This video is my new favorite to show people. I love the message of both personal responsibility and positive outlook. It is amusing, informative and cheerful. Please watch.
Reflections on the ministry teaching of telling others “It is well” and how it creates paradoxes, contradictions and necessary inconsistencies in my life.
Here is the song I was talking about in the video. It is not the traditional version. It is a modern version I like a lot.
The traditional melody and lyric is here, also beautiful:
Posted by my friend Greg on Anchor!
My son may have an interesting gift. Or he may not. Whatever the case, I hope he always believes that people never really go away.
Research update: Our preliminary research on the One Minute Healing method is going great! If you have not tried the distress reduction technique yourself, please do. It takes one minute to learn. It takes 2 minutes to help us research. Check out 1minutehealing.com and thank you!
Setting them free
By R. Wolf Shipon (1MinuteHealing.com)
If someone you know
Feels the urge to go
You just set them free
And if you’re like me
What you will find —
If you’re of like mind —
Is when they return
Great trust you will earn
In this life it seems
We co-create dreams
To hope and believe
First give, then receive
A journey begins
An open heart wins
Tell them “Joy pursue!”
To be a friend true
Where asking for help has carried us in a few short weeks.
Five characteristics make a healer, according to me. Here they are: Openness, Helpfulness, Gratefulness, Enthusiasm and Expectancy (OH GEE). In the near future, a guide called One Minute Healing will explain more. Here is a preview.
On ordinary “Conversations with God.” Not about the book series — surely worth checking out — but about how to decide on things in life while seeking both Divine guidance and your own. Where the still, small voice is found.
Lessons from my wife, nephew, and staff members: my life improves when I stop trying to do everything myself and start accepting help. How fortunate to arrive at this realization now, and how much I wish I arrived there sooner.
This is absolutely a rant. This is about privilege and bigotry, language, and diplomacy vs. name calling. In this blog I explore the reasons the transgender issue in the United States is not a matter of “opinion” and why it is ok to leverage name calling (the word “bigot”) against the privileged as necessary.