Hark to the Bells for Christmas!

Hark to the Bells for Christmas!

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by Don Ingwerson

Here’s another great video to celebrate Christmas! Listen to “O Little Town of Bethlehem” and “Greensleeves” from the Chimes of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston. This was recorded outside, so some ambient noise, such as wind and people, are present. This music is accompanied by some great images of the Mother Church, other buildings in Boston, and inspirational photos. Enjoy!Continue Reading

Health During Flu Season or Anytime

Health During Flu Season or Anytime

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A guest post written by Curtis Wahlberg from Lake Forest, California

I was so grateful when my kids quickly recovered from flu-like symptoms. Then, I started feeling ill, unable to keep food down. As I wrestled with my own symptoms, I tried to pray. I felt strongly that by becoming more conscious of the good available from God and shutting out thoughts of vulnerability or sickness, I would find health expressed.Continue Reading

Celebrate Christmas by Listening to the Lord’s Prayer

Celebrate Christmas by Listening to the Lord's Prayer

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by Don Ingwerson

Because it’s so close to Christmas, I thought this video of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Andrea Bocelli singing the Lord’s Prayer would be great to share. There is an advertisement at the beginning of the video, so as soon as it shows on the screen to skip the ad (usually in about 5 seconds) you can click on the words “skip ad” and the video will play. Enjoy!Continue Reading

Being Still is an Antidote to Holiday Stress

Being Still is an Antidote to Holiday Stress

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A guest post written by Robert Moran from Goleta, California

I thought I was living a healthy lifestyle until I saw a TED Talk video about the art of being still. When I saw the video I was preparing to take on many projects for the holidays, including shopping for and preparing to be the main chef at a family gathering, and this was causing much anxiety and stress. Not a healthy outlook at all, and I couldn’t seem to get started on a single project.Continue Reading

New Criteria Used for Most Significant Americans

New Criteria Used for Most Significant Americans

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By Don Ingwerson

I’ve previously shared with you lists of the most influential or significant people in the United States – because Mary Baker Eddy continues to be acknowledged as one of these select few people. And now a new list has come out from the Smithsonian Institute, with a completely new way of analyzing and selecting these extraordinary people. Here’s the link to the article: Meet the 100 Most Significant Americans of All Time.