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MCW review issue 54 September 2014

Our lives today and the issues that affect them appear so complicated and complex which makes the past, in retrospect, appear simple and

straightforward. We rely on the news from the TV or radio or newspapers. Most of us may find ourselves in a rut of watching, listening or reading the same ones week in, week out. For others the social media is their window on the world to find out what is happening on an hourly or even minute by minute basis. How then can we unearth what other viewpoints might exist; what additional views might shed a new light on the issue in question to assist us in developing or forming a different perception from one already gleaned?


Dare we say that these fresh inputs can sometimes be a revelation; deepening our understanding and challenging our previous standpoint? Jesus‟ meeting with the Syrophoenician Woman (Mk7:24-31) reminds us how encounters can expand our vision. In this edition, albeit the written word, it is hoped that Teacher Louise or Fr Sinclair‟s newspaper article written for Labor Day in the USA or the International TU Confederation‟s comments for World Day for Decent Work may begin to help us expand our vision by thinking about what it all may mean for us, those we know and those we don't.

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