Month: April 2007

Don’t take on another’s resentment

April 24, 2007 | 7 comments

I made the most fascinating discovery last week about not letting another’s resentment become my resentment. On my USTA tennis team, one player who signed-up last December, abruptly quit after the second team practice and joined another team in another

Progress over arthritis

April 21, 2007 | 4 comments

Here’s an email I just received from a seeker for Truth who walked into my office one day a few months ago. He said I could share it with you. I love his story because it eloquently spells out a

Tiger story revised

April 20, 2007 | No comments yet

Last Monday, I posted pictures of a tiger cuddling with a number of cute piglets. I’ve discovered since then that the pictures are real, but the story I forwarded with the pictures was made up by an overly creative writer.

Be your best

April 20, 2007 | No comments yet

I’m captain of a USTA men’s team (as in tennis…), and we have our first tournament on April 27th. The excitement is building! Last night, our coach shared bits of wisdom to mentally prepare us for the matches. And one

Virginia Tech aftermath

April 19, 2007 | 12 comments

I’ve had many people comment that they are struggling with emotional aftermath from the tragedy at Virginia Tech. In finding my own peace of mind about the crisis I go to the Christ consciousness of Truth that lifts human thought