First, a message from our sponsors! Secondly, news of my latest BuzzFeed blog, “Fifty Shades” vs Happiness. With the Valentine’s Eve launch of the movie version of “Fifty Shades of Grey” it seemed like a good time to ask: “What really makes us happy?” Here is an excerpt. So, to view or not to view Fifty Shades […]
In case you haven’t come across it through other channels, I have recorded a new 2 minute Your Daily Lift podcast responding to recent world news tugging at our heartstrings.
There is a flood of books being written about health – but here is my story about reading a book that actually brought me health.? My latest LinkedIn blog is called: Ten Pence For A Lifetime Of Healing. Here is an excerpt: At first it was just a book bought for a bargain 10p in Oxfam by a friend. He said it contained […]
My latest article on The News Hub takes a look at the issue of choices, and how spiritual thinking can offer an alternative if we are wary of relentlessly looking to our bodies to tell us our options. It is entitled CANCER: Are We Too Busy Tracking Problems To Spot Solutions? Here is an excerpt: Her findings compelled her to […]
My latest article on Huffington Post UK takes a look at the race against time, and how spiritual thinking can challenge that. It is entitled “How Beholden Are We To Our Body Clock?”. Here is an excerpt: But does our physiology always have to be at the beck and call of time? What if we […]
My latest Huffington Post UK blog post is called “Is Our Key To Happiness Unlocking Who We Spiritually Are?” and it includes the story of a man whose drug addiction had literally and figuratively imprisoned him. Here is an excerpt… Hoarding less stuff in less space can lead to more happiness. That’s the view of […]
I can’t speak as an expert about either suicide or depression. But I can offer this adapted blog with two stories of hope, showing that sometimes celebrities and the rest of us can find full and final freedom from such ordeals – in life, not death.
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 […]
Alongside Mount Denali in Alaska, the Dallas Interfaith Peace Chapel in Texas and synagogues, churches, chapels, mosques, and temples around the United States…guess what was chosen to represent Massachusetts as “the most spiritual place” in the state? Yup – The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston! This is not exactly based on scientific research, as the […]
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 […]