The Korean Lesson
(4 minute read) ByeongKyu Jun says using television is the secret to reuniting families displaced by war.
No knights of faith, perhaps, but heroes of mine
(4 minute read) Joe Borg finds inspiration in some of the human weaknesses of priests in literature.
Alone in Jerusalem
(5 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst finds himself curious about, annoyed, but ultimately captivated by the Holy City.
Editorial: What makes a great leader?
(2 minute read) This week's Adamah offerings lead Joseph Evans to reflect on the differences between a good and bad leader.
You win some, you lose some…
(3 minute read) A board game sweeping Asia offers Nicole Law some powerful life lessons.
When society comes apart at the seams
(10 minute read) James Bradshaw finds the predictions of an American academic eerily accurate, but discovers in them ideas for a better future.
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser looks for lessons in history as she defines her own leadership style.
A degree in serenity
(4 minute read) Natasha Farwell says feeling directionless after university is perfectly OK!
Editorial: Carpe Diem!
(1 minute read) We need to squeeze the full juice out of every moment life offers us, argues Ronnie Convery.
(3 minute read) Nicole Law scratches the surface of motherhood to discover the ocean of love which often lies (well) hidden beneath.