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New Thought, Divine Science, and Christian Science

Sure, Christian Science is an obscure religion with few followers now, and even at its height, it never even approached much over one million followers worldwide, if even that many, according to information I’ve been able to find. 1,421 more words


Scientist: There is No Battle Between Religion and Science

Francis Collins is a world-leading geneticist. He is head of the Human Genome Project, director of the National Institutes of Health, a best-selling author, and holds a doctorate from Yale University. 283 more words


There are no misteaks.

I was a wild one when I was in my thirties. I had a sign in my office above my desk that said, “I type like I live. 1,346 more words


The Deeper Call of the Election

This presidential election season is clearly different than any in recent memory. Many feel frustrated, disillusioned, or perhaps even resigned with regard to the election. 419 more words


The Power of Visioning

What would it be like if you could have absolute clarity on the highest path for your life, know exactly what you need to do to fulfill it, and be empowered to bring it to fruition? 644 more words


Service to the World

In honor of the Centers for Spiritual Living theme for this month, I am writing on service to the world. Rabindranath Tagore wrote, “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. 524 more words


As Good as It Gets

In the 1997 movie, As Good as It Gets, Jack Nicholson plays an obsessive-compulsive character who is also lacking in social skills. The movie title refers to the character’s coming to terms with his OCD and making peace with the possibility that some things about his situation might not change. 602 more words