It’s been some time since I wrote a straight-ahead blog. This is my first since my 2010 New Year’s Greetings! While I’ve been largely contented with just working on the Blogging Anecdotes of Oyasama series for most of 2010, there were a few things I felt worthy to say here.
First of all, the site was upgraded last month with a slightly new look and new features. I’ve also mixed some of the contents around as well.
To my loyal subscriber of the old RSS feed — I’m sorry, but it doesn’t appear to work anymore, so if you haven’t done so already, please sign up to the updated feed via the ubiquitous orange RSS square on the front page.
Lastly, a few links to some suggested reading that have been appeared on the Web recently:
Avery Morrow’s Internet Fancy: Parallel Developments of Christian Science and Tenrikyo
This isn’t the first, and certainly not the last comparison made between the two faith institutions that were both founded by women.
Flushing Times article on Tenrikyo Mission, New York Center
I personally find it hilarious that the article refers to Tenrikyo places of worship as “temples.” Maybe we should just give up and call them so!
Wandering Mind Is a Sign of Unhappiness – NYTimes.com
This has nothing to do with Tenrikyo, really. Yet it I found it personally worthwhile to discover scientific study suggests a wandering mind may undermine one’s happiness.
Website for the Tenrikyo Hawaii Convention 2011
This is the official website for the follow-up event to Tenri Forum 2006.
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