Casting Two Ballots: Reflections of a Canadian Bahá’í Voter (via Yours Ambiguously, E.E. Talisman)
April 22, 2011
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This is a fantastic post written by a fellow Canadian and Baha’i regarding the nature of elections and comparing the electoral process in our country to that in our religious community.
The school semester has finally come to an end, and I’m soooo looking forward to a summer of blogging. During the semester I had kept notes on topics that I would be writing about. Here’s what you can look forward to: Self-efficacy, Service, and Mental Health Survey Courses and the World of Names Science and Religion: Two Humble Paths Human Rights vs. Human Responsibilities The Institute Process: Our Best Parenting Course Secularism and the Most … Read More