Is religion in decline? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, posted a thoughtful blog on what he has observed in his spiritual practice. Eric writes:
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.
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:
What’s the best way to feel regenerated and renewed? Thomas (Tim) Mitchinson, a colleague and a writer, who focuses on the relationship between thought, spirituality, health and trends in that field, gives us much food for thought on this topic. Tim writes:
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 […]