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Realities on the Ground for Science and Faith Amidst COVID-19
In the midst of COVID-19, how have faith communities been grappling with questions of access and justice?
When To Be Intuitive, When To Be Analytical – Religion, Belief and Social Connections, Part 2
Jonathan Morgan and Connor Wood discuss their new research about religion, cognitive styles, and intuition.
When Reality Is Hard to Accept
Once I accept reality, I can begin to work on the world as it is, rather than the world that exists in my head.
The Need for Self-Compassion
On the one hand, we want to accept ourselves where we are, and yet we also want to strive to be better. But walking a tightrope is stressful — it is far too easy to fall over one side or the other. So some researchers have wondered: is there a more effective way to help us accept our human failings and be motivated to improve?
What We Can Learn from Wandering in the Wilderness
We spend much more time wandering in the wilderness than living in the Promised Land. In fact, that may be why the Torah was given in middle of the wilderness — to remind us that while the Promised Land is wonderful, we learn our greatest lessons on the journey along the way.