Posts Categorized: Death as an Advisor

METROPOLITAN ANTHONY BLOOM: ON DEATH AND SUFFERING

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TweetShare His Eminence Metropolitan Anthony Bloom (June 6, 1914 – August 4, 2003) was bishop of the Diocese of Sourozh, the Russian Orthodox Church in Great Britain and Ireland.  He was born in Lausanne, Switzerland, and spent his early childhood in Russia and Persia. During the Bolshevik Revolution the family had to leave Persia, and…
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LESSONS FROM A FRIEND WITH AIDS

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TweetShare In the late 1980’s, while I was living in New York City and practicing chiropractic, I was asked to join the Executive Board of an organization that was involved with the AIDS epidemic. Basically, our mission was to encourage more research into possible treatments. (There was little available in traditional medicine at the time…
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