Month: May 2021

Everyone Has a Bad Day

Having a good day? Or maybe it’s a bad one? What constitutes the difference? A rainy day doesn’t have to be a bad day. A wet one, sure. But bad? Not necessarily. Same with good days. Those might be defined as the days we got a lot done. Or...

Why Faking It Sells Us Short

There are those who are so fixated on pretending everything is alright in the world that admitting spiritual social justice issues exist offends their sensibilities. One of the biggest “panties in a bunch” issue in New Thought centers is this overwhelming need to re-write the song, “Let There Be...

Must Change Take Time?

Change—the only constant in the universe. Some find that one of the most annoying paradoxes. But does all change take time? It all depends on what the change is, doesn’t it? Or in many cases, who is requiring the change. If a change means a problem is solved, convenience...