Let Us Sing of Easter Gladness

“This glad Easter morning witnesseth a risen Saviour, a higher human sense of Life and Love, which wipes away all tears.  With grave-clothes laid aside, Christ, Truth has come forth from the tomb of the past, clad in immortality.”  Mary Baker Eddy “The resurrection gives my life meaning and direction and the opportunity to start over no matter what my circumstances.”  ~Robert...
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A Little Food for Thought to Improve our Nutrition

Even though the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics focuses its National Nutrition Month campaign “on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits,” most of us already know what to eat and what not to eat to maintain a healthy body. “What is less well known is how your thoughts influence your physical, emotional, and even spiritual...
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Always Ready! by guest blogger M.J. Johnston

If you had to choose between these two slogans:  “Never Unprepared” or “Always Ready”, which one would you pick?   For me, that’s easy.  I always prefer a strong, positive absolute statement, “Always Ready” over the double negative, “Never Unprepared”.  For some unknown reason, the Johnston clan from Scotland chose “Never Unprepared” and the Latin phrase, “Nunquam Non...
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I Opened the Door and In Flew Enza by guest bloggist Susan MacFarlane

I opened the door and in flew Enza.  I used to joke about this as a child, but learning more about the power our thinking plays in maintaining health I have learned how important it is to shut the door on Enza, alias flu, and all of its frightening symptoms and predictions. It is all over the news that flu season is here and we need to get our flu shots.  It was hard for me to understand that...
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