• Fully alive and fully human

    Jean Govè

    The past few weeks have seen an alarming amount of men accused of sexual misconduct across the globe; from Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, to comedian Louis C.K., to a host of politicians from Washington to Westminster. The hashtag #MeToo trended worldwide on social media and gave a voice to countless ...

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  • The reusable gold at the tip of our fingers

    agara

    Starting of today, the 18th of November 2017, all Europe has agreed to work for one initiative termed EWWR. European Week for Waste Reduction is a resourceful idea to promote the reduction and reusability of waste. Governments, companies, organisations and individuals have all teamed up to colour our social media ...

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  • When did you last meet Christ?

    Pyt Farrugia

    I met him most recently a few days ago, at the introductory session of a psychotherapy course. The facilitator’s ballerina flats tapped in time to the mundane flow of questions, which came from a large group of participants. No matter how many times she heard variations of the same questions, ...

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  • A familiar stranger

    Dr Andrew Camilleri

    I hate it when it rains. It’s not the rain in itself that irritates me. It’s the fact that everything seems to go slower. Cars are more cautious, traffic jams are the order of the day and the buses. The buses never arrive, and when they do they are overflowing ...

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  • How to be broken

    Matt Urpani

    It seems that suffering has been a theme of late. My community has been reflecting on endurance and perseverance for the last month, the recent developments with Black Monday and its aftermath, events such as the Vegas shooting in the US, a seeming rise in articles such as the one ...

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  • Turning Grape Juice into Wine

    Dr Andrew Camilleri

    I have never been able to go up a flight of steps without needing a moment to catch my breath. One particular year I decided that not only would I get fit but that I would run a half marathon. Going against a sea of naysayers including my own self-doubts ...

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  • Choices

    Matt Urpani

    Where do you see yourself in five years’ time? Most of us are familiar with this job interview cliché. Will you be moving up to that executive position in the firm? Buying your first house? Married with a kid on the way? Personally, I’ve always struggled with projecting what lies ...

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  • Honour thy father and thy mother

    Christine Galea

    Growing older seems to be taking its toll on my younger, somewhat rebellious, self! Not that I ever was very troublesome in my coming-of-age years (if one excludes a consistent tendency to speak my mind too plainly and my insistence upon having things my way!). Besides, there is no denying ...

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