Saturday, September 23, 2017

Christian Numerologist's Prediction: The World Ends on September 23, 2017


According to the Bible, Jesus Christ is to come again at the end of the world
Image courtesy: www.express.co.uk/


Yes, today -- September 23 -- is the much-vaulted doomsday, the end of the world! So says David Meade, a Christian numerologist and self-proclaimed end-time prophet in the U.S. 

According to him, the verses in Luke 21: 25 -26 are the signs of the Bible-mentioned apocalypse. Our most-recently witnessed solar eclipse and destruction unleashed by Hurricane Harvey are those events of the apocalypse.

It is now, at the time of writing this news in this blog, 10:15 a.m. and still now sign of the apocalypse. 

For more on this prediction, please read:




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Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Quotation of the Week (September 17 - 23, 2017)


A quotation of Joanna Lumley on 'learning from nature,' compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Photo (A summer garden in Scarborough area of Toronto: Sept. 5, 2017) © Jerome D'Costa

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Amazon Launches Its Audiobook Website 'Audible' in Canada



L-R: Don Katz, the CEO of the Audible, novelist Margaret Attwood, and Elizabeth Moss, an actor of The Handmaid' Tale, at the Audible-launching ceremony in Toronto
Photo © Jerome D'Costa

Amazon's audiobook website, Audible, was launched yesterday with the partial reading of novelist Margaret Atwood's book The Handmaid's Tale in a morning ceremony at the Union Station of Toronto.

In Canada, audiobooks will be available from: audible.ca/                              

For more, please read: Margaret Atwood and Elizabeth Moss reunite, have words in Toronto (Sept. 3, 2017)




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Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Quotation of the Week (September 10 - 16, 2017)


A quotation of Nelson Mandela on 'making a difference to others' lives makes our lives significant', compiled by Jerome D'Costa
Photo (Flowers on sale at the Costco superstore in Scarborough, Toronto: April 12, 2014) © Jerome D'Costa

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Friday, September 8, 2017

GLOBAL CITIZEN DIGEST: A Publication of Toronto



Global Citizen Digest: A Publication of  Toronto

Published by the Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Inclusion at the Centennial College, Toronto, this magazine provides news, features and articles on global citizenship initiatives and partnership, indigenous studies, indigenization at the Centennial College, relationship building across institutions, social entrepreneurship movement, conversations for social change, social justice fashion, and more. 

Email: gcei@centennialcollege.ca

It is also available online at: Global Citizen Digest


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Thursday, September 7, 2017

DOLCE: A Publication of Toronto



Dolce: A Publication of Toronto
This luxury lifestyle and fashion magazine, published quarterly from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), publishes features and articles on personalities, art and design, fashion, business and finance, real estate, food and drink, philanthropy, jewellery, travel, and more. 

Email: info@dolce.ca

It's also available online at: Dolce





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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

How Some People Use Religion for Their Own Interests


Sept. 11, 2017 issue of the Outlook magazine from India
Image courtesy: www.outlookindia.com

The Outlook magazine, published from New Delhi, India, in its September 11, 2017 issue details ungodly deeds of some Indian male and female charlatans using religion for money, sex and power disregarding the sense of decency, morality, and rule of law.

The magazine's cover story deals with items headlined as follows: Goddamn!, Tantric Rites In The Bed, The Unascetic Swami Of Pelf, Bleeding Plots Narrate It All, Shootout At Puttaparthi, A Scary Cort Of Bliss, Thirst Beneath The Red Lips, A Hypnotic Tale, Middlemen In God's Market, Convicted By People's Court, and The Dera Sultanates.

To read them all, you may visit: Outlook



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