Finding Soul In Your Religious And Spiritual Life

Another Adventure In Faith “Finding” might not be the best word to underscore the main point of this, the closing conservation on the book, Care Of The Soul. The better description of the invitation is “Come realize soul in the midst of all your waking moments and dreams.” However, exactly one month later, my exploration with Thomas Moore‘s Care of the Soul, a New York #1 Bestseller, has come to an end. Yet, it is really a beginning, one in which my first conscious step was taken over 15 years


Time To Choose What You Will Serve: Fear Or Faith?

Are These ‘The End Times’? As a civilization, as nations, as citizens of this world, it seems we have come to one of those times in history when we have to choose. Many will testify, every pun intended, that there is only one choice – God. They will try to convince you that these are the “end times!” Funny enough, there might very well be those who are not God-minded, “the liberals,” who have the same opinion. The massive influx of refugees across Europe mainly but elsewhere as well was

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Your Story: 4 Tips To Keep Telling It

You Are More Than Capable “Once you start recognizing the truth of your story, finish the story. It happened but you’re still here, you’re still capable, powerful, you’re not your circumstance. It happened and you made it through. You’re still fully equipped with every single tool you need to fulfill your purpose.” ― Steve Maraboli How I love those words of Steve Maraboli! This morning especially. Woke up with this thought on my mind – telling your story yourself – and wanted to check in with you, our readers, how


Roundup: Faith Without Works Is Dead Even For Bloggers

Blogger: The New Go To Source Some people still think that bloggers are either indulgent housewives, people puffed up with their own self-importance and craving the spotlight or simply bored introverts. Nothing could be further from the truth. Blogging is the new medium of information and news on just about every topic you would like to know about and tailored to your specific taste. Just as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter – just to name a few – have completely changed the way we receive, dissect and interact with news of

6 Other Ways To Attend Church

Take Me To Church? Did you go to church this morning or are you a Saturday Sabbath observer? Worse yet, some would say, are you among the growing number who do not attend a church, synagogue, temple or mosque? No, this is not a poll and one will not be taken on this topic of attendance at religious institutions. What more interests me is this: Did you pray today? The ‘smart’ ones among you will know that this is one of my trick questions. Trick in as much as: There


Embracing Life’s Moments – One Vision At A Time

Saturdays With Mahalia My Saturday date will be arriving soon. It is about 1:00 in the morning and sleep has eluded me. Actually, it tried to come upon me but my head is full of ideas for articles, features and stories that I would like the Contributors to help me bring to you. Most of the day was spent nursing a headache, one that came upon me after spending many hours on Thursday at the eye surgeon’s office having pre-op tests done. Yes, my eyesight has been affected due to

Fearless Spirituality: Answering The Call

Children Church Lessons “Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.” Ralph Waldo Emerson For most of my childhood years, my Sundays mornings into afternoons were spent in church, dressed in uncomfortable frilly frocks, wearing even more uncomfortable ill-fitting shoes sent to us from “The States.” The lessons from the pulpit were, for the most part, lost on me. More interested in lunch, what was for dinner or the conversation with