A few thoughts about Harmony Day

I wrote the following in an email to a group of fellow students prior to Harmony Day about 3 years ago. It was in response to some theological troubles I'd had with the idea of Harmony Day and my participation in a class activity to acknowledge Harmony Day. I hope you find it helpful.  ... Continue Reading →

Economics: filling in the gaps

The more I review my high school education, the more I question the kinds of things we were taught, or not taught. For example, it is common for many of my cohort to have issues with identifying grammar. I saw this particularly when studying Japanese late last year, where people did not know how to... Continue Reading →

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