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When people in the news are accused of hateful acts, corruption, or deception, it's helpful to ask, "What would Jesus do?" July 30, 2014 When public figures do or say very wrong things, sometimes I am initially repulsed.
It lets us know when our boundaries have been crossed in all areas of our lives...We may become lost in our anger, blind to the blessings around us...And it can distort how we see others and even ourselves, according to Jeffrey Brantley, MD, a
Gary Hannabarger/Corbis I was in the long, sullen afternoon of my early 20s, contentedly directionless, occupying an office cubicle from Monday to Friday and writing gruesomely mannered and mercifully short poems, hungover, on Sundays. I wanted to be
There are just as many thoughts and definitions of spirituality as there are people...How I define it is different from how you define it, said Polly Campbell, a blogger, speaker and author who specializes in spirituality, positive psychology and
But for those who fought, the memories of combat -- of pain, loss, and desperate choices -- don't easily fade, which is why compassionate, effective ways of coping with war's aftermath are so important...We pay good money to make them when we plan a
Watching people die is sometimes the compassionate thing to do June 15, 2014 It is unethical not to be compassionate when you are a physician. Treating people or their families poorly isn't helpful to anyone in a stressful situation. But a big
Why It's Fine Not To Have Children They're enjoying their golden years without kids. Children are not the endgame for every marriage and that's OK. Last week, Pope Francis said during a daily mass that married couples need to have children or they
Chin up!' 'Get straight back on the horse.' 'No point in crying over spilled milk.' We've all heard this sort of advice following a setback, and entrepreneurs-- given the risky nature of their trade and the necessity of multiple failures for later
It is not about feel-good stories (though there may be some)...And yet, it is about something that fascinates, mesmerizes, frightens, attracts, and affects all of us...It is about the Jewish rituals, forms, customs, behavioral norms (and not-so-norms)
The Sage Within Author: Theo Chambers Publisher: The Temple of Inner Peace, Negril, Jamaica The Sage Within cautions, beckons and counsels. It is delivered with an unassuming ease and poise, leaving the reader toward deep reflection.