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Easter – A Holy Day

“Now He is not the God of the dead but of the living; for all live to Him.” (1)

Reflecting on Easter from a child’s view has a different meaning than it does for me today. 433 more words

Experiencing Peace

What Exactly IS Wellness?

I think this is an interesting question because wellness seems to mean different things to different people. There are also different kinds of wellness. There is physical wellness and emotional wellness and it would seem that you can sometimes be one without entirely being the other. 253 more words


I love helping people get things sorted out - #100days100stories

Jackie O’Kelly is a Scope regional response worker for the midlands. Here she shares a typical working day, as part of our 100 days, 100 stories project… 590 more words


Pessimism and Pinot Grigio

I’m definitely a glass-is-half-empty kind of gal. Especially when it’s wine—then someone usually refills it.

People often say, “Why can’t you be more positive?” Here’s the thing: Bug off. 202 more words


About being who you are...

“It is important to be authentic, for there is a place in this world for all of us… with all our strengths, shortcomings… happiness, sadness… hopes, faith, doubt, worries… We must be who we are… If you are fire, so be it, live your life… if you are water, so be it, live your life… if you are earth, so be it, live your life… if you are air, so be it, live your life… Have faith in yourself and be who you are!” –  10 more words


What is the driver behind our environmental values?

Have you thought about why you have a certain attitude towards environmental issues? Chris Mooney writes in the Washington Post about new that it helps us better understand why different people respond differently to the environment. 817 more words


Can we “justify” wasting energy?

This is a must read for all followers of EiD. Chris Mooney writes a very good article in the Washington Post about how we justify our wasteful actions. 958 more words