by Don Ingwerson Years ago, while leading students on a nine-week bicycle trip through Europe, my wife and I happened to stay one night in Copenhagen, Denmark. That evening we had an amazing opportunity to see unselfish giving at its best.
What might we each be able to achieve if we are willing to see things differently? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is a regular contributor to the Vancouver Courier and wrote a thoughtful article on this topic. Anna writes:
by Don Ingwerson When I revisited my childhood home awhile back, I found I still had vivid memories of past events, even though buildings had decayed and schools were closed. I had a chance to catch up with people I hadn’t seen since I was a teenager and was excited to reconnect: What were they […]
by Don Ingwerson Health care continues to be a major concern for everyone, and it seems to be getting more complicated and expensive over time as overdiagnosis and overtreatment increasingly becomes a problem. But what I’ve found is that an integral component in maintaining harmony in my daily activities is a spiritual foundation developed from […]
by Don Ingwerson Aging, and all that goes with it, is frequently on people’s minds. There are many components to aging that people are concerned about: mental decline, physical decline, and insufficient funds to live during retirement, are just a few.