Last year, while serving at a summer camp I had a wonderful experience overcoming the fear of heights on a zip-line. (You can read about it in an article in the Christian Science Monitor here) Before publishing an article about this demonstration, the editor had asked if I thought this was a complete healing of myContinue reading “Complete freedom and joy!!”
Here’s my latest Christian Science Perspective’s article in the Christian Science MonitorH Facing fear with Love When today’s contributor froze with fear on a high ziplining platform, mentally pausing to feel God’s universal, all-encompassing love broke through the fear. Then not only did she participate in the activity; she thoroughly enjoyed it!
Fear is a funny thing. It can seem to completely overtake us and our sense of being. I love the idea of it as an acronym – False Evidence Appearing Real. How true that is… that it is entirely false. In an article By Pam LeBlanc, Alex Honnold – world renowned climber – puts itContinue reading “Facing fear with love”
Do you wonder what the future holds for you? Do you every wish you had a crystal ball and could see how it all turns out? I certainly do sometimes… I think we all do at one time or another…certainly when we’re going through a challenge whether it is trying to figure out what’s next in lifeContinue reading “Know the end from the beginning, it’s very good…”
“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” As Shakespeare so eloquently put it… and so it is with curiosity. As a professor and abroad director, I hoped to instill a sense of curiosity in my students… what I hoped for was to see a sincere desire to learn more aboutContinue reading “Curiosity – good or bad?”