by Don Ingwerson
It’s been coming for a long time – in fact ever since Jesus first raised the dead and healed the sick – the view that health is not a condition of matter, but of mind.Continue Reading
What’s the best way to feel renewed? Thomas (Tim) Mitchinson, a colleague and a writer, who focuses on the relationship between thought, spirituality, health and trends in that field, gives us much food for thought on this topic. Tim writes: Continue Reading
Does Jesus’ life offer practical insight into today’s pressing issues? My colleague Steven Salt posted a recent blog that is relevant for us to consider. Steven’s article was first published on Cleveland.com and here is what he wrote:Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
We can’t help but be on a journey through life, searching for answers to questions. And sometimes these questions are the profound spiritual questions that become our own personal spiritual quest. I’ve always found deep comfort in Mary Baker Eddy’s hymn (Hymn 207-212) titled Mother’s Evening Prayer.Continue Reading
In thinking about cause and effect, is there a superior reasoning power we can turn to? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada wrote a thoughtful article on Albert Einstein and his approach to scientific enquiry. Here is what Anna, a regular contributor to the Vancouver Sun, had to share: Continue Reading
Are there benefits from sharing one’s religious beliefs? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, posted a thoughtful blog that originally appeared on Communities Digital News. Eric writes:
Although I have no scientific evidence to back me up, I’d say a good number of religious people, as engaged and compassionate as they may be, live in a bubble. I should know. I’m one of them.
This bubble is enormous. So enormous, in fact, that I’m able to do just about anything I want – pursue a career, spend time with friends and family, travel the world, get a haircut – all without having to leave my comfort zone; that is, without having to divulge my deeply held religious interests.
Some would say this is probably a good thing, the thought being that once the cat’s out of the bag, there’s no telling what might happen: Either I’ll be put in a position of having to justify my faith, or my presumably nonreligious audience will think that I’m trying to convert them.
Read more from Eric Nelson’s blog.
When it comes to discussing health is tackling fear important? My colleague Bob Cummings, Committee on Publication for Michigan, is a community blogger and shares some thoughtful ideas on this very topic. Bob writes:Continue Reading
Can the peace of Love’s presence lessen our fears and worries? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada wrote a thoughtful article on finding peace within each of us. Here is what Anna, a regular contributor to the Vancouver Sun, had to share: Continue Reading