Tag: Faith

Lessons from Literature: Ye of Little Faith

Lessons from Literature: Ye of Little Faith

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02/26/2016

“True religion? All the religions are true insofar as they make those people who profess them live spiritually, insofar as they console them for having been born to die, and for each people the truest religion is theirs, the one that has made them.” –Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr, Miguel de Unamuno Saint Emmanuel the…

A Life Worth Living: Finding the Time to Find a Purpose

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01/22/2015

Leo’s grilled chicken has made many a day of mine. So has my International Finance professor. He’s one of those professors who initially seems to straddle the line between trying too hard to be liked and being a genuinely likable character, but as the semester progresses, you realize he’s the latter. Last week, he sent…

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