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April 2012 Archives

Dean Potter Walks the Rope

posted by Cheryl Petersen

Daredevil Dean Potter is making headline news for his slackline rope walk over an impressive canyon in China. Opinions aimed at his achievement run high and wide.  Opinions point at Potter and say he is reckless, fearless, or a showoff. […]

Choosing the Better Emotional Cereal

posted by Cheryl Petersen

Emotions are as varied as cereals. Don’t buy into the sugary emotions that leave us hyper and tired, such as infatuation, greed, fear, and apathy. Buy into and eat the humdrum emotions that keep us going all day. Honesty, realism, […]

Contraceptives and Church

posted by Cheryl Petersen

The Washington Post gets a thumb up for Michelle Boorstein’s article, Young Catholic women try to give church’s position on birth control new sheen. Last weekends article cites Ashley McGuire, who is campaigning with other young, religiously conservative Catholic women […]

Looking at the Lord’s Prayer From a New Angle

posted by Cheryl Petersen

“Christ Jesus taught his disciples one brief prayer, which we name after him the Lord’s Prayer. The Lord’s Prayer is the prayer of Spirit, not of mortal perceptions. Jesus said, “Pray, therefore, like this:”[1] and he gave that prayer which […]

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Feel-good stuff
From 21st Century Science and Health: On our spiritual journey, if we sympathize with mortality, we will be at the beck and call of error and follow a zig-zag course getting nowhere. If we travel with the worldly minded, we get sucked into a nasty cycle. A good example of this is randomly walking

posted 8:24:20am Oct. 22, 2014 | read full post »

Gender fluidity and spirituality
In our sex obsessed world, the propaganda of twirling human gender and identity can’t help but alter language, views, laws, and religious creeds. The terms “non-binary” or “gender fluidity” have recently been added to the more newly established titles of: gender neutral, gay, lesbian, a

posted 8:02:19am Oct. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Control is more than controlling someone or something
In the Bible, the book of Job portrays a man, Job, who gets robbed of everything by the Devil. Everything human beings consider to be good and deserving gets taken away by the Devil. As Job lay in bed suffering, his friends visit. The older friends start psychobabbling as to why Job is in his pre

posted 8:01:01am Oct. 14, 2014 | read full post »

A deep breath of color
From 21st Century Science and Health, "The nature of spirituality is peaceful and blessed." You will go out in joy     and be led forth in peace; the mountains and hills     will burst into song before you, and all the trees of the field     will clap their hands.   Isa. 55:12,

posted 7:31:08am Oct. 10, 2014 | read full post »

One chip is enough
Marketing experts adapt people to the habit of eating not just one chip, but the whole bag. The problem with this doctrine is we get fat and confused. Many year ago, by sheer circumstance I was recuperating from an accident and found I just couldn’t eat very much at a time. One chip, or rather

posted 7:29:28am Oct. 06, 2014 | read full post »


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