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5 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Gem & Jewel Aficionados

According to the National Retail Federation, among the estimated $19.6 billion Valentine’s Day consumer spending last year alone (courtesy of more than half of United States adults celebrating the occasion), $4.7 billion of that is earmarked specifically for the jewelry category. It’s clear that our collective adoration for adornments is serving the retail channel well, […]

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Six Reasons to Sleep Like an A-Lister on ‘cloudten’ Luxury Bedding

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In a marketplace that can be ambivalent about purchasing luxury goods, particularly among Millennials and the Gen Z set, one game-changing bedding brand—cloudten—is garnering more than its fair share of A-List attention. Beyond an array of performance athletes like tennis pro Genie Bouchard, NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens and United States Olympic […]

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The ICT’s of Collaboration

Collaboration is the quintessential skill and practice needed to do good at scale. It is built on three pillars- information, communication and trust-ICT. Trust is at the core of all relationships. If we imagine an egg, it is the yolk, with information being the egg white with communication being the shell. As soon as cracks […]

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Vol. 48

Vol. 48   Shinto and Shintoism was born from full of natural disasters? Story of Shinto and Buddhism Fusion Since we had a series of stories about Tenkawa Shrine, we will tell you about Shinto and Buddhism (Shinnbutsu Shuugou) The Shinnbutsu Shuugou: Shinto and Buddhism Fusion is a term calling on the state where Shintoism […]

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Vol. 47

Vol. 47 Tenkawa Shrine and World Religious Conference (2) The Tennkawa shrine was established in the Hakuho period created by Emperor Temmu. Below is a story from Mr. Mikinosuke Kakisaka of Tenkawa Shrine, head abbot. (About 2,700 years ago, the first emperor, Jimmu pray in front of the rock ‘Kannabi” at Tennkawa’s “Manai” and made […]

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Vol. 46

Vol. 46 Although I have been experiencing extraordinarily various experiences in my life so far, I was truly amazed by the following experience. There is a conference called “Parliament of the World’s Religions” founded in 1970. Representatives from various religions from all over the world join the international non-governmental organization (NGO), and to aim at […]

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Can A Leader Be Kind? Can She Not?

New York, N.Y. Become a cheerleader; Recognize vulnerability and connect moving forward is how Dr. Eva Ritvo started her luncheon seminar at the Jay Luce Foundation office. The workshop focused on the importance of kindness and compassion in leadership. Dr. Ritvo is an American television and radio personality, author, and psychiatrist most noted for her […]

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7 Reasons Why Grandparents are Turning to Diamond Investments

  New  York, N.Y. Grandparents Day is September 10, making it a great time to consider what they are investing in today and why. Many grandparents are taking on a role of caring for their grandchildren. For those who have grandchildren they are helping to care for, and for those who desire to leave their […]

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