SCOL is an unmoderated discussion list for folks who are researching the Sutfin/Sutphen/Sutphin surnames. Information is exchanged by subscribers on their respective family lines in an effort to aid each other in establishing family connections and locating new relatives both living and deceased. The surnames above all stem from a common ancestor Derick Jansen van Zutphen, who entered the U. S. (New Amsterdam - now New York) around 1651. For more information contact the list owner Mike Sutphin at the following address: email@example.com
SFC-ACTUALITES Bulletin Internet du Syndrome de Fatigue Chronique / Enc�phalomy�lite Myalgique
Bulletin Internet du Syndrome de Fatigue Chronique / Enc�phalomy�lite Myalgique
SFT-L SFT-L Solution Focused Therapy
The Solution Focused Therapy mailing list and network. A list to connect practitioners around the world using solution focus.
SPECIALNEEDS-L An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
SPECTRALINKS SpectraLinks Internet Guide to African Americans
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SpectraLinks is a distribution list that presents Web sites of interest to people of colour, specifically African Americans.
SpectraLinks is the Internet's most comprehensive guide to commercial and noncommercial Web sites, individual HomePages and information of specific interest to people seeking multicultural diversity.
Along with information about FTP archives, Gopher servers and electronic mailing lists, there are "hot tips," articles, Internet tools, Newsgroups and events of interest to people of African descent.
We invite your critique and/or comments about the colorful sites you will visit.
For additional information sent e-mail to:
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SPIRITUS SPIRITUS: CENTERING PRAYER in the Christian Contemplative Tradition
SPIRITUS / CENTERING PRAYER LIST that follows the teachings of Dom Thomas Keating, OCSO, is an unmoderated ecumenical (Christian) mailing list grounded in the Christian contemplative heritage. The list members are committed to the renewal of the contemplative dimension of the gospel through the teachings and practice of Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina. We also support and encourage other practices leading to Christian contemplation though we do not teach them.
The list was founded on March 7, 1997, in honor of Abbot Thomas Keating, OCSO's birthday. Father Keating is our mentor and friend. His books, tapes, works and teachings are studied and reflected upon on the list.
The list's main purpose is to form a spiritual network that will provide a communal space for those Christians who are advanced in Centering Prayer practice, and desire advanced teachings as well as to accompany one another in their contemplative journey, attending to the guidance of the Holy Spirit, helping one another to grow in intimacy with God and
enfleshing that relationship in their everydayness, seeking "to live their ordinary lives with extraordinary love and utmost charity" (Thomas Keating).
We hope to be able to welcome you to our cyberspace community.
To subscribe to the Spiritus List please write to the List Owners at
SPIRITUS-request@LISTSERV.ICORS.ORG describing your interest in joining the list and
your experience with centering prayer.
Blessings of this day to you,
Joanne Warner and Cecile Betit.
SR-L Self Relations Psychotherapy Discussion
An ICORS List
An unmoderated discussion list for professionals trained in Self Relations psychotherapy and related fields
TAG-ADMIN An ICORS List
Private EG/PG support list for TAGFAM: Families of the Talented and Gifted and related lists (TAGFORUM, TAGMAX, TAGPDQ). This list is a support group for parents, children, and others involved in supporting our EG/PG children. Participation is limited by the owners.
firstname.lastname@example.org Open Families of TAG, Social, Emotional, Identification email@example.com OPEN Homeschooling for TAG firstname.lastname@example.org Open EG/PG IQ>160 email@example.com Open professionals in training
TAGFAM An ICORS List
Families of the Talented and Gifted Discussing issues related to Intellectual Giftedness. Homepage: http://www.tagfam.org
Related lists: firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN Partial-Moderation email@example.com Open firstname.lastname@example.org By-Owner Discussion List email@example.com Open
TAGMAX An ICORS List
Homeschooling Intellectually Gifted Children to the MAX!
Discussion group for homeschooling families of high IQ children.
This discussion group is NOT a forum for discussing public schools and their difficulties. Those topics are handled on TAGFAM and TAGFORUM. Discussion of medical information, particularly diagnoses and treatment, is not appropriate on this list regardless of any seeming connection or applicability to homeschooling. Our posting guidelines may be accessed at http://www.tagfam.org/ policies.html
Related lists: firstname.lastname@example.org OPEN, Partial-Moderation email@example.com Open, Partial-Moderation firstname.lastname@example.org Open, Partial-Moderation email@example.com private discussion list
TAGPDQ An ICORS List
A TAGFAM Mailing List Serving Families with Talented and Gifted children. Discussing the differential developmental needs, social, emotional, and educational, of intellectually gifted children with IQ's > 160.
Why PDQ? Well, these are the children who progress darn quickly. And, the parents who defend a quality educational experience for all children including those who are ready for college at age 7 or 9 or 12 ...
TAGPROF, the mailing list,focuses on providing information and support for individuals preparing for careers in gifted education and those considering such a career.
Related lists: firstname.lastname@example.org Open email@example.com Open firstname.lastname@example.org Open email@example.com Private
TELEHEALTH Professional discussion forum for all aspects of Telehealth
Professional discussion forum for all aspects of Telehealth
TELEHEALTHNEWS TelehealthNews Newsletter
List information = TelehealthNews is a free newsletter for mental health professionals interested in e-health, telehealth and telemedicine.
THYROID Thyroid Discussion Group
An ICORS.ORG Discussion Group
TT4AGING Tools & Technologies for Aging
LIST INFORMATION This forum has been established for (1) technology-related groups of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), particularly the Formal Interest Group "Technology and Aging" and affiliated groups. (2) It serves also other (non-GSA) groups involved in the topic of gerotechnology. Users are expected to use good judgement as to the appropriateness of material posted. No commercial advertising is permitted. Opinions are not necessarily those of the Gerontological Society of America or other organizations.
UKEEA-L An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
UKRAINE-L An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
VCFS The Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome and DiGeorge Syndrome List
The Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome and DiGeorge Syndrome List
VICUG-L Visually Impaired Computer Users' Group List
The aim of VICUG-L is to foster the establishment and promote the growth and establishment of local Visually Impaired and Blind Computer Users' Groups worldwide. Most of VICUG-L's subscribers are members of blind/vi computer user groups in their local communities.
Friendly discussions on the practice of Theravada Buddhist meditation
VISTANET SJU VISTAnet LIst
SJU VISTAnet LIst
VITILIGO Vitiligo Support and Information Group (VSIG)
W-isdom is a list dedicated to the pursuit of wisdom, to establish a dialogue on ways to cultivate wisdom throughout our culture, and to live wisdom filled lives. Though long-standing, the list has just a few members who receive a quote a day on wisdom from a variety of genres and traditions posted. Subscription needs to be confirmed by owner.
WALDORF SJU Waldorf School List
SJU Waldorf School List
WEECARE-L An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
WILDERR The World Institute for Learning Discussing & Evaluating Race Relations
W I L D E R R
World Institute for Learning, Discussing and Evaluating Race Relations
The World Institute for Learning, Discussing and Evaluating Race Relations is designed to open the dialog on race and race relations. While political figures call for a national conversation on race, few groups are willing to risk the political consequences of such a dialogue. Using race as a divisive force in world affairs continues the self-destructive, but seemingly acceptable method of dealing with racial matters in America.
Since 1942, the Race Relations Institute has had the courage to pursue the goal of crating dialogue to influence public policy on race on a national and international level.
The WILDER discussion list sprung from the 31st Race Relations Institute (31RRI) at Fisk University. This list and historic meeting continues the tradition of gathering together scholars, politicians, entertainers, and lay people in discussing the issue of race.
This list has one and only one purpose. That purpose is the discussion of race and/or race relations. All other topics are inappropriate. This criteria will be strictly applied to all posts.
WILDERR List Address:
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XCULTUREADOPT Discussions about Cross-Cultural Adoption
The purpose of XCultureAdopt is to facilitate discussion and to provide support for families created by cross-cultural adoption. These are families who have adopted children of a different race, culture or ethnicity from themselves, either domestically or internationally. The list also includes families in the process of a transcultural adoption, people considering a multi-ethnic family, and adult adoptees of such families who are able to share their insight into the issues surrounding cross- cultural adoption. Birthparents are also welcome. Networking posts are not on-topic for this list, and should be sent privately.