Are you dancing to the music of divine Soul? “Mental melodies and strains of sweetest music supersede conscious sound” (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures).
From Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
My latest Huffington Post UK blog has been posted, as: Is Love Actually All We need? Here is an excerpt: Yet one type of love is conspicuous by its absence – the divine Love which has brought both solace and healing for millennia, and which still rescues many from grief, from broken hearts, and even […]
Arianna Huffington calls that inner critic – to which we pay way too much attention – the ‘obnoxious roommate in your head’. But if we have an unwelcome roomie why not show them the door? I recently saw Arianna speak in London on what she calls the Third Metric – a redefining of ‘success’ – and my latest Huffington Post blog includes […]
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 […]
A rumour going around for, oh, several millennia, is that God’s divine m.o. includes sending suffering to teach us to love Him. That view has always mystified me. When I was a kid and ill my parents comforted me. They did all they could to help me. And later they would celebrate my recovery. So […]
The following excerpt is from a blog published in the Washington Post to commemorate World AIDS Day, 1 December, 2012: Compassion for those who are HIV positive is crucial. Yet compassion by sufferers could also be vital. Recent research found that “holding a compassionate view of others” is one of four spiritual/religious attitudes that were “significantly related […]
Question: Who’s currently challenging scientific certitudes by claiming he is “proof” of a heaven filled with the consciousness of God’s “unconditional love”. Is it: (a) a trappist monk, (b) a sufi imam, or (c) a Harvard neurosurgeon? If you answered (c) you would be correct. Dr. Eben Alexander – who has worked at some of […]
This blog, by Assistant District Manager, Melvyn Howe, first appeared in the “This is” series. With the capital gearing up for the London Paralympics after the “greatest Games ever”, many of 11,000-plus athletes that took part will have returned home to rapturous welcomes. As the special spirit associated with this four-yearly sporting extravaganza continues to spread its […]
The “gods in white coats” era is over. And many physicians would be the first to say “amen” to that. As family practitioner Dr. Andrew D. Saal has put it: “We as doctors are essentially powerless over the unknown, just as we are powerless over everyday events. No gods walk in white coats. For physicians, the deepest […]