What do you do when feeling less than whole? My colleague Steven Salt is a writer and blogger about health, spirituality and thought, and shares some interesting points on this subject in an article posted on Cleveland.com.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Evelyn Brookins from Laguna Niguel, California
I recently saw a video blog about how psychiatrists have concluded that the fear of disease is itself a disease. What I found thought provoking was the source of our fear of disease, which led me to recall being carefully taught in school about germs and infections.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Compassion – in today’s hurried lives, is it worth the personal time, energy, and money it takes to express compassion? The answer in terms of common humanity is yes. But many may not know the health-giving effects of compassion and its accompanying feeling of happiness.Continue Reading
Here’s a wonderful first-hand account of a quick healing that occurred after attending a Christian Science lecture. Meet Philip. He was disabled at the time and was searching for health and healing – trying just about all methods from A to Zed. Then he found Christian Science.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Charles Lindahl from Fullerton, California
When an overweight woman was asked why she drove past five churches of her denomination to attend one considerably farther from her home, she replied, “Because that is the only place I don’t feel judged.”Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
When my wife was a teenager, she became very concerned with her weight. But her mother told her not to worry. Why? Because she knew her daughter was too astute to let her weight get out of control. What that meant to my wife was that her mom was reminding her that she had a deeper understanding of her identity as being more than just physical. She had learned in her Sunday School that she was the child of God and so she understood that issues of weight had a spiritual dimension. She could demonstrate what the Bible calls “dominion” over her circumstances.Continue Reading
Is July 4th just a day for barbecues, friends, and family?
It seemed that way to a friend of mine a few years ago at an Independence Day neighborhood gathering. He was very surprised to learn that most of the kids attending didn’t know why they were celebrating.Continue Reading
My colleague Linda Ross is a health blogger, and legislative and media liaison for Christian Science and Spirituality in Connecticut. In a recent Norwalk Patch she shares how a woman finds her mental health re-established.
A guest post written by Anne Cooling from Mission Viejo, California
I know as a consumer, I try to be alert and wise in my choices and how I am influenced. This includes how I’m affected by commercials that have to do with health.Continue Reading