The Listening Heart: A Lifeline to Suicide Prevention

Ingrid Peschke, a spiritual thinker, syndicated writer and colleague, explores how early detection of suicidal tendencies may be a major key to a solution that could lessen the number of suicides in the United States.  Ingrid shares her own spiritual remedy which includes reaching out with compassion to people in need of emotional help.  It could be a family member, a neighbor, or even someone...
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Do you Identify Yourself as a Disease?

Our identity is very unique, each of us has a different way of identifying who we are.  People who have suffered or have gone through a challenging illness sometimes let that experience define who they are. They let the experience take ownership of their identity even though they are completely symptom free of the illness.  Eric Nelson, a syndicated writer, a Christian Science Practitioner and...
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You Get to Keep it Forever

Recently, violence struck the community of Roseburg, Oregon, bringing with it injury and death.  The community is reeling with sorrow and grief over the needless loss and injury of their loved ones. The out pouring of prayer and love from people all over the United States is palpable. Karla Hackney, a spiritual writer and colleague, talks about her own personal experience with loss and her...
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Are Artsy Men Healthier Men?

In this article, Cynthia Barnett, a spiritual thinker, syndicated writer and colleague, investigates new research that revealed the favorable impact of creativity on the biological and chemical effects of disease.  The healthcare industry is now incorporating the arts as a viable form of treatment for diseases that range from dementia to cancer.  Cynthia shares her own unique spiritual...
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