November 24 Pearson Blog: Alleviating Holiday Stress

By Carol S. Pearson  Why is Thanksgiving week often so stressful? Feeling gratitude has been shown to decrease stress, help us feel happier, promote emotional and mental health, and foster spiritual growth. But the Thanksgiving holiday can be stressful for all sorts of good reasons that undercut the very purpose of a day dedicated to […]

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Review: Dara Marks

A new review shared in gratitude for the time and energy Dara Marks has taken to consider my work.  

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November 18 Pearson Blog: Killing in the Name of God: Spiritual Temptations and Opportunities

By Carol S. Pearson Although all the Abrahamic religions are monotheistic, believing in one God, there have been many times in history when their adherents, in the name of that God, have killed others who have different worship practices and beliefs. And yet, all of these three major religions have foundational beliefs in love. Jesus’s […]

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November 10 Koehler Blog: The Goddess of Spring and the Origin of the Disney Maiden

By Dori Koehler Between 1929 and 1939, the Walt Disney Animation Studio rode high on the success of its animated short cartoons. While many animation studios suffered a downturn due to the Great Depression, Walt Disney enjoyed his very own Midas touch. Of particular significance during this period are the Silly Symphonies cartoons. These shorts, […]

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November 4 Pearson Blog: The Magic of Shifting the Story

By Carol S. Pearson David and I woke up recently feeling anxious and began to tell each other what we were fearful about. We have a lot on our plate, and some of our worries were about getting everything done, some about pending decisions, and some more nebulous. But, as we talked, we remembered that […]

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Review: Spirituality and Health

This is shared with gratitude to spiritualityandhealth.com for their time and thoughts.

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