by Don Ingwerson Recently I had the privilege of spending a weekend with a delightful couple who at one point expressed concern about the concept of aging. Of the two, my male friend seemed especially concerned. Here was a man who had successfully mastered the financial and political world – but was unsure how to […]
by Don Ingwerson Whether school has already started or is just about to start, now is a great time to delve into the powerful idea that each one of us reflects Mind, God.
How do you discern if a report is true or false? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is a regular contributor to the Times Colonist and wrote a thoughtful article on this topic. Anna writes:
A guest post written by Ginny Nilsen from Tustin, California A few times a week I drive a certain route toward the mountains and there are spots where my cell phone reception cuts out while driving along sections of old, patched, and bumpy cement road. At one point, the street turns and, lo and behold, […]
by Don Ingwerson When individuals, alone, or as part of a company, political party, or government present untrue or inaccurate information to the public through the media or other avenues, inevitably there is damage – individuals hurt, jobs lost, economies damaged, communities destroyed.