Tag Archives: Happiness
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Once an addict, always an addict? It ain’t necessarily so!

My latest piece is my gambling healing in narrative form…a testimony for those unfamiliar with the language of Christian Science, if you will. This is a new publication for me, with an engaged readership, so please do share generously, if you genuinely like the piece, which has been published in MindBodyGreen under the headline: I Was Addicted To […]

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What’s not to like about the world’s shortest “listicle”?

Just in case you don’t know: “LISTICLE: A short-form of writing that uses a list as its thematic structure, but is fleshed out with sufficient copy to be published as an article…” The article below was published on the Huffington Post UK as Looking for a Listicle to Lean On? Oldies Can Be Goodies? Here […]

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Have you considered a ‘gratitude attitude’ New Year resolution?

What’s ‘The Key To a Happier and Healthier New Year?’, is the question posed by my latest Huffington Post UK blog. ‘Resolve To Be Grateful!’ is the answer…and if you do nothing else, look for and memorise the terrific Mary Baker Eddy quote from The Mary Baker Eddy Collection. It might come in useful! Here […]

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Someone you know might need to feel a deeper connection this Christmas…

‘Give us this day our daily bread’. Many know these words from The Lord’s Prayer, spoken by Jesus. But are they just a petition for nourishment or could they even be protesting against a deeper loneliness? A woman who suffered many lonely times herself thought so. She penned a ‘spiritual interpretation’ of this plea: ‘Give […]

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A Happy Valentine’s Day blog for those without a Valentine…

Happy Valentine’s Day. I have posted a new blog on BuzzFeed titled 5 Ways to Feel Loved – With or Without a Valentine!   It includes a walk-on part for Charlie Brown and Snoopy. What Valentine’s Day would be complete without them? Underneath the picture (taken on the River Thames, London) is an excerpt from the blog: …But […]

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Is spirituality a realistic option in the Quest for happiness?

This blog, by Assistant District Manager, Melvyn Howe, first appeared in the “This Is” series. Given a choice just about everybody would opt for happiness. For some, according to government research, the answer appears to be living on the Western Isles or in some similar away-from-it-all locations. Others score high on the contentment index if they are […]

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