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By Sharon Lee Song

When I learned that this month’s theme was Wit (one of Aristotle’s 12 virtues), my first thought was, “Wit beyond measure is man’s greatest treasure.” If you’re a Harry Potter nerd like I am, you’ll immediately recognize that these words are from one of the co-founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Rowena Ravenclaw. Continue Reading »

Wit: New Connections

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By Joanne Moon

I have a son who is autistic. He is just past the category of non-verbal into a sort of pre-conversation. He can sound out words, repeat words and at times intentionally use them, usually just one at a time or in a pre-formulated and scripted way. Continue Reading »

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By Jerrica KF Ching

Upon learning that this month’s theme was wit, the first idiom that came to mind was “at wit’s end.” I am sure that many readers have felt at times that they are at wit’s end, reaching the point of being emotionally and mentally exhausted. Perhaps you are feeling at this point right now, and it is my hope that you find peace. Continue Reading »

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By Melanie Mar Chow

As I pen the final “truthfulness” entry of this month, I’m grateful to AAWOL sister, April! She provided Artistotle’s definition of truthfulness to anchor this offering. How does living life with no deceitful or manipulative actions or verbal responses look for Asian American women in Christian leadership? Continue Reading »

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By April Yamasaki

As I write this, it is the eve of another federal election in Canada. Key issues include climate policy, pipelines, taxes, the economy, pharmacare to cover medication expenses, childcare, Indigenous policy, immigration. But in the midst of all of these, the issue of truthfulness seems to come up again and again.

Did the Prime Minister pressure the Justice Minister and Attorney General to interfere in a criminal prosecution? He said the report was “false,” but on examination of the evidence the ethics commissioner noted several “troubling” attempts to influence the judicial process. Continue Reading »

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By Emi Iwanaga

“I myself am the road,” replied Jesus,
“and the truth and the life.
John 14:6 (Phillips)

I have no greater joy than to hear
that my children are walking in the truth.
3 John 1:4 (NIV) Continue Reading »

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By Ajung Sojwal

The phrase “truth decay” is being used a lot these days, especially on NPR. When I first heard the phrase, it stopped me in my tracks. How did we manage to come to this place where the word decay is used so frequently to qualify truth? Continue Reading »

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