Month: May 2006

Taking responsibility

May 18, 2006 | 1 comment

I recently read a cartoon that was divided into a then and now picture. Under “Then” a mother is doctoring her son’s bruised elbows and knees and commenting to him “I guess we’ve learned to be more careful when climbing

No need for oil?

May 15, 2006 | 1 comment

Can you imagine an economy not dependent upon oil? Citizens in Sweden can. Sweden has resolved to go oil-free within the next 15 years, Yes! magazine reports. Plans call for renewables—including biofuels, wind, and wave power—to replace fossil fuels by

Suicide not helpful

May 13, 2006 | No comments yet

“I can’t take the suffering anymore. My life is hopeless. The depression is overwhelming. The only way out is suicide,” many people have despaired in moments of dark misery. When facing bleak options, it’s good to know there’s a better

No resistance to healing

May 11, 2006 | 2 comments

“I’m resisting this spiritual healing from happening,” a man struggling for relief from suffering complained. I replied, “If Bill Gates offered you one billion dollars, with no strings attached, free for your taking, would you resist accepting his gift?” He

Reducing debt

May 8, 2006 | No comments yet

Would you like to get your credit card balances down, reduce your debt and save more money for the future? In our consumer driven society, the temptation to buy, buy, buy is played out in many shopper’s lives. We need