Religious Community and Social Change

GTI FORUM The Baháʼí Experience: Religious Community and Social Change Contribution to GTI Forum Experiments in Movement Unity Selvi Adaikkalam Zabihi The future we build will be shaped by the myriad constructive and destructive forces playing out in the world today. How can greater synergy among transformative movements be fostered to reach the critical momentum needed…

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Canola Oil: I’m Less Confused

Years ago I saw an online article stating the harmful effects of using canola oil. That only reinforced my slightly negative view of canola oil. So I set out to avoid it, instead opting for olive oil wherever I could. That includes my sandwich spread. I switched to using butter with olive oil. Then, I…

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The Rivals: Who’s Coming to Dominate the EV Market?

The capacity to travel long distances without recharging, a reduced initial purchase price when compared to EVs and HEVs, and a well-established network of gas stations are just a few benefits of gas-powered vehicles. To top it off, gas-powered cars are frequently easier to fix and maintain than their electric counterparts. For many years gas-powered…

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Men Must Promote the Equality of Women and Men

Baháʼu’lláh, the founder of the Baháʼí Faith, emphasized the fundamental equality of women and men, asserting that both sexes are equally endowed with spiritual and intellectual capacities. He viewed this principle of gender equality as essential for achieving true progress and unity in society. In his writings, Baháʼu’lláh stated that “God has created all men…

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The Story of Napoleon: A Cautionary tale

People are getting more and more excited about going back to the movies. And the trailers and commercials for Napoleon look phenomenal. Napoleon is a cautionary tale of idolizing a strong compelling person and ignoring the pain and suffering they cause. While simultaneously being blind to their hunger for power and hidden agendas. Napoleon Bonaparte,…

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Up in the Air!

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is predicting record-breaking travel this holiday season, with over 30 million passengers expected to pass through U.S. airports between November 17 and December 25. This is a significant increase from last year when TSA screened 25 million passengers during the same period. There are several factors contributing to the expected…

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Why is SAF a hot topic?

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is predicting record-breaking travel this holiday season, with over 30 million passengers expected to pass through U.S. airports between November 17 and December 25. This is a significant increase from last year when TSA screened 25 million passengers during the same period. And as we become more sustainably conscience people…

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Save Your Knees While You Run

There are a few different running techniques that can help reduce impact on the knees. Here are a few tips: Strike with your midfoot or forefoot. When you strike the ground with your heel, your foot is more likely to roll inward, which can put stress on your knees. Striking with your midfoot or forefoot…

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What Is Life? Exploring the Five Key Ideas of Biology

Nobel Prize-winner Paul Nurse The Complex Question of Life Defining life is not as straightforward as it may seem. Even experts struggle to provide a concise definition that encompasses all living organisms. Paul Nurse, a renowned geneticist and cell biologist, explores this enigmatic question in his book “What Is Life?” In his quest to unravel…

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