Whoever said that no man is an island has never seen me in a swimming pool.
I keep to myself for the most part. 438 more words
No matter how far we stray, we are always just a whisper away from God’s unbelievable unselfish love for us. We are all so set on doing what makes us happy and setting us for life financially & emotionally that we get into this maze of hardship and stress which in most cases leave us empty and unhappy. 372 more words
Root chakra not only induces lifestyle diseases but also blocks free energy of kundalini flow from rising above its location in the body where, by dint of lying closed in its path, it turns its streamline flow into a swirling whirl of energy moving in a vicious circle of its own distorted flow. 330 more words
The recent bitterly cold weather has gotten me thinking more lately about those stuck out in the elements, without a warm place to go. I wonder, as I am driving home from work at two o’clock in the morning, “How many of them will die tonight from the cold?” 783 more words
Kindness is action comparable to poetry in its beauty ... this is Corina Ravenscraft's post today on The Bardo Group ... it's worth your time and thought. Click through to read the entire piece including Corina's suggestions for helping out.
One of the ways we move forward in the development of multi-ethnic congregations is through peer learning. The following is a great example. It’s an email from one pastor to another on how to navigate multi-ethnic worship issues while transitioning a white church into a multi-ethnic one. 406 more words