South Asian Connection

Personal Reflections


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    World of Difference

    How will people remember you a hundred years from now? Successful CEO? Top entrepreneur? Mesmerizing Speaker? Popular Pastor? Gifted Student? World-Class Worker? How can you make a world of difference?

    Exodus Revisited

    The question of how tens of thousands of people survived forty years in the desert, raised their children, warded of enemies, and fulfilled a God-given plan and purpose continues to baffle many. Benita writes a compelling analysis of Exodus and sheds further light on how this story has shaped the workings of the society of the time and those of subsequent generations.
    Photo by Simon Wong. simon.wong@intuitivesystems.com.au2004 ended with the worst of natural calamities with the Indian Ocean tsunami disaster but 2005 began with a display of the best of humanity's virtues. The outpouring of giving and care internationally in the disaster's wake has indeed been commendable. However, it dawned on me that every situation wherein we have the opportunity to give, no matter how much we give we can always offer more. And that gives pause for reflection.
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