by Don Ingwerson July 4th has always has been special to me, not only because of the freedom America was celebrating, but also for the memories of an earlier America. I vividly remember one special July 4th in Glenview, Ky – on the banks of the Ohio River where the paddle wheel Louisville boat was […]
A guest post written by Sue Knight from La Mesa, California I am an active and enthusiastic sports person, but not too long ago I found myself unable to participate in my three-times-a-week golf games due to pain in one leg. I was able to move, but not without extra effort, and I compensated by […]
Have you ever felt stuck with the feeling of “this is impossible” or “this is too hard”? Tasks seem to become more and more difficult when trying to pull strength and intelligence from a material sense of being. My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, B.C., Canada has written an article speaking to the idea that […]
by Don Ingwerson 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.
by Don Ingwerson We’re heading into Memorial Day weekend in the US and many find this weekend especially filled with family gatherings and the possibility of finding that great bargain sale. But it’s also a time set aside specifically to honor those who have died while serving our country.