Month: December 2007

We cannot ignore those in need

December 14, 2007 | 7 comments

With the recent killings at the mall in Omaha and the shooting sprees at two churches in Colorado, my heart searches for a solution to stop the mindless murders. What appears more vivid than ever to me is the fact

Giving time

December 11, 2007 | 2 comments

Wondering what to give this Christmas? Here’s a thought-provoking blog post by Nipun Mehta, which is no one I know, on the benefits of giving your time over spending your money for gifts that have meaning. Seven Questions on Giving

Moving about freely

December 10, 2007 | No comments yet

This quote arrested my attention and wouldn’t let go. “Movement is thought liberated.” ~ Charlie Chaplin I remember in my early days of practice, a newcomer to Christian Science visited my office one morning. She entered the room with one

The roots of Christmas

December 9, 2007 | 1 comment

The following fact about the origins of Christmas printed in The Tri-City Herald as a letter to the Editor today gave me much to think about. It read, in part, “December 25 originally was the celebrated ‘birthday of the sun

How close is God?

December 9, 2007 | 5 comments

A woman told me she didn’t feel close to God. She said the crisis facing her family felt overwhelming and made her feel helpless and left wondering, “Will God ever help me?” I replied, “God is the authority, dominion, power