Tom McNally
Meditation, exercise and diet. They are the mix that make the foundation for the building of a life full of Love, Peace and Happiness.
I have written many posts about meditation, so now let me write something about the other two.
1) Let me start with exercise. Exercise puts your mind in exactly the state that you want it to be in. When you exerci... read more
J. Craig Woods
A New Age of Vision
Posted March 26, 2012 by J. Craig Woods in The Good Books
A New Age of Vision by J. Craig Woods

Were the early Church Fathers able to capture the truth as expressed by Jesus Christ in His Gospel to man, and has the Christian Religion remained true to its Founder's intent? This book is my effort to take us on a personal journey to find the truth in the message of Jesus Christ. The... read more
Charlie Van Dyke
By Dan Merica, CNN

Washington (CNN) – Even though Roman Catholics are the second-largest religious group in the United States, the tradition has seen an exodus of members in recent decades. One in ten Americans is an ex-Catholic.

If ex-Catholics were counted as their own religious group, they would be the third-largest denomination in the United ... read more
Charlie Van Dyke
By Maggie Lamond Simone

I keep my cleaning supplies locked in a cabinet under the kitchen sink. I thought that keeping them hidden would protect my kids; that if I showed them where and what they were, they'd be more inclined to want to experiment with them and get hurt. If they didn't know the stuff was there, then there wouldn't be any danger.
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Charlie Van Dyke
By Megan Larkin
From The Spiritual Herald

ST. LOUIS—The feathers, the jewelry and the mighty buffalo began to disappear many sunsets ago, but the spirituality of Native peoples is so strong that it remains intact.

Chiefs, medicine priests, tribal elders and others intimate with ancient spirituality say that even though many Native peoples embrace... read more
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