Be Here Now — In a Schoolroom?

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Instead of hearing all that’a wrong with the world, how about something  good? Linda Loudermilk posted on Facebook this cheery bit of news from a Baltimore school http://www.inhabitots.com/baltimore-elementary-school-deals-with-conflict-by-sending-kids-to-the-mindful-moment-room-instead-of-the-principals-office/ Worth emulating? Love it. Thank you, Linda.  

Spirituality of Gratitude

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Being Grateful Isn’t Natural. Nor Easy. It’s a lot easier to find fault — with something, someone or even oneself. That’s because there is nothing perfect in the world.  Ever. We all have our ideas about what a perfect world should … Read More

I Awoke to a Blizzard

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We Already Have 8 Inches This Morning And the storm is expected to last for three days! Not that I am complaining. This is a prime ski area, probably the best in North America for downhill skiing.  So it’s a … Read More

Why Jesus?

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Yes, I confess, I am a Christian! I studied many other faiths. I feel in accord with Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism. I even have empathy toward the brighter side of Islam. And of course, how could anyone not have a … Read More

EVOLUTION – My Faith! is Better than Yours!

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It’s pitiful that grown-ups get into a lather over such silly things as whether their beliefs are fact or theory?  Really!! And “scientists” so petulant they spend their time writing books like Richard Dawkins’ The God Illusion and call those who don’t agree … Read More

The Wilderness of the Mind

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I was sitting in a large auditorium with a hundred or so other students, listening to a lecture on philosophy by a remarkable professor, when I realized there wasn’t a thing in that room that was “natural.”   I searched … Read More

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