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
Does health have a spiritual cause? Or does attention to hygiene, physical fitness, and diet regulation keep us healthy? My colleague Keith Wommack of Texas recently posted an article on the Roseto Effect and his conclusions and explanations are worth reading. Here is what Keith wrote:
One hundred and fifty years ago, after a couple of decades of research, trials, and victories, a woman in New England – Mary Baker Eddy – discovered it was possible to experience health regardless of lifestyle, diet, and genes.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Martha Hallaren from Rancho Santa Fe, California.
For many people, the year-end holidays are a time to gather with friends and families. These are typically happy occasions, and I as a young bride I enjoyed getting together with my new in-laws – except if these gatherings were at my mother-in-law’s apartment.Continue Reading