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The grandparent/grandchild relationship by Jerome Kerner, CSL

When I think of my grandmother I recall the person that was there for me—available and ready to tell a story or make a special dessert as I watched and let my senses take in the events unfolding.  Little did I know that these experiences would be some of the [...]

The grandparent/grandchild relationship by Jerome Kerner, CSL 2017-10-06T21:57:50+00:00

How Does a Mystic Respond to the Madness Now Roiling Our Country? By John Robinson, PhD, D Min

How does a mystic respond to the madness now roiling our country - violence, racism, climate disruption, genocidal wars, escalating terrorism, crushing poverty, economic inequality, endless disrespect, on and on and on? We are shaken by the horror of the world we are creating. But consider this: Buddha, the [...]

How Does a Mystic Respond to the Madness Now Roiling Our Country? By John Robinson, PhD, D Min 2017-08-16T17:03:00+00:00

The Power of Purposeful Aging by Richard Leider

A sense of life purpose promotes physical, mental, and spiritual health. People who seek meaning beyond themselves are healthier, happier, and live longer. It’s vital to our well-being that we maintain strong feelings of purpose and community. For some people, life purpose is a spiritual concept, or has a [...]

The Power of Purposeful Aging by Richard Leider 2017-07-18T00:36:40+00:00

“The Emerging Elder: Walking the Walk” by Anne Boynton

The second People’s Climate March was on Saturday, April 29, 2017.  I wanted to be in Washington D.C. to join with fellow elders on behalf of the planet, but I was unable to walk in solidarity with 200,000 in our nation’s capitol.  Having missed participating in the incomparable energy [...]

“The Emerging Elder: Walking the Walk” by Anne Boynton 2017-07-18T00:42:48+00:00

Inclusiveness

For Example - the quality of Inclusiveness By acceptance and celebration of the rich diversity of ethnicities, lifestyles, backgrounds, ages and spiritual/wisdom traditions in every community, we cooperate in helping others and making a difference for good in the world. From Cindy Siemers I am an immigrant [...]

Inclusiveness 2017-05-30T22:46:10+00:00

“The Prejudice of Ageism” by Ina Albert, CSL

   New Yorker Magazine published a cartoon in a March, 2017 issue that revealed the underside of our attitude toward aging. A husband and wife are standing in line to buy movie tickets. The woman says to the cashier, “One senior ticket and one refuses to accept he’s a [...]

“The Prejudice of Ageism” by Ina Albert, CSL 2017-07-18T00:43:53+00:00