Month: September 2007

What matters most in life?

September 25, 2007 | 6 comments

When I moved into my new office last spring, I immediately befriended my neighbor to the left of my space who was a sewing machine repairman. We frequently stepped into each other’s shops and said hi, exchanged a few pleasantries

God holds you up

September 23, 2007 | 5 comments

I’ve always been leery of walking to the ledge of a deep canyon and peering over the edge. It’s a ridiculous fear, I know, but one I’ve never fully come to terms with until last month when walking the rim

Falling ants and the disappearing sliver

September 21, 2007 | 7 comments

I love the new office space I moved into last spring. All conditions proved ideal the first few months, except for one. There were ants. Not too many ants, but enough to get me bothered. They would fall from the

Watch the mental company you keep

September 19, 2007 | 22 comments

A rule we learn in Christian Science for preserving health and well being is to keep thinking free of external negative influence. If we are not alert, the influences we feel around us in the atmosphere of thought, we might