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Archive for: December 2014


Globalization Will Kill Black Pete

Every November there’s a good chance that you’ll hear a conversation in the Netherlands that goes something like this: “I just came back fro...

Is English a Threat to Linguistic Traditions?

As a native speaker of English, I revel in a fantastic luxury when I travel. Wherever I go, I can assume that the language of business is English. No ...

Globalize Your Traditions

Tradition vs. Globalization My father’s family moved from Latvia to the United States in the 1940s. With them they brought a vast array of tradition...

French Historical Conversations: Pope Edition

Sometimes people believe that walking under a ladder is bad luck. Sometimes people think that swallowing a watermelon seed means that a watermelon wil...

Does Religion Equal Spirituality?

  Does Religion Equal Spirituality? I want to ask what it means to be spiritual in today’s world. Are being religious and being spiritual t...

Glocalization: Taking the edge off Globalization

– Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? – They don’t call it a quarter pounder with cheese? – He...

Awaken Your Spirituality

What does spirituality look like? Happy Calm Peaceful Strength Courage   Soulful Confident Clean Slate Prayer Gentle   Quiet Relaxed Bliss S...

Why Atheists celebrate Christmas

I must have been 5 or 6 years old when my best friend told me during gym class that Sinterklaas (the Dutch version of Santa Claus) didn’t exist. I d...