by Don Ingwerson “…[C]alamities often drive mortals to seek and to find a higher sense of happiness and existence.” So offers Mary Baker Eddy, a nineteenth-century health researcher. I think any such calamity can impel us to search for happiness.
Have you ever questioned if something is true or not? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, posted a thoughtful blog on this subject that originally appeared on Communities Digital News. Eric writes:
by Don Ingwerson There’s been quite a bit of news coverage and talk lately about health care. What it is and who’s in charge of it. I don’t know about you, but I’ve come to realize that we all have the ability to take control of our own health by finding joy, meaning, and purpose […]
by Don Ingwerson It’s been coming for a long time – in fact ever since Jesus first raised the dead and healed the sick – the view that health is not a condition of matter, but of mind.
by Don Ingwerson Have you ever heard the statement, “There are no atheists in a foxhole?” I recently came across this statement and it really brought to mind the idea that although most of us aren’t actually hunkered down in a literal foxhole, but figuratively many of us feel that we are as we fight […]