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Does ‘Big Data’ Miss The Bigger Picture Of Things That Can’t Be Measured?

My latest Huffington Post UK blog has been posted, as: Can ‘Big Data’ Value Who We Truly Are?                               Here is an excerpt: Big data undoubtedly has great potential to serve society when employed with integrity. But big data, framed in terms […]

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A word from the wise – forgiveness benefits the forgiver, too!

My latest blog on BuzzFeed is a kind of two-step dance…a photo log of quotes on forgiveness from celebrated figures such as Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela and Mary Baker Eddy.  Then, based on the latter’s ideas on spirituality and healing, some of my own musings on why forgiving can be good for your health. It is called: 7 (Healthy) Reasons To Let In […]

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Should We Lean a Little Harder on “Data With a Soul?”

If It Heals You Does It Need to Be Measured?, asked my recent Huffington UK blog.  Here is an excerpt from it… “If you cannot measure it, it doesn’t exist,” Brené Brown was told by a research professor when still an aspiring PhD student. Now, many years later and a research professor in her own […]

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Fighting for “the first of all liberties” – our health!

“Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty, we are free at last”. This was Martin Luther King Jr’s rallying cry as he concluded his historic “I have a dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The lyrics of the moving spiritual song are also words many long to sing for health […]

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Will tomorrow’s medical textbooks teach spirituality?

Medical textbooks have their limits according to a top doctor. For while medicine is a science, Dr Clare Gerada learned from her GP father it was also an art, demanding skills that can’t be gleaned from just reading. Interviewed recently on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, the outgoing Chair of the Council of the Royal College […]

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An early case of trial by media? Mary Baker Eddy and the ‘Next Friends’ Suit’

A colleague found a short, scholarly article on the web called ‘The “Next Friends” Suit: Mary Baker Eddy, and The Church of Christ Scientist’, on Trial. It is published by Sacred History Magazine and written by Lorin Geitner, Law Librarian at Chapman University Law School.  My colleague wrote: “The article gives a fair account of the trial of Mrs Eddy […]

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An ‘utterly forgiving spirit’ – good for your happiness and for your health.

“You must have an utterly forgiving spirit.” These are beautiful but demanding words from the pen of Mary Baker Eddy, a woman who exemplified them in her own life. For instance, she not only forgave a woman who had an affair with her husband, but at her rival’s request she also persuaded the woman’s husband to […]

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Mary Baker Eddy – an “Inspiring Religious Thinker”

Mary Baker Eddy has been included in a Huffington Post listing of “Quotes by Inspiring Religious Thinkers”.  She is listed alongside such luminaries as The Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mother Teresa, as well as more historical figures such as Maimonides and Rumi… Have a look at slide 26 in “Interfaith Quotes by Religious Thinkers” to see which […]

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A British woman’s amazing response to tragedy offers a healthy example

Forgiveness, it seems, is becoming increasingly fashionable. At least in theory. From yoga teachers to self-help books and from research papers to seminars on consciousness, the benefits of forgiveness are being widely trumpeted – it’s not only good for the soul, it’s also good for the health. However, many are finding it’s ‘easier said than […]

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What’s “the glory of being alone”? And can it ease our loneliness?

‘Only the lonely, know the way I feel,’ Roy Orbison sang in his 1960 hit single. More than 50 years have now passed and during that time many who have felt forlorn have identified with the Big O’s chart-topping lyrics. Stephen Fry has just added himself very publicly to the list. The multi-faceted British writer and broadcaster made […]

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