While attending the Humor Conference at Silver Bay last June, I watched one of the speakers put his audience through an interesting exercise to prove there is a lot more good going on around us than we realize. But we
Month: July 2010
Have you ever wondered what values people around the globe hold in common regardless of what religion they may or may not espouse? Rushworth Kidder, co-founder of the Institute for Global Ethics, says there is a core of shared moral
Coincidences are God’s way of being anonymous. ~ Bernie Siegel
At the Humor Conference I attended last June, I was listening to Sister Anne Somllin speak about finding more joy in life and dealing with people that carry toxic attitudes. At one point, she was talking about neighbors who whine
I finished reading the book, “God is not one,” by Stephen Prothero, a few weeks ago, and it is by far the most helpful and readable book I’ve ever read on explaining distinctions and differences between the biggest world religions.