People in the UK: Have you given up your Christian faith? | Believe

According to the 2021 census, Christianity is now a minority religion in England and Wales. We like to hear from Britons who no longer identify with their Christian faith. We are interested to hear what caused this change in people and whether their families have also given up their Christian faith. Share your experiences We … Read more

Cheers! The Serbian plum brandy is given the status of World Heritage by the UN

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — It’s time to raise a glass to sljivovica — Serbia’s traditional plum brandy that authorities said on Thursday will be added to the UN’s list of intangible cultural heritage as a cherished tradition that humanity must Are stored. UNESCO experts meeting in Morocco this week decided that “social practices and knowledge … Read more

Sharing culture through food – The Tack Online

On November 12, the International Club and BVU’s Hispanic and Latinx student organization Raíces co-hosted an International Taste Night, where many members brought food representative of their culture to share. Korean students made a Korean sushi called kimbap (also known as gimbap), which basically consists of cooked rice, vegetables, fish or meat rolled in seaweed. … Read more

‘We all know how Virat Kohli showed great confidence in Pant during his captaincy’ | Cricket

Virat Kohli’s youth Rajkumar Sharma offers an interesting assessment of India’s performance in the recently concluded One Day International (ODI) series against hosts New Zealand and lashed out at one of the star performers of the Shikhar Dhawan-led side for his mediocre run in the limited-overs format. With veteran gloveman Dinesh Karthik making way for … Read more

Investors, stay confident even in the darkest of times

There have been four major Black Swan events in my investing life: the secondary banking crisis of the early 1970s; the 2008 subprime crisis; the 2019-20 Covid-19 pandemic; and more recently Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. For me, the most important of these unpredictable events was the first. In the secondary banking crisis, London & County … Read more

Vikar Rasool Wani visits religious scholar Late. Mufti Ab. Hamid’s residence

Srinagar Dec 1 (KNS): Vikar Rasool Wani, Chairman of the Congress Committee of Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh, visited Mufti Abdul Hamid’s residence in Sangladhan in Ramban district on Thursday and offered his sincere condolences to the family and followers of the late religious scholar. Mufti Abdul Hamid was the son of the eminent religious scholar … Read more

It’s more about culture than diversity

Michael Barrington-Hibbert, co-founder of 10,000 Black Interns and CEO of Barrington Hibbert Associates, spoke to Investment Week about how this can be changed for the better and how it’s about tackling culture rather than simply meeting diversity goals. 10,000 Black Interns is a non-profit organization founded in 2020 that places Black students and graduates on … Read more

5 Ways to Recognize Indigenous Cultural Appropriation in Wellness Culture

Social media influencers refer to themselves as “medicine people” or “healers.” Keep in mind that most indigenous medicine people don’t advertise their knowledge on Instagram, don’t share photos of ceremonies, and certainly don’t try to get a “follower.” Beware of these so-called gurus who are unlikely to be endorsed by the communities that claim them. … Read more

‘You’re never right as a mother’ – Serena Williams’ blind Bible faith she wants to impart to five-year-old daughter Olympia

Serena Williams was very clear in her intention to retire. One of the main reasons was that she wanted to spend more time with her daughter Olympia after her retirement. And that is exactly what the 14-time Wimbledon champion has done. However, raising Olympia has come with some unexpected challenges. ADVERTISEMENT Article continues below this … Read more