Mental turbulence at micro and macro levels

This week we're exploring the importance of guarding one's thinking against potentially harmful mental influences. Whether that's something already at the top of your daily prayer agenda, or a totally new concept, the insights and personal experiences our writers offer this week should help you get to calm when life gets turbulent.

Fear, doubt, down-pulling negativity, and impending sickness are some of the mental currents that our writers have faced down. Those same influences, amplified in the economic life of nations and the global family, are calling forth the kind of alert, steady, and fearless response needed in our financial and political centers. As this issue goes to press, a major American investment banking firm has filed for bankruptcy and a trillion-dollar international financial company faces collapse. If you're like me, one of millions of little investors sometimes feeling unsettled by roller-coaster events, you want to know how others have successfully guarded their mental doors against life's turmoil. Micro victories empower better prayerful contributions to macro calm.

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