Are there limits to age? My colleague Steven Salt, writing about the connections between health, thought, and spirituality for the online edition of Cleveland.com, comments on how we should look at aging.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Wendy Rose Bryden from Los Angeles, California
Recently I signed up for morning aqua aerobics classes. I showed up one sunny morning to find a group of “early senior” to “late senior” ladies already bobbing in the clear water.
Really? Do I belong in this group?Continue Reading
By Don Ingwerson
Have you ever experienced a day in which you weren’t somewhat bored? Until recently, boredom wasn’t really challenged but rather just accepted as part of one’s day. Most people accept some boredom as long as it is offset with experiences of joy and excitement.Continue Reading
Here’s another Lives Lived video about using Christian Science to find healing. Here’s Jake. He wrestled competitively in high school. During a meet, he injured his ankle. The team physicians said he needed surgery, and after which he’d need to recuperate for eight months. Jake decided to address it through Christian Science prayer, and was healed and back wrestling within two months.Continue Reading
“Celebrate Easter’s powerful message of hope in the continuity of good health and a fulfilling life. Be glad, not sad, this Easter and all year round.” This message is shared by my colleague Beverly Goldsmith from Australia in her recent blog posted on buzzfeed.com, and it rings true to my Southern California audience, too!Continue Reading
A guest post written by Graham Bothwell from La Canada Flintridge, California
On clear winter days from our kitchen window we can see the peak of Mt. San Jacinto, 70 miles away, the second-highest mountain in Southern California. Late last summer, my wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary by spending the day hiking to the top of the mountain.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Many feel that stress is a leading cause of a wide variety of health problems, and research indicates that as many as 75 to 90% of all doctor visits are for stress-related issues. Yet what might create an unhealthy physical or mental condition for one individual might be health-giving to another who may see the same stressful situation as a challenge, offering the opportunity for achievement.Continue Reading
There are ways to pursue health and well-being even when challenged by the fear of disease. My colleague, Bob Clark, writing for the Tampa Bay Times, shares a list of ideas that can have a definite healing effect.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Pamela Scott from Poway Rancho Bernardo, California.
Isn’t it interesting that some people won’t believe something unless they can see it with their eyes? In the Bible, even Jesus’ disciple, Thomas, refused to believe that Jesus was actually alive until he saw him. It seems some people can’t or won’t take something on faith or accept that someone was healed through prayer – because they can’t see prayer.Continue Reading