Copyright: Stephen McElligott I'm peering at the rain through my modern double glazed windows as it falls lightly upon the weather beaten grass in my backyard. throughout my thought process I wondered about all our ancestors generations before us. What were their struggles living in a culture then considered a modern world? Every era has … Continue reading Why Do We Feel Happier In The Wild?
Image by kirillslov from Pixabay Riches are inappropriate for a small-minded person; and of what use is wealth to a miser? what he denies himself he collects for others; and others will live in luxury on his goods. if one is mean to himself, to whom will he be generous?Jesus Ben Sirach:14:3-5 As Christmas approaches … Continue reading Don’t Be A Miser This Christmas
https://youtu.be/A0TalLrtZ24 soruce:web Here is a scene from Indiana Jones The Last Crusade that depicts perfectly the human dilemma in how we perceive Jesus. It is the scene in which Indiana encounters the Knight of St.John whose task it was to guard the Holy Grail. It is believed that those who drink from the Holy Grail … Continue reading When Searching For God We Must Choose Wisely
The Chronicles Of Narnia By C . S . LewisSource: Web "I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else." "You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream." "True humility is … Continue reading 10 Famous Quotes Of C . S . Lewis
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay I think anyone who manages to get through one of my blog posts deserves to get a prize. Imagine having to sit for 10 minutes to read my rather uncreative and dreary articles? Today, I have someone who wishes to give a free gift for every reader that manages … Continue reading Read This Entire Post To Receive A Prize
Image by StockSnap from Pixabay Have you ever tried to flatten out that piece of dough into the shape you want when baking, but it never quite becomes the shape you want? I mean yeah, sure, it comes close to the shape, but there's always something a little off about it? Or how about when … Continue reading Love: The Great Misunderstanding
Most of us view freedom as being at liberty to speak, work, live, and move around the world. We often envisage being free as a life by the blue oceans on a Greek island somewhere like the famous Santorini. Soaking up the sun while a waiter brings us an ice cold beer is every persons idea of what freedom looks like, right?
Image by Evgeni Tcherkasski from Pixabay We've all been there before where we've engaged in reading about how to be happy. There's an incredible market out there that wants your cash with the promise that they'll give you a recipe that will make you happy. One book has an entirely different philosophy on happiness when … Continue reading Are You Tired Of Reading About How To Get Happy?
Image by John Hain from Pixabay Mindfulness is an incredibly popular practise among westerners. Having rejected their Christian heritage and identity, they look to fill the void with cheap spirituality that makes no demands of them. You can enjoy the benefits of Yoga, Mindfulness, tarot cards and Chrystal's without having to change who you are … Continue reading Is Mindfulness Making Us Sick?
Image by RENE RAUSCHENBERGER from Pixabay Meditation and breathing exercises have been used by religions for centuries especially in the last 2000 years. In the last 10 years, the desire to jump from the burning ship of the noisy world, and dive into the ocean of silence has never been more popular. There are many reasons why people … Continue reading The Benefits And Pitfalls Of Meditation