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From bookstores to summer camps to medical conferences, the word...
From bookstores to summer camps to medical conferences, the word spirituality is on many people's lips. Understanding what it is and how it affects our lives has become a major quest for men and women of all backgrounds. As Harvey Cox, noted Harvard theologian, says in this week's News & Trends, "The change in the mental climate is something quite remarkable."
Because of this, we thought it would be helpful to explore not only some definitions of what spirituality is, but also what it does. One author tells about her experience of white water kayaking and the relation she saw to spiritual progress. Another explains how peace from painful memories can be gained. For one man and his family, gratitude as a spiritual quality is found crucial to their obtaining a new home. And when a wife felt at odds with her husband's perfectionism around the house, a deeper spiritual love proved to be the answer.
"Emerge gently from matter into Spirit"
Lynn G. Jackson
The adventure of spiritual progress
Kimberly Crooks Korinek
Freedom from unhappy memories
God's present power
Being grateful before the fact
Kevin G. Graunke
Adjusting to retirement with love
Robert A. Johnson
Educating the child—spiritually
with contributions from Phyllis Pennamon, Becky Pennamon, Judy Huenneke, Stephen Huenneke, Meredith Harbur, Chris Harbur, Miles Harbur, Kitty Simms, Elizabeth Simms
What can I do?
Betty Spiers Sands
Life: the remedy for pain and suffering
Barbara M. Vining
"Put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou...
When I stop to ponder my gratitude for Christian Science, so...
Recently I was visiting my dad
One evening a few years ago I became increasingly uncomfortable...
Robert H. Carley