Age No Reason for Self-Image to Suffer

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My colleague Steve Salt writes about the link between health, thought and spirituality. His circulated article “Age No Reason for Self-Image to Suffer” was published in After Fifty Living. Here is an excerpt of what he wrote.Continue Reading

Laughter Provides Benefits for a Healthy Life

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“Are there simple, timeless ideas that establish and promote health?” This is a question my colleague Bob Clark from Florida asks. His article on Laughter, originally published in The Tampa Bay Times, explores the relation between health and humor. Continue Reading

Finding Your Way Up and Out of Stress

Finding Your Way Up and Out of Stress

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by Don Ingwerson

Years ago, I had my office and car windows shot out because of community resistance to a school that I was closing. This created a fearful condition for me and for my family. As I tried to resolve this stressful situation, a painful and unbearable thumping in my head developed. I was able to handle it, as I’ll explain in a minute.Continue Reading

Can You ‘Self-Arrest’ Your Health?

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My colleague Wendy Margolese in Ontario, Canada, published an article with a unique perspective on how spiritual reasoning can arrest fear and prove that health is not dependent on the body. I thought Wendy’s analogy of the ice-axe is worth sharing with my Southern California readers.Continue Reading

What Heals a Broken Heart?

What Heals a Broken Heart?

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by Don Ingwerson

“Me heart broken,” my 3-year-old grandson said with tears in his eyes as he hugged his mother. This after he had gotten a little too rough in playing and had accidentally hurt her. Her physical hurt immediately drew a reaction from him – a reaction of sympathy, sorrow, and seeking forgiveness.Continue Reading