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Resolutions Rebooted

It’s that time of year when somewhere around 92% of us who made New Year’s resolutions, have lost the momentum of our efforts to change and are commiserating with St. Paul, “My own behaviour baffles me. For I find myself not doing what I really want to do but doing what I really loathe.” (Romans [...]

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Taking Responsibility – Will It Make Us Healthier?

Taking care of my grandchildren reminds me of all those parenting years, from birth to watching them strike out on their own. Once my kids left the nest I sort of forgot just how dependent they were on my wife and me for most of their needs. As they got older their dependency shifted to [...]

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Ridiculously Small Steps Lead To A Healthier Lifestyle

Ridiculously small steps. That’s all it takes to make big changes. So reports syndicated columnist, Keith Wommack on his blog. Wasted time and effort is a problem I suspect we all could work on.  Especially when we get into these cycles of resolution to make changes in our lives that we want to achieve now, [...]

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    Karla Hackney

    A lifelong resident of Oregon, Karla Hackney writes about the connection between spirituality and health from her perspective as a Christian Science healer. She also serves as the media and legislative ... Read Full
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