Kairos Time

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We are in the midst of summer and I think half way though the year may be a good time to republish a great blog post that was posted on New Year's Day! This is a guest post written by Tracy Clifton and originally published January 1, 2013. For most of us, New Year’s Day isn’t just about parties or buying a new calendar – it’s also when we give a lot of thought towards the concept of time, whether to exclaim that it has flown by as another year Continue Reading

Health Goals: Developing an Awareness of Alternatives

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by Don Ingwerson While establishing goals for the 2013 year, an article by Deepak Chopra titled, “The big idea(s) for 2013: A Critical Mass of Consciousness” caught my attention. As I read further, I realized that a goal has a better chance of being successful if it is in concert with the efforts of others. Chopra successfully makes this point when he states, “Our world right now is in a state of worrisome turbulence and chaos. If we are to Continue Reading

Kairos Time

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A guest post written by Tracy Clifton For most of us, New Year’s Day isn’t just about parties or buying a new calendar – it’s also when we give a lot of thought towards the concept of time, whether to exclaim that it has flown by as another year has passed, or to make resolutions about how we’d like to spend our time in the upcoming year. Time is on everyone’s minds as we try to find more and more of it each year, storing up minutes and hours Continue Reading

Freedom From Obesity

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by Don Ingwerson Article first published on Blogcritics Vernon, fat? I didn’t think so. He was just too heavy and physically slow to be on the football team. But then things changed. That quiet, likeable, overweight kid reported for fall football practice looking physically fit. He was strong, solid, and had great stamina. His changed appearance and attitude were a big surprise to the football team, but not to him. He had decided to Continue Reading