Posts Tagged ‘ Aging ’

Responding to the Trauma of the Presidential Election in Four Dimensions

Nov 28th, 2016 | By

by John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. Introduction The 2016 presidential election triggered an unexpected and nearly unbearable trauma for over half of the American people. For many, it felt like the death of a loved one, or the assassinations of John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy, or the nightmare of 9/11. It felt like

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – My Life Is My Own?

Dec 31st, 2015 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking and/or thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this bibliomancy (divination through the

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Empathy: Life Must Go On by Machel Shull

Oct 15th, 2015 | By

Extract from Live Love Soul This journey is not always fair. Tragedies happen every day. So we must learn to have more empathy for others and their plight. Have more empathy for those who have lost. Choose to feel for them, carry a moment of their sorrow. Feel their pain. Be human enough to care

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Extract: Middle Age Beauty by Machel Shull

May 22nd, 2014 | By

The Three Somethings? Something To Believe In Something To Be Proud Of Something To Inspire You I learned this specific philosophy from my mom. My mom is a woman that I am so proud of to have as my mother. I don’t want to go off track here and start telling you every story of

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Scared of Aging? Written by John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min.

Jun 15th, 2012 | By

Quiz 1. Aging! The word Boomers fear most next to death (though most won’t admit it). 2. Aging! The “problem” Boomers believe can be overcome with diet, exercise, attitude, plastic surgery and new cars, careers, cruises, lovers and trips. (Not) 3. Aging! The least understood time of life with the greatest potential for psychological and

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