‘The description of man as purely physical, or as both material and spiritual, is the Pandora box, from which all ills have gone forth.’
Not many of those struggling with drugs have a ballpark full of fans waiting to welcome them home. There is, however, a fundamental spiritual connection that might help.
‘In an era in which so many people slip off the rails during adolescence, we don’t have the luxury of ignoring a resource that, if cultivated, could see them through.’
Anyone reading the warning label on a bottle of pills knows that “use as directed” doesn’t necessarily ensure their safety.
That may sound like a silly question. But if you were to take a stroll through the mind of astrophysicist Adam Frank, you might think otherwise.
Although the jury is still out, the scales appear to be tilting in favor of an approach that involves fewer sticks and more carrots.
It’s not so much what we owe others but what we think they owe us that has the greatest impact on our mental and physical well-being.
Despite years of searching, we’re still no closer to finding the antidote to ‘sneazin’ season.’ Could it be that there’s a spiritual solution?
What was once written off as nothing more than ‘spontaneous remission’ could very well be a harbinger of treatments to come.
‘Is there a time we will discover that healing responses and mind-body medicine really moves more toward the mind side than the body side?’
The Internet has a funny way of conflating fact and fiction, fooling us into believing some rather odd and inaccurate things about ourselves.
Naomi Feil’s ability to build bridges with 'unreachable' Alzheimer’s patients is remarkable – and instructive.
As long experts weigh in on the accuracy of 'American Sniper' and 'Selma,' why not subject this blockbuster to the same scrutiny?
‘Subsidies for charitable contributions not only increase how much we give, they also improve our mental and physical well-being.’ Really?
Even if it seems like we’ve run out of options, the search for solutions can’t let up for a moment.
Prayer is a mental garden where we constantly encounter fresh ideas and begin to see life from a new perspective.
A genuine aspiration for a more spiritual perspective on life is just the ticket for gaining and maintaining sound minds and bodies.
The rush to label people with one medical condition or another has gotten out of hand. What’s the cost? What’s the remedy?
Even if you’re not religious, it’s hard to deny the impact Christ’s example of love continues to have on our mental and physical well being.
The absence of convincing evidence makes one wonder if there might be other, if less entertaining, means of reversing mental decline.