Religion and Spirituality are the same, right? Regular readers of my blog will know the answer to this, but if you’re curious, or a new visitor, let’s discuss
Defining personal spirituality might be an impossible task. The word “personal” implies as many definitions as there are people to define it. Consider this: throughout history, man has
I delivered this sermon for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Danbury, CT in March 2020 – I was guest preaching there and I was honored to have the
Are you searching for deeper, spiritually authentic meaning in your life? You’re not alone; the hectic demands of life in the 21st-century have made many people feel disconnected.
My previous post entitled “Spiritual But Not Religious Ranks Growing in the U.S.” referred to a Pew Research Center study that found more than 20% of the population
Spiritual things are those generally concerned with sacred matters or with religion. For something to be considered sacred, it is defined as being connected with God (or the
DivaStyleCEO · Spiritual ResilienceToday, I want to talk with about Spiritual Resilience. This term came up in my reading for one of my classes at Starr King School