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Are You Reading For Healing?

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 […]

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The Healing On Angelina’s Cutting Room Floor…

Angelina Jolie has turned Laura Hillenbrand’s best-selling biography Unbroken into an inspirational movie. But could it have been even more inspiring? My latest BuzzFeed blog is called… Here is an excerpt: However, the fact remains the movie omits a very special moment – a moving healing that is a highlight of the biography on which Jolie’s film is based. Leaving this out […]

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Looking Forward To A Spiritually Prosperous 2015!

My latest blog on Linked in wishes y’all some quality time for “Looking Beyond The Fireworks To A Prosperous 2015″. Here is an excerpt: It’s as if society has become stuck in a groove with our ears repeatedly assailed by the well-meant message: “Wishing You A Happy and Prosperous New Year”. The first few times we may actually […]

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An abundance of Thanksgiving articles and not one of them’s a turkey!

If you want to get in the mood for this Thursday’s Thanksgiving celebration – a US event, admittedly, but I think it should become an annual global happening, as well as a daily attitude! – here are several articles by my colleagues and me on giving thanks and gaining health. (All images @Glowimages – models […]

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Weighing Up Our Options When It Comes To Cancer

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 […]

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Can We Quieten The ‘Tick Tock’ Of Our Body Clock?

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 […]

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Can Prayer Take You On A Higher And Healthier Walk?

This is a quick-read version of my latex blog, “A Higher Walk to Better Health”.  You can read the full version of this article on The News Hub. Did you know a half-hour stroll could positively impact everything from Alzheimer’s to obesity, from diabetes to depression, and even lower the risk of dying? In other words, according to […]

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Is There Any Way Out of Incurable?

My latest blog has been posted on a new website called The News Hub. The article is a response to the news that Robin Williams had Parkinson’s Disease and questions surrounding that. It is called “Meeting Parkinson’s Disease With A Spiritual Response”. Here is an excerpt: There’s certainly a need for far more accurate information on […]

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When The Beatles Sang “All You Need Is Love”…Were They Right?

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 […]

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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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