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Kindness During COVID

By Linda Commito In this time of separation, there are many ways to spread goodwill and to help others to feel appreciated and more connected. It’s easy to close ourselves off these days—in fact, it’s encouraged. But at what cost?…

Too Stupid to Fail

By David J. Martin How to change your internal dialogue and change your life for the better This article is about how my “Stupid” story became a business called Too Stupid To Fail and how I use it to help…

The Power of Meditation

By Mark Pitstick MA, DC “Silence is the language God speaks, and everything else is a bad translation.”—Father Thomas Keating Meditation confers many powerful physical, mental and spiritual benefits. If you don’t want to take my word for it, consider…

Breaking Out on Your Own

By Dr. Bryan Hawley There are many common traits that successful entrepreneurs all share. I’m in the middle of writing a book, and I just have to share some of these things that I’m discovering. I’ve been interviewing high-level-success entrepreneurs.…

Back to the Drawing Board

By Gregg Sanderson Why you can’t use the Scientific Method to explain your spiritual path. Science can’t prove (or disprove) a spiritual teaching. Science is but one facet of the spiritual universe, and confined to the space/time continuum. By definition,…

Sounds of Laughter

By Linda Commito Life may not be easy, but we can be kinder to ourselves and others and try to find the positive, good things in our world. Today I heard laughter—my own—and it was at myself. I was saying…

3 Ways to Reduce Anxiety

By Rena Greenberg Managing stress has become a No. 1 priority in this challenging time. To say we are living in a stressful time would be an understatement. Even if you are adapting to “the new normal,” it can be…

Open to Change

By Mary Boutieller Is “normal” really all its cracked up to be? When I asked my darling husband where to begin to write this article, he said to “begin at the beginning.” So I sit here staring at the blank…

Survive & Thrive in a Mad World

By Terez Hartmann Up is down. Right is left. Forward is backward. And, boy, can it feel like much of the world has tumbled down the rabbit hole into the psychedelic pages of Alice in Wonderland. When every external touchstone…

Considering Consideration

By Gregg Sanderson I feel with loving compassion the problems of others, without getting caught up in their predicaments that are offering them messages they need for their growth.—Ken Keyes I once had a person in a workshop share how…