest football game of the year is on and I’m taking notes. I have my favorite team but I’m not a diehard student of the game.

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Does God let us hit rock bottom?

In the heart of a world where love often feels conditional, unconditional love seems almost mythical. So, we want to offer a lens to view God’s extraordinary lengths in demonstrating

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What is love

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller I don’t have to look at the calendar to know it is February. It seems every store window in my neighborhood is featuring something heart shaped. It’s not just the chocolatier and jewelers there are heart-shaped

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International and Internal Peace

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller Peace on earth sure seems elusive. The international news feed, road rage, the sounds of sirens, drug ads to treat anxiety and insomnia are ample evidence

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Stepping in for Strangers

Everyone I spoke to on Monday was impacted by the transit strike. Bus riders described long lines to board Skytrain already packed like sardines. Drivers sat in snarled traffic. And

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