I got severely ill one day recently for no apparent reason. As I prayed to understand what spiritual lesson I needed to learn from the experience, the words “will-power” came to my attention. In being honest about relations with others
Here’s another vlog I produced while on my Canyonlands trip last May in southern Utah, that brings out the critical importance of not letting other people’s suffering transfer into your experience when exposed to it. My regular readers may be
This verse in the Bible made me realize how important it is to watch where we allow our thinking to travel. “After these things Jesus walked in Galilee; for He did not want to walk in Judea, because the Jews
How successful are you at defending yourself from suffering for other people’s sins? For instance, if a co-worker gets mad about an issue at work, do you keep your normal cheery attitude intact? Or if a family member is sulking
“Clad in the panoply of Love, human hatred cannot reach you.” ~ Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 571 The word panoply is often defined as armor, a form of protection from enemy attack.