Is There Something Beyond “Seeing is Believing”?

Is There Something Beyond "Seeing is Believing"?

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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

Gratitude for any Season

Gratitude for any Season

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We often focus on gratitude during a holiday or special occasion, and doing so can fill that time with a special sense of purpose by stimulating feelings of joy and good will. But if gratitude is so good at those times, why shouldn’t every other day also be an opportunity to take a step back and become more aware of what we are grateful for?Continue Reading

Do You Identify Yourself as Healthy?

Do You Identify Yourself as Healthy?

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A guest post written by Kathy Schofield from Los Angeles, California

Health, both physical and mental, is a continuous topic of discussion in today’s daily life. But many are now realizing that physical and mental health are not two entirely separate parts of health.Continue Reading

Your View on Aging Affects Not Only You!

Your View on Aging Affects Not Only You!

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by Don Ingwerson

Longevity and aging are increasingly being discussed in society – people are living longer and they want to maintain or promote quality of life during these golden years. What’s interesting about this new article is that people are finding that how society views aging is just as important as how the people who are older view themselves.Continue Reading

Does Revenge Make Us Feel Better?

Does Revenge Make Us Feel Better?

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A guest post written by Melissa Clendenen from Newport Beach, California

I’ve really been aware lately of the discussion in the news on taking revenge against acts of international brutality. Like great nations, individuals may also face situations where revenge seems appropriate by avenging, retaliating, or inflicting injury (as Webster defines revenge).Continue Reading