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How Major Jewish Ideas Evolved Into Universal Values. Once considered preposterous, many of Judaism’s revolutionary teachings are today’s universal values that are taken for granted. The history of the gradual
transition of attitudes on values is as instructive as it is fascinating. An analysis of Jewish contributions past and present allows us to define ways in which Judaism can continue serving as a beacon of light and wisdom
for all humanity. Each episode traces the origins of the value in Jewish text, the impact of dissenting ideologies and the acceptance of Jewish social values into mainstream society.
There's more than meets the eye at Refuge Coffee in Clarkston, Georgia, as you see in this edition of "Making a Difference." With every cup of coffee poured a “safe, multi-ethnic space void of agenda” expands for Atlanta’s refugee community. The coffee shop provides jobs and job training for refugees. It's also a venue for community gatherings, many aimed at bringing together people from diverse backgrounds. The coffee shop, once located in a food truck with seating in a renovated service station, has now expanded beyond what's considered the most diverse square mile in America to the historic "Sweet Auburn" Avenue in downtown Atlanta, bringing with it a belief that people can get to know each other and understanding each other, one cup of coffee at a time.
Join martial arts instructor Michael Issa as we take a journey through Dao-Yin, a stretching-focused subset of Qigong. In each program, we travel step-by-step through each move in the Lian Gong 18 set. Each episode will begin
with a warmup, present in detail a few new movements, and close with a stretching routine composed of both these new moves and moves from earlier episodes. Like Tai Chi, Qigong is ancient Chinese calisthenics that combines
graceful, stretching movements with slow, measured breathing. Research has shown that these exercises effectively reduce stress and anxiety, in addition to protecting against disease, aging and mental health problems.
April is National Autism Awareness Month and this year’s theme is #CelebrateDifferences. Autism is a growing developmental disorder in US. The Autism Society determined that 1 in 59 children in America is diagnosed with Autism. National Autism Awareness is celebrated to promote acceptance, spread awareness and ignite changes that is needed to overcome the stigma.