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In a recent conversation about church, I had to to think afterward. Our conversation touched upon the fact that church attendance is in decline and the number of nons (people who identify themselves as non-religious) is increasing. I remarked that […]

Last night I had a dream. Of course, I seem to dream during the day too, but last night’s dream was thought provoking. The dream was of a couple getting married in a garage. The intentions of the couple was […]

Radio hostess, Bonnie Lykes-Bigler interviewed me on writing and revising in relation to Christian Science. Listen by clicking WIOX

The element of time is being re-organized, not by anything physical, but by putting useful thoughts in key places and letting them call the shots and initiate betterment. Relationships between our thoughts and the physical are seen every day. An […]

With American politics stirring the emotions and loyalties, I can’t help but think about a study that shows people are twice as likely to look for information that confirms their beliefs rather than consider contradicting evidence. This tendency has been […]

For almost a year, our washing machine has been making such a loud racket when in operation that I could no longer be in the house when washing clothes. Sell the house! Finally, I called Ralph, a repairman. Mainly because […]

PEACE By Chris Rosenthal of Harmony Hill Retreat in upstate New York My occasional visitor My intermittent friend How may I beckon you to move in?  Listen, You say, To your Inner Soul And allow your true Self To unfold.  […]

Most of us like a little adventure. I consider my spiritual journey an adventure. The thing about adventures are that they come with risks and unknowns. It’s curiosity that cheers us through an adventure. But that curiosity can turn to […]

The owner of Sher-Brook Dairy told me that it is the “little moments” that keep him going. He milks 32 cows, twice a day, seven days a week. The milk is certified organic. Farming is done organically and all cow […]

First printed in The Daily Star, Oneonta, New York. Death and dying By Cheryl Petersen With the advancement of medicine is coming an advancement in how we participate in death and dying. Five local professionals, served as a panelist at […]

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