By: Clarice Chu | Dec 18, 2013 If you sometimes find yourself feeling unhappy at work or wishing that you worked elsewhere, do not give into temptation and quit your job. Keep in mind that there are actually things that you can do to improve your situation. For example, here are some things you can do to make work a happier place.
By: Dr. Jimmie Flores | Mar 26, 2013 A friend recently invited me to a wedding between a couple who were both marrying for the second time. The Catholic ceremony was modest, and attended mostly by those who knew the bride (Martha) and groom (Daniel) well. After the exchange of the vows, the couple organized an early dinner with drinks and music at a local Mexican restaurant specializing in seafood.
By: Lorna Atkinson | Jun 16, 2012 What exactly is the power of now? According to A Course in Miracles "Fear is not of the present, but only of the past and future, which do not exist.... And the present extends forever. It is so beautiful and so clean and free of guilt that nothing but happiness is there. No darkness is remembered, and immortality and joy are NOW." (Emphasis is mine.)
By: Mark Bennett | Jun 10, 2012 Besides that a good teacher always aims for the character development of the pupils. It starts with being a role model. Everything that is done and said is a reflection of one’s personal values. It isessential to be responsible enough to judge whether an act is morally good or not. This is because pupils tend to emulate what they observe in older people,specially their mentors.
By: Robert F Lee | May 12, 2012 From the time we begin our adult working life, we are inoculated with the belief that we should plan, save and direct substantial amounts of our energy toward being ready for retirement. Yet, we live a retired lifestyle for an average of sixteen years, and work for nearly 40. So where is the wisdom of focusing on the future, when it is so distant and such a small portion of our adult life?
By: Karla Downing | May 2, 2012 Abuse in relationships is all too common. Once you are in a committed relationship with someone who is abusive, you will find that it is harder to get out of it than when you are dating. This is because you begin to experience a crisis of self-doubt and low self-esteem the longer you are in the relationship. The best thing to do is to pay attention to these five signs that you are dating an abusiv
By: Karla Downing | Apr 23, 2012 Are you looking for Christian friendship because you feel lonely? "Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble" (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10, NLT). Feeling lonely is indeed a reminder that one is at a disadvantage being alone. If you are struggling with being alone, there are