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Religious and Spiritual


by E Claudette Freeman

DO NOT BLOCK MY BUSINESS! What a statement! Do not block my business! Often, especially for aspiring entrepreneurs there is a circle of pessimists, naysayers and those who peer into the future with a...

by E Claudette Freeman

Weddings are such beautiful occasions. They are perhaps one of the most amazing public displays of the strength and reality of love. At a recent wedding, I held my laughter from bursting through the air, like...

by Tamara Bernal

Are you facing Goliath today? I am! In case you don’t know; According to 1 Samuel 17 in the Word of God; Goliath was a big, ugly loudmouth warrior of the Philistine army in the year 1025 B.C. Israel and the...

by Tamara Bernal

Picture an American Civil war style military formation, the kind where the armies’ line up in row after row hundreds or thousands deep and face each other on the battlefield. They simply march into each other...

by Stefanie Miller

* Do such things as bright lights, strong smells, coarse fabrics, or sirens nearby easily overwhelm you? * Do you get rattled when you have a lot to do in a short amount of time? * Do you make a point...

by Stefanie Miller

Notes to Myself I've always been extremely fascinated with the concept of time travel. I have often times dreamed of going back in time to visit myself at various stages of my life. I always envision that I...

by Stefanie Miller

Notes to Myself I was speaking with my dear friend about his desire of letting go. I wanted to know what he was letting go of. All of it he said. I wanted a list. In fact, I whipped out my journal and made a...

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

I was trained early. It happened not deliberately but in the day-to-day routine of hearing my immigrant father expressing thanks over and over for what he called the bountiful gift of money. As a youngster, I...

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

I am an Arab Christian. I hold dear a loving command given me by an exceptionally gifted Jewish peacemaker. It changed my life forever. A couple of decades ago, Hedy Schliefer, with her husband Yumi, led...

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

We are in a time of frightening disruption. Jobs are being cut, salaries slashed, mortgages foreclosed. Fear runs rampant. What's next? Is there any possible truth to be found for ourselve in all the mess,...

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

Meditation is too big a word. Conversation too small. Somewhere in between there's the perfect word for it. I guess spiritual comes close. It happens in the early morning hours. Jim and I have accidently......

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

Most things about Sanford fill me with joy. Each time Jim and I stroll downtown past clusters of welcoming shops, cozy and communal, we’re reminded of our good fortune at calling Sanford home. Our own...

by Adele Azar-Rucquoi

I am a Florida native, no stranger to Florida’s formidable slithering creatures. My strained relationship with snakes began as a tot and has continued throughout my long life. In the early forties, my father...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

So here we are on the cusp of the Christmas holiday, snow is falling outside my window right now and it is really putting me in the mood. So I was reading the news feeds to see what is going on in the world...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

Where is our country going? Each and everyday you turn on the news, or read a news paper and we see that the country and perhaps even our world, is slowly sinking in a pit of mire. How did it get this way and...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

There are many different types of virtues, cardinal virtues, theological virtues, western virtues etc. A theological virtue is so named because the object of these virtues is the divine being the Theos if you...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

The theological virtue of hope goes hand in hand with the theological virtue of faith. St. Paul in his letter to the Romans tells his readers that Abraham, “in hope believed against hope that he should be the...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

Much has been written and spoken about the last few days over President-elect Barack Obama’s decision to ask Pastor Rick Warren to say a prayer at the Inauguration on January 20th. And just as much has been...

by Rev. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble

In the series finale of one of my favorite television programs, Boston Legal, the character Denny Crane, played by William Shatner proposes marriage to another character Alan Shore played by James Spader. Now...

by Michael Hauser

Where does one find faith in the midst of turmoil, doubt, and disease? How do you find comfort in the pain of life’s blows? When does faith kick in the midst of a broken heart? Is there such a place to...

by Michael Hauser

During today’s earthly changes and the appearances of economic challenges AND stagnation, it almost seems like the world is going to hell in the proverbial hand basket. But what lines the hand basket is the key...
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