Like so many people today, Curtis wondered, “What will it take for the renewal that really secures a healthy environment?” He writes, “The answer begins with something that happens individually—something that, if we can commit to it, will bring about a grand change collectively. It’s a renewal that’s essentially in thought and fundamentally spiritual. More … More Anxious about the environment?
By Rosalie M. Dunbar “Many of us would agree these are partisan and polarizing times, whether it’s one government trying to influence another country’s citizens or various ways politicians try to get votes in their own country. I’ve always tried to avoid the fray of partisan politics but recently found myself getting drawn in, and … More Thinking differently about politicians
“Divisiveness seems prevalent these days. We see it in national and international relations and in society in general. It impacts communities, churches, and families. Some would say that this is human nature, a view predicated on a perception that we are driven by fear and motivated by self-interest, in perpetual competition with our neighbor. And … More Unity—our natural inclination
What a joy to share these 12 (Spiritual) Days’ of Christmas inspiration from Tony Lobl, a Christian Science practitioner. Thanks, Tony! It’s so beneficial, dare I say life-changing, to see the world in this light. Start with stillness. There is always so much to be done before Christmas, so before starting go somewhere quiet to gain … More Your 12 Steps to a Stress-free Christmas
A few years into the 20th century an article of Mary Baker Eddy’s titled “Christmas as in Christian Science” was published in the New York World, a daily newspaper with a readership of over 300,000. The article still makes for inspiring reading in the 21st century. And that’s not just because it gives us pause in regard to … More More Meaning for Christmas