“By what standard do we qualify as old?” The following is a guest post by my colleague Steven Salt who asks this question in his recent blog and gives us an opportunity to rethink how we look at aging.Continue Reading
Where should perseverance of effort rest in meeting today’s health concerns? My colleague Steven Salt is a writer and blogger about health, spirituality and thought, and shares some interesting points on this subject in an article posted on Fifty Is The New Fifty. Here is what Steven wrote:Continue Reading
Does spirituality and a connection with God have health benefits? My colleague Steven Salt is a writer and blogger about health, spirituality and thought, and shares some interesting points on this subject in an article posted on Cleveland.com.
“A healthy outside starts from the inside,” actor Robert Urich once said. That makes sense.Continue Reading
How would you respond to discontent and hopelessness? My colleague Steven Salt, contact for Christian Science in Ohio, in his January 27th HEALTHinkBlog.com blog shares his thoughts on the subject.
To put out a fire, throw water on it. To stop shivering, throw on a coat. And in a broader sense, to erase the darkness of ignorance and fear, which often leads to malice and hate, throw light on it.Continue Reading
“How well do you know you?” Here is a column from my colleague Steven Salt, contact for Christian Science in Ohio, who writes regularly for The Highland County Press and lists several impediments that stand in the way to self-realization and how to meet them.
What’s missing?Continue Reading
Are there limits to age? My colleague Steven Salt, writing about the connections between health, thought, and spirituality for the online edition of Cleveland.com, comments on how we should look at aging.Continue Reading
This is the time of year when New Year’s resolutions are made by all who hope to make a change – and in Southern California it’s no different. My colleague, Steven Salt, gives a fresh view on the concept.Continue Reading
Steven Salt, writing about the connections between health, thought, and spirituality for the November 2, 2014 online edition of Cleveland.com makes the analogy between tight-rope walking and maintaining our health. Is it really that difficult? He gives five tips on leaving the “high-wire” mentality for a solid spiritual stance. Here’s Steve: Continue Reading
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