Joy to the World – Merry Christmas to all!

Peace on Earth, Good will toward all men! “Again loved Christmas is here, full of divine benedictions and crowned with the dearest memories in human history — the earthly advent and nativity of our Lord and Master.  At this happy season the veil of time springs aside at the touch of Love.”   Mary Baker Eddy “Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish...
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What’s on Your To Do List? by guest M.J. Johnston

At this time of year, I generate lists – and lots of them; lists of cards to send out, lists of presents to purchase and lists of chores to accomplish.  While speaking to a friend recently, she expressed how challenging this time of year is when working full-time and trying to keep up with her own lists. My friend isn’t the only one feeling a bit stretched and stressed during the holidays. ...
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Joy-Filled living is Healthy

This blog was first published in April.  I thought it would be appropriate during the Holiday season. Sloth or sadness – which is worse? A Huffington Post article, “One of the 25 Facts You Should Know (but probably don’t) About Christianity,” (1) caught me up short recently by revealing  that the original seventh deadly sin was sadness – not sloth. This got me to thinking about why...
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Preventive and Curative Healthcare

Women today face an increasingly difficult situation when it comes to making decisions about medical exams and treatment – especially for the disease about which many are most afraid – breast cancer. Recently, conflicting studies relating to the effectiveness of mammograms have been in the news.  An article in the Washington Post, “Mammograms Leading to Unnecessary Treatment,” states...
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