Life in an emergency room during this COVID-19 pandemic is never dull – with an influx of foreign workers and people presenting with psychiatric disorders. Liam Pee, a Catholic doctor, shares how faith sustains and shapes his practice as an emergency room doctor during this pandemic.
Something interesting about COVID-19 is that it showed us what we miss, what we value, and what we appreciate, sometimes without even realising how much we appreciate those things.
With the discomforts of donning full PPE gear daily – which includes the N95 mask, elasticised shower cap, and face shield in Singapore’s heat – Peta Yang, a doctor from the Bahá’í faith, shares how her faith has shaped her practice as a doctor during this COVID-19 pandemic.
As we look at what is ahead of us, religious traditions have advised us for centuries to always look with a positive lens – something we now call ‘Hope’.
This week our retreat directors explore what hope means in different religions. How do we remain hopeful in spite of adversities?
This week, our retreat directors explore what different religions teach about compassion and how we can cultivate compassion towards others and ourselves in our lives.
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To better support our family and loved ones through the COVID-19 situation, we need to better support ourselves too. Other than a strong immune system, many religious traditions encourage followers to […]
COVID-19 has brought on a sense of loss – loss of life, loss of jobs, loss of identities.
This week, join our retreat directors as they explore the theme of loss, anxiety, and disintegration.
As we transition out of Singapore’s ‘circuit-breaker’ period into phase 1 of our ‘new normal’, we bring together 5 retreat directors from Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam who provide us with an unprecedented interfaith retreat for these peculiar times.