In a fast paced world where we expect everything to progress within a one hour TV time slot or from an instant message, activities like knitting illustrate that a deliberate, slower pace can refocus and renew our spiritual connectedness with the divine and therefore with one another.

How the activity of knitting can be a healing expression of love

Do you think that knitting is one of those obscure, old-fashioned activities that only old women do in their church basements or Senior Centres?...
Instead of reserving our kindness to random acts, or when we feel someone deserves it, each day can become the day to nurture our own Good Samaritan within.

Nurturing kindness is vital to our health and well-being

It’s easy to preach about the need for kindness in society. From the Dalai Lama to Marianne Williamson, to Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin...
Human influence often persuades and pressures us to think and act in ways contrary to our best interests. But we can find freedom from those pressures.

Developing a spiritual defence against human influence

“The time for thinkers has come.” So, wrote Mary Baker Eddy in her book on Christianity and healing, Science and Health with Key to the...
The Reformation is known mostly as a historical time period in Christianity. But, it can also be a daily, deepening of our understanding of God that brings relevance and healing.

The Reformation: Ancient history or daily renewal?

When German theologian Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the doors of All Saints Church in Wittenburg, Germany in October 1517, he would...

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