Perceived divides exist throughout history and between people who hold differing views on culture, religion, politics, and lifestyle. So it’s important to look for ways to express our innate oneness by building bridges of understanding, communication, and reconciliation. Colleague Shirley Paulson, Head of Ecumenical Affairs at The First Church of Christ, Scientist, shares her own journey to discover bridges in conversation with people of other denominations.Continue Reading
Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to look for ways to “love” yourself and others. My colleague Beverly Goldsmith from Australia shares her thoughts on this holiday.Continue Reading
A guest post in Spanish written by colleague Valerie Minard with English translation at the end of the article.
Tal vez utilizarás mejor tus talentos y te enriquecerás con las relaciones, poniéndote en forma, o buscando nuevas oportunidades en el trabajo o en otros ámbitos de la actividad.Continue Reading
Have you ever been duped by a headline that caused you alarm? Can a change of thought bring relief? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, writes on this topic in his recent column for the Communities Digital News.
Does having a selfless outlook affect ones longevity? My Missouri colleague Deborah Sherwood, who writes about the connection between thought, spirituality and health, shares the example of 94-year-old Eugenia Crainin who continues to stay focused on serving and how maintaining this view has had a positive impact.
The gloomy adage that every breath we take is one step closer to death implies that we’re on a perpetual course to frailty, decline and aging.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
This quote was shared with me the other day, and I find it extremely pertinent and helpful from a blog contribution standpoint as well as from the standpoint of being receptive to God’s inspiration in any endeavor. Continue Reading
“How well do you know you?” Here is a column from my colleague Steven Salt, contact for Christian Science in Ohio, who writes regularly for The Highland County Press and lists several impediments that stand in the way to self-realization and how to meet them.
What’s missing?Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
I love these Lives Lived videos! Meet Chris – he had a skiing accident and was taken to a hospital for treatment. Continue Reading
Can prayer bring practical solutions? My colleague from Georgia, Malissa Lakin-Watson, is a health writer and focuses on the connection between our thinking, our health and spirituality. Melissa shares her thoughts on tuning in to a source that gives us real comfort and help.Continue Reading
The pursuit of health continues to be a hot topic here in Southern California, and my colleague Wendy Margolese presents a method that many people rushing around in their busy lives may find lacking – the art of being still and listening. This is our first once-a-month Spanish blog – and for your convenience, the English version is posted at the bottom of the article.Continue Reading