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Update yourself with Canada Immigration Latest News December 2019

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text 2019-11-27 11:22
Author appearance Sunday 1st December

 

 

On Sunday, Dec. 1,  Wes Britton will be signing books at the Cupboardmaker Bookstore in Enola, PA from 1:00-3:00 at:

 

157 N Enola Rd, Enola, PA

 

Phone: 

717-732-7288

 

(Directions below.)

 

"Finish off your Black Friday weekend with books from local authors, because signed books make great gifts! Join authors Joel Burcat, Wesley Britton, and C.S. Wachter to kick off the holiday season. All three authors will be signing their books and ready to talk to readers.

Joel Burcat is the author of the thriller Drink to Every Beast.  Find out more about Joel and his work at joelburcat.com

Wesley Britton is the author of the Beta Earth Chronicles, a six-book science fiction series.  Find out more about Wesley and his books at drwesleybritton.com

C.S. Wachter is the author of The Seven Words, a four-book Christian fantasy series, and its sequel A Weight of Reckoning.  Find out more about C.S. and her books at cswachter.com"

 

  • From Interstate-81: Take the Enola/Marysville exit 21 onto 11/15 south. Go 1.8 miles and we are the large cinder block building with book spines painted on the sides.

 

  • From Camp Hill: Take 11/15 north toward the Susquehanna River. Continue north on 11/15 at the river and travel about 3.1 miles. We are the large cinder block building with Books on the sides.

 

  • From Interstate 83 North: Follow signs for Harrisburg, Lemoyne and 11/15 north. Once on 11/15 north travel approximately 5.1 miles toward Enola. We are the large cinder block building with Books on the sides.

 

 

 

See you then!

 

https://www.cupboardmaker.com/index.php/directions-contact-us

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text 2019-10-23 12:02
Transgender people now to be a part of Sindh govt departments with 5pc quota

There is a wave of happiness among the most neglected and ignored members in a society, transgender persons after the Sindh government on Wednesday announced a fixed 5 pc quota to employ transgender folk in all government departments.

 

Sindh Chief Minister’s Adviser on Information Senator Murtaza Wahab confirmed the news in a post on social media.

 

In a Twitter post, Murtaza Wahab wrote that, “Sindh Cabinet has decided today that a five per cent quota shall be fixed for transgender in all government departments.”

 

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said “we wanted to bring transgender people into the mainstream, instructing that papers for government jobs should be readied.”

The transgender community should work on their education as well, CM added.

 

Earlier this month, the Sindh chief minister had said the government must allocate a reasonable quota for the recruitment of transgender people in all government departments, including the police.

 

He had directed the chief secretary to prepare a working paper for the cabinet so that jobs could be allocated for transgender people and urged NGOs and other organisations working for the welfare of transgender people to educate them and bring them in government service.

 

It is to be noted that, Earlier this year, Inspector-General (IG) of the Sindh Police Syed Kaleem Imam had also announced to employ transgender folks in the force.

 

Kalim Imam said, “We will make them part of Sindh police, adding that, they are good God-gifted people. Citizens like us. We should stand by them.”

 

It is pertinent to mention here that, the Supreme Court ruled that transgender people could receive national identity cards as a “third sex” and in 2017, the government issued its first passport with a transgender category.

 

The post Transgender people now to be a part of Sindh govt departments with 5pc quota appeared first on Onlineindus News.

 

Sindhi News

 
 
 
 
Source: onlineindus.com/english/Transgender-people-now-to-be-a-part-of-Sindh-govt-departments-with-5pc-quota/34496
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text 2019-10-21 13:28
Truth is Lived Not Taught

 

Hermann Karl Hesse was a German born poet, author and painter. He believed that the deity is within a person, not in books or ideas. Almost all of his works explored an individual’s search for authenticity, self-knowledge and spirituality. He acknowledged publicly that the truth must be experienced, not just taught. His books included Siddhartha, Demian, Beneath the Wheel, Narcissus and Goldmund, and several others.
 
Hermann was the one responsible for this quote. He penned it down in his book “The Glass Bead Game”. In the context of the book, the main character, Joseph Knecht, is conversing with a great master. He asks for an understanding, for a real and valid doctrine, and complains about how everything is contradictory and tangential. The master responds to him, with an offer of truth. He advises him not to wait for a perfect doctrine, but instead to long for perfection of himself. Truth is lived, not taught, and hence he must be prepared for conflicts.
 

The Difference between Teaching and Living

 
As Roy T. Bennett, the chairman of the Ohio Republican Party, had once said, “Some things can never be taught; they must be experienced. You never learn the most valuable lessons in life unless you go through your own journey.” A taught thing will never have life in it. It will always remain non-living. What we learn gains life only when it is lived in actuality.
 
When we live a truth, we can understand it completely. We undergo those circumstances and we discern the matter ourselves. Whether or not the matter or happening at hand is true or false, it is always better understood when it has been lived through. We can teach a child that fire is hot, but we cannot teach what ‘hot’ exactly is. We could say it burns, but then again, the child won’t know what that is without experiencing it. Unless the child lives through it, feels the heat radiating out of fire, the child will never really learn that fire is hot. Just as a qualitative term needs to be lived through to be understood, so must the truth be lived in that regard.
 

The Truth of Teachers and Masters

 
The truth is not some information or rather, some bookish knowledge that can be forced in, or more likely crammed into our heads by teachers. Instead, it is an experience that is learned by implementing it in our everyday behaviours and personality, which, in short, is living it. Truth, when lived, can have an ever-lasting influence. For example, a child can be taught alphabets, numbers and rhymes. But in their life, they regularly use the alphabets and numbers.
 
They live through it, and it will remain in their minds forever. However, the same cannot be said for the rhymes, for they are taught the rhymes only once. It does not remain in their minds for too long a time, because they do not recall it regularly. Though a child requires to be taught everything, they absorb the thing only when they start living with it. A sage, who practices his life by the truth, will always refuse to teach others. Why, you might ask? It is simply because the truth can never be taught. The sage will never be a teacher. He might be a master, certainly, but he will never make himself a teacher.
 

Conclusion

 
Suffering, or the loss of any precious thing, is not the truth to be lived. The truth to be lived is to face the hardships that come from spiritual learning. Truth, like knowledge, is surprisingly difficult to define. We seem to rely on it almost every moment of every day and it is very close to us. Yet it is difficult to define what the truth is because as soon as you think you have it pinned down, some case or counterexample immediately shows the other possibilities.
 
The truth is a process from the womb to the tomb, the cradle to the grave. The Greek word for “truth” is aletheia, which literally means to “un-hide” or “hiding nothing.” It conveys the thought that truth is always there, always open and available for all to see, with nothing being hidden or obscured. The Hebrew word for “truth” is emeth, which means “firmness,” “constancy” and “duration.” Such a definition implies an everlasting substance and something that can be relied upon. To conclude, I would like to quote Shakespeare, in Hamlet, wherein he wrote, “This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man.” The simple translation says that above all things, be true to yourself. And by the laws of nature, just as night follows day, the fact follows that you will be true to your fellow-men too.
 
 
 
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Source: onlineindus.com/english/Truth-is-lived-not--taught/34437
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Truth is lived not taught

 

Hermann Karl Hesse was a German born poet, author and painter. He believed that the deity is within a person, not in books or ideas. Almost all of his works explored an individual’s search for authenticity, self-knowledge and spirituality. He acknowledged publicly that the truth must be experienced, not just taught. His books included Siddhartha, Demian, Beneath the Wheel, Narcissus and Goldmund, and several others.

 

 

Source: onlineindus.com/english/Truth-is-lived-not--taught/34437
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