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March 22, 2016

Death doesn’t have to be a tragedy, and you don’t have to believe in the literal resurrection of Jesus at Easter to suspect we are more than our physical bodies. Could you let go of your loved ones more easily? Could you opt out of being human a little earlier? Read more

March 15, 2016

I asked in previous blogs how you pray if you’re spiritual but not religious, and your answers were fascinating. There’s only one thing missing. Read more

March 8, 2016

How do your prayers change if your concept of God has changed? For the spiritual but not religious, prayer can be the final frontier of new understanding. Read more

March 3, 2016

I had never heard such a thoughtful question posed to a presidential candidate. The young woman at a South Carolina town hall event wanted to know about the power of forgiveness. How could it be utilized in public life? Read more

March 1, 2016

It’s a cliché that people who call themselves spiritual but not religious find God in nature. That’s only one small way to connect with All That Is. How many other ways are there to pray? Read more

February 23, 2016

Does watching the news interfere with your spirituality? These two spiritual practices might change your mind. Read more

February 18, 2016

It has taken me a while to figure out what Donald Trump and his supporters mean when they say they are tired of being politically correct, that political correctness somehow has kept them from being the true patriots they are. But I get it now. Read more

February 16, 2016

We’ll never change the world unless we stop lamenting the mess and start declaring what we want instead. So, what do you want? Read more

February 8, 2016

Just how many women will be consigned to that “special place in hell” if they vote for a man instead of Hillary Clinton? And why, exactly, are women obligated to support each other? Read more

February 4, 2016

Did you hear what Hillary Clinton said at the New Hampshire town hall? Every now and then, a presidential candidate goes off-script and reveals a bit of humanity, even spirituality. Read more




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