shifting our gaze to live a happier life
Most of us want to live happier, more peaceful lives, but the best of intentions seem to get sidetracked by what happens around us. We experience joy one moment, and it's gone the next. This lures us into wanting something outside ourselves to make us happy.
Perhaps we can receive a miracle instead.
A Course in Miracles (the Course) offers us a path to not only receive miracles in our own lives, but also bring forth miracles in the world around us. It only requires us to be open to having a shift in our perceptions.
A Course in Miracles was scribed/channeled/written (choose your framework for thinking of this) between 1965 and 1972 by Helen Schucman, PhD, a clinical and research psychologist at Columbia University, assisted by her colleague, William Thetford, PhD.
The Course teachings offer a spiritual and psychological path of training our minds to live a more fulfilling and joyful life . . . Read More
Genetically Modified need-to-knows
If you were going to be part of a huge science experiment, you might like to know about it. At least that's our guess. And that is the bottom line in our review; you're probably eating Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) every day, don't know it, and exactly what the health effects might be, frankly, nobody really knows. There have not been enough GMO studies, but extremely disturbing facts have arisen from the ones we have . . . Read More
By Gabriel the Dog. It may be news in itself that a dog gets an opportunity to have a voice in a publication, but I worked hard for it. No one spends more time with the publisher than I do. I lie around, under his desk most of the day. You wouldn't believe the conversations I'm part of. Sure, most of my lobbying is to head out for another walk, go play, or maybe have a treat. But I have my moments of brilliance, too. And eventually he realized . . . Read More
conquering the boogeyman
Monsters under the bed. Hard math problems. Strange green things on the dinner plate. These are just a sampling of things that may strike fear into the hearts of little ones, even while they are some of the most intelligent, funny, and rambunctious people we know.
Certain fears are healthy. We want our children to stay a good distance from the fire pit. Remembering to look both ways before crossing the street is a way to stay safe. However, when a child . . . Read More
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