What specious names have physicians put upon diseases: Who call a plague sore a carbuncle, and the white film which takes away the delightful sight, “a pearl in the eye.” 594 more words
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I was listening to a great story on the radio today about how human behavior is contagious. Sadness, sloth and violence can move through a community like a disease, but so can positive behaviors like kindness, hope, and courage. 135 more words
To follow this meditation you need 20 minutes where you will not be disturbed. A glass of water to help you when you finish your meditation. 1,305 more words
(These meditations were written by William Spurstowe. To the best of my knowledge, they have remained unpublished since 1666.)
Upon Morning Dew
The meditation of this subject is no less facile than delightful, like Jacob’s venison, it is soon come by, because God has brought it to my hand having often in his Word resembled dew (which makes the earth fruitful), to his Grace, that makes the hearts of men, naturally barren, to bring forth fruits of righteousness, so that it is not difficult task for to draw a useful parallel between the one and the other in sundry respects. 676 more words
Here’s two more articles I wrote for Karma Plate – one on meditation, another on Lucid Dreaming – hope you like them!