Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Emily Bingham
My mother is a true-blue Midwestern farm girl, born and raised on an 80-acre homestead north of Detroit. We visited the farm often when I was a child, and even though most of the land lay fallow at that time, I loved that peek at a lifestyle so different from my reality in the suburbs. I loved the...
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Rabbi Rami Shapiro
Americans love God, but according to the new Barna Group survey on religion in America, we don’t care to visit him all that often. According to Barna, while the number of Americans attending religious institutions went up for a moment after 9/11, the number of those who eschew houses of God has...
By:
Dr. Lisa
There is a point at which things happen. Water in a teakettle must reach 100o C (at sea level) before it will boil. The air temperature must drop below 0o C before rain will turn to snow. So it is with humans, as well. Most of us will tolerate almost anything (pain, sadness, loneliness) to a...
By:
Julie Peters
You can’t think and feel at the same time. One of my yoga teachers, Nico Luce, said this in a class the other day, and it’s one of the sweetest, simplest, and most poignant sentences I’ve heard in a while. Yoga is important to me for a lot of reasons, but one of the main reasons I fell in love with...
By:
Eve Hogan
Dear Eve I’m needing help, badly. I’m a 29-year-old male whose wedding was just called off by his 25-year-old former fiancée. We’ve been together physically for two years. The first year we lived apart as we met online and lived in different states. About seven months ago, I asked her to marry me...
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Rabbi Rami Shapiro
I’m not wealthy, nor did I ever think I would be, but I always felt I should have more money then I do. Now I know why I don’t: I’m not pretty. According to University of Texas economist Daniel Hamermesh in Why Attractive People Are More Successful , pretty people average $230,000 more in earnings...
By:
Fleda Brown
In this week’s discussion at our local meditation group, we finished up Chapter 4 in Goldstein’s One Dharma , the sections on prayer and on doubt. These generated a lot of interest, especially since many of the group are former Catholics who grew up with the rosary and other liturgical prayers...
By:
Rabbi Rami Shapiro
I love watching television. I find it both entertaining and educational. Just the other day I was watching a commercial for gold-plated faux $50 coins and learned that by buying today I could “avoid disappointment and future regret.” Now that is something worth knowing! Disappoint happens when I...

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