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My last edifying voyage into the world of podcasts while working away in my monastic resident existence at the hospital this past month was a rebroadcast of the fantastic Speaking of Faith episode on Depression and the Soul. It really hammered home my own experience in a jarring and powerful way. Read the rest of this entry »
Hello and welcome to my roundup of the best of mind, body and soul as found by my spending entirely too much time surfing the internets. Today I have sleep deprivation and madness, power and trust, gratitude in the midst of recession, helpful herpes, failed antioxidants, and the power of peanut flour, to name just a few. Dig in and enjoy the most excellent posts- Read the rest of this entry »
What is dignity? It seems a simple question. Merriam-Webster calls it the quality of being worthy, honored, or esteemed, also seriousness of manner, appearance, or language. So dignity is something a person has, and something a person can be treated with. What gives a person dignity? Who should be treated with dignity? Read the rest of this entry »