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 There’s been quite a bit of news coverage and talk lately about health care. What it is and who’s in charge of it. I don’t know about you, but I’ve come to realize that we all have the ability to take control of our own health by finding joy, meaning, and purpose […]
Where can we look to validate our worth? My colleague Ingrid Peschke writes regularly about the relationship between consciousness, spirituality and health, and the following article that answers this question was published in The Christian Science Monitor. Here is what Ingrid wrote:
by Don Ingwerson When my wife was a teenager, she became very concerned with her weight. But her mother told her not to worry. Why? Because she knew her daughter was too astute to let her weight get out of control. What that meant to my wife was that her mom was reminding her that […]
by Don Ingwerson I don’t know about you, but recently I’ve been more aware of media coverage that in some way relates to the fact that people don’t feel they have found meaning, purpose, and joy in life – qualities that are crucial to well-being in this stressful world.