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Insightful Films on the Afterlife: “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey” and “The Mothers of Chico Xavier”

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Cinema Scene

Insightful Films on the Afterlife: “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey” and “The Mothers of Chico Xavier”

Chico Xavier was a well-known Brazilian philanthropist and medium in Spiritism. The first film, “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey,” is based on one of his best-selling books with the same name. Through the book, the spirit of Dr. André Luiz tells of his experiences, lessons, and spiritual awakening in the astral city that he stays in after leaving Earth. Our second film is the 2011 drama, “The Mothers of Chico Xavier,” inspired by the true stories from Marcel Souto Maior's book. The thought-provoking film reminds us of the ephemeral nature of life, while illustrating that there is life after death and that our every action has a consequence.
Cinema Scene
2019-11-15   1496 Views
Cinema Scene
2019-11-15

Aviral Pokhrel: The Boy Who Can “See” Using Touch and Smell

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Science and Spirituality

Aviral Pokhrel: The Boy Who Can “See” Using Touch and Smell

Twelve-year-old Aviral Pokhrel of Nepal has an unusual ability. He can see colors and objects through his senses of touch and smell. I try to feel using my hands, and if I’m unable to identify things clearly with my hands, then I try to smell them. And based on their smell, I can tell what they are. Sometimes it just comes to me, then based on that I say what it is and it matches, too. And when we practice even more and more deeply, and go even deeper, we may be able to just hold a book in our hands, just shake it to even figure out what’s there on which page number of the book.
Science and Spirituality
2019-10-11   1293 Views
Science and Spirituality
2019-10-11

Into the World of Rescue Animals with Ms. Leslie Crawford (vegan), Part 1 of 2

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Kids' Wonderland

Into the World of Rescue Animals with Ms. Leslie Crawford (vegan), Part 1 of 2

“First, there was Wilbur… …then came Babe. And now… Sprig the Rescue Pig! Our hero starts this adventure tale on a truck bound for nowhere good… But this little pig escapes! ‘Run, Sprig, Run!’ Sprig discovers what it means to be a pig… …and meets a girl named Rory, and her mom.” What we just watched is a short introduction about a wonderful children’s book “Sprig the Rescue Pig” written by Ms. Les
Kids' Wonderland
2021-07-03   552 Views
Kids' Wonderland
2021-07-03

Holy Mount Kailash: Tibetan Sacred Land, Part 1 of 3

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The World Around Us

Holy Mount Kailash: Tibetan Sacred Land, Part 1 of 3

At the heart of Himalayan Tibet, standing 6,638 meters (21,778 feet) high in the Kailash Range, Mount Kailash is widely considered to be one of the most sacred sites on Earth. Its name is derived from the word “kelāsa” in Sanskrit, meaning “crystal.” The Tibetan name for the mountain is Gang Rinpoche, which can be translated as “precious jewel of snows.” The Kailash Mansarovar area has been nomina
The World Around Us
2021-07-02   790 Views
The World Around Us
2021-07-02

Taste of Uzbek Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Vegan Manti (Steamed Dumplings) with Homemade Thin Wrappers, Asian Long Rolling Pin Method

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Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Taste of Uzbek Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Vegan Manti (Steamed Dumplings) with Homemade Thin Wrappers, Asian Long Rolling Pin Method

Today, we will make our very own Veganized Manti, which is the traditional Uzbek dumpling. We begin by making the dough for the thin Manti wrappers. Into a mixing bowl, add the flour and the salt. As for water, it is better to add a little at a time while mixing the flour. Next, we will make two kinds of fillings for the Manti. We will start with the spinach filling. First, chop the spinach
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2021-06-27   381 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2021-06-27

How to Control Asthma Attacks

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Healthy Living

How to Control Asthma Attacks

Asthma is a major chronic inflammatory disease of the airways to the lungs and the most common chronic condition in children. According to the World Health Organization, in 2019, approximately 292 million people worldwide were affected by asthma. Typical asthma symptoms include wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and chest tightness. The root cause of developing asthma is a combination
Healthy Living
2021-06-26   361 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-26

The Young World Changers, Part 2 of a Multi-part Series

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Kids' Wonderland

The Young World Changers, Part 2 of a Multi-part Series

Our world faces climate change, environmental destruction, and a global pandemic. Many humans and animals are suffering from hunger, sickness, homelessness, or other misfortunes. Young people around the world have been standing up to voice their concerns and are lending a helping hand. First, let’s meet the 12-year-old Yasmine Qubain from Jordan. In 2019, Yasmine set up her own online business, J
Kids' Wonderland
2021-06-26   364 Views
Kids' Wonderland
2021-06-26

Bats - Our Invisible Friends with Kristin Tieche (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Bats - Our Invisible Friends with Kristin Tieche (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

Ms. Kristin Tieche is from San Francisco, California, United States of America and has been involved in the filmmaking industry for many years, receiving much acclaim for her award-winning environmental and social commentary films. Her documentaries cover a wide variety of themes, from identity crisis in “Forms of Identification,” to urbanism, sustainability, and biking in “Velo Visionaries,” to w
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2021-06-25   404 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2021-06-25

Nature’s Healing Power: Forest Therapy with Clemens Arvay (veg advocate), Part 4 of 4

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Uplifting Literature

Nature’s Healing Power: Forest Therapy with Clemens Arvay (veg advocate), Part 4 of 4

Clemens Arvay’s most recent books address the current COVID-19 pandemic. “We Can Do Better” is about the environmental and social problems that led to the COVID-19 crisis. “COVID-19 Vaccines: Hope or Risk?” is a science-based book on the problems and open questions about vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. Both became bestsellers immediately after publication.In “Biophilia in the City,” Clemens me
Uplifting Literature
2021-06-25   601 Views
Uplifting Literature
2021-06-25

J. R. R. Tolkien: Father of Modern Fantasy Literature

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A Journey through Aesthetic Realms

J. R. R. Tolkien: Father of Modern Fantasy Literature

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien or J. R. R. Tolkien, was a renowned English writer, poet, and professor of ancient languages and philology. From his vast imagination, he created the fantastic world of Arda, wherein lies the mortal land of Middle-Earth, an immersive continent populated not only by Men, but also by Elves, Dwarves, Hobbits, Ents, Orcs, Trolls, Dragons, and other mythical beings. J. R. R. T
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2021-06-24   289 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2021-06-24

Going Meatless with Kristie Middleton (vegan) - Transforming the Way You Eat and Live, Part 1 of 4

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Veggie Elite

Going Meatless with Kristie Middleton (vegan) - Transforming the Way You Eat and Live, Part 1 of 4

Kristie Middleton is the Vice President of Business Development at Rebellyous Foods, and former senior food policy director for the Shining World Benevolence Award recipient, Humane Society of the United States. Certified in Plant-Based Nutrition, she is also a nationally renowned speaker. “After starting to do some research into factory farming, that's when I learned that, despite what I thought
Veggie Elite
2021-06-24   564 Views
Veggie Elite
2021-06-24

Ghana – The Blessed Land with a Vibrant Culture, Part 2 of 3

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Cultural Traces Around the World

Ghana – The Blessed Land with a Vibrant Culture, Part 2 of 3

Where did the kente cloth originate? A popular legend traces it back to the Ashanti Kingdom’s first ruler, His Majesty Osei Tutu. He invited weavers from across the region to visit the neighboring Ivory Coast to expand their weaving skills. The spider offered to teach the men how to weave the designs in exchange for some favors. The kingdom adopted their creations, and kente became a royal cloth r
Cultural Traces Around the World
2021-06-23   284 Views
Cultural Traces Around the World
2021-06-23

Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Animal Rescue Cooperative Craft Guild

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Shining World Awards

Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Animal Rescue Cooperative Craft Guild

In the midst of the devastating 2019 Australian bush fires, over 30 humans and an estimated one billion wildlife perished; many who survived suffered injuries and grieved the loss of their loved ones and their homes. It is during such sorrowful calamities that the generosity, warm-heartedness and compassion of people shine brightly through their caring acts for the most vulnerable. One dedicated o
Shining World Awards
2021-06-23   304 Views
Shining World Awards
2021-06-23

Transformative Education for a Sustainable Future – Vegan School Meal Options, Part 2 of 2

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Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Transformative Education for a Sustainable Future – Vegan School Meal Options, Part 2 of 2

“Learning doesn’t stop in the classroom. Education takes place in the kitchen, in the lunch line, in school gardens, and with any platform that helps students connect the dots between diet and health.” – Dr. Neal Barnard Today, with love in our hearts for our young ones, we will continue our discussion of vegan meal options in schools around the world. In 2014, then-12-year-old vegan studen
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2021-06-22   318 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2021-06-22

Helen Wright (vegan) and Vegans Against World Hunger

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Good People, Good Work

Helen Wright (vegan) and Vegans Against World Hunger

After meeting vegans in this predicament and being “aware of the lack of UK-based charities providing vegan food and other necessities to people suffering from hunger, starvation, and malnutrition,” Helen Wright, the British founder of Vegans Against World Hunger (VAWH), launched the Bath Vegan Food Bank in Bath, UK, for the most vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic, whether they follow
Good People, Good Work
2021-06-21   265 Views
Good People, Good Work
2021-06-21

Innovative Ideas for Living More Sustainably, Part 1 of 3

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Innovative Ideas for Living More Sustainably, Part 1 of 3

On today’s program, we’ll look at one important way to protect our Earth: reducing trash production. Mr. Rob Greenfield, a US adventurer, environmental activist, and humanitarian, decided to clearly illustrate the impact of our “throw-away” society. To do so, Rob lived the life of a typical US resident for 30 days. But instead of discarding the garbage he created, he wore it. “I have been living j
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2021-06-21   335 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2021-06-21

Tributes to Fathers

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Kids' Wonderland

Tributes to Fathers

I feel elated that you have joined us today to commemorate Father’s Day, which happens on the third Sunday of June each year. A day where fatherhood and a father’s contributions to their children are recognized and celebrated. The founder of father’s day Ms. Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington, United States, observed the first Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19, 1910. Raised by a widower with 6
Kids' Wonderland
2021-06-19   523 Views
Kids' Wonderland
2021-06-19

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 2 of 2

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Healthy Living

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 2 of 2

Surfing and swimming go hand in hand. In the early 1900s, Duke Kahanamoku, nicknamed “The Duke,” was a master of both. As a talented swimmer, he broke three freestyle swimming records and won a gold medal in a freestyle event at the 1912 Olympics and two more in 1920. This shined the spotlight on his life in Hawaii, where he displayed his surfing talents and introduced a new sport to the world at
Healthy Living
2021-06-19   455 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-19

Animal Internal Navigation Systems

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Animal Internal Navigation Systems

The Earth's magnetic field runs in curves all around the globe from the south magnetic pole to the north magnetic pole. Animals equipped with internal compasses are able to navigate by analyzing its direction, intensity or inclination to determine their location or direction. Dogs are famous for their incredible sense of smell, which scientists estimate is between 10,000 and 100,000 times m
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2021-06-18   282 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2021-06-18

Successful Refugees and Immigrants Leading the Way, Part 12 of a Multi-part Series: The Pioneer of Modern Philanthropy - Andrew Carnegie

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Good People, Good Work

Successful Refugees and Immigrants Leading the Way, Part 12 of a Multi-part Series: The Pioneer of Modern Philanthropy - Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie was born on November 25, 1835, in Dunfermline, Scotland. As they were forced into poverty by the arrival of automated weaving machines, they decided to immigrate to the United States in 1848 for the prospect of a better life. At the age of 18, he was recruited by Thomas Scott, superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, as his secretary and personal telegrapher. As this yo
Good People, Good Work
2021-06-14   809 Views
Good People, Good Work
2021-06-14

Catching the Sun: Innovative Developments in Solar Power, Part 2 of 2

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Golden Age Technology

Catching the Sun: Innovative Developments in Solar Power, Part 2 of 2

As we progress in the Golden Age of Technology, many prototypes of solar-powered cars are already available. One remarkable example, a new sleek-looking, three-wheeled solar car, was launched by Aptera Motors in San Diego, California, a company that manufactures solar electric vehicles. The Aptera solar car is powered by a specially designed system that combines solar and electric energy. S
Golden Age Technology
2021-06-14   408 Views
Golden Age Technology
2021-06-14

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 1 of 2

00:12:06
Healthy Living

Having Fun and Staying Healthy by Surfing, Part 1 of 2

In Peru approximately 2000 years ago, the Peruvians built reed grass boats called totora horses (caballos de totora). These traditional surf craft are still made today from the local totora reeds and are popular among tourists and surfers alike. Surfing also has a rich history in ancient Hawaii, where riding waves was once reserved as a cultural ritual for chiefs and the upper social hierarchy of
Healthy Living
2021-06-12   372 Views
Healthy Living
2021-06-12
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