by Don Ingwerson Looking back on my own life, I can truly affirm that spiritual cultivation brings with it a happier, healthier life, and that it is important to live and share this spiritually based life.
“Does wealth truly makes us healthier and happier?” This question was asked by my colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Anne gave a thoughtful response that I want to share with my readers. Anna wrote:
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.
by Don Ingwerson Life coach Cheryl Hunter challenges her listeners to help others in order to help themselves. Her counsel suggests that by helping others you get rid of those purposeless, empty, and unfulfilling feelings that can affect health. She is not alone in that counsel; helping others can take countless forms and come […]
True love: sounds like the title of a fairytale, right? Is it solely reserved for certain people at certain times? Thankfully, no! Love is an ever-present active force for all. A recent article in The Christian Science Monitor written by Ellen J. Wolf dives deeper on this subject: There’s a running thread throughout the Bible about […]