Irish poet and priest John O’Donohue says, “it would be infinitely lonely to live in a world without blessing. The word evokes a sense of warmth and protection; it suggests that no life is alone or unreachable.” We approaching the …

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Have you ever expected a particular task to be easy but ended up feeling completely stuck? That was my experience as I tried to write this week’s community email. I sat for hours looking at a blank computer screen. Finally …

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The word hope gets used a lot. “We hope the weather will be good for our family vacation, that our favorite team wins the game, or the interesting dinner date will call back the next day.” For many people hope …

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It’s December and the consumer drive within our society has been chomping at the bit since Hallowe’en. Carols started playing, decorations went up and the merchandise was ready to go! It makes most of us want to push all thoughts …

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I am enjoying our exploration of the six human needs, and judging from the feedback I’ve received, it’s been a popular topic amongst those attending as well. This is one the many doorways that lead to a deeper understanding of …

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Last Sunday we began exploring the six human needs from the work of Anthony Robbins and psychotherapist Cloe Madanes. These needs are basic to all of us; they are key drivers in who we are and how we live our …

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People make decisions and take action every day based on what they think, how they feel and/or the habits they’ve formed. And often, they do so without giving these choices a second thought. If this sounds familiar, then I invite …

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I have talked to so many people lately who are experiencing a transition of some kind in their lives. It’s actually become a common conversation regardless of where I am; so it’s not surprising to see the change going on …

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Article written by Kate Stephenson Monday morning at 6:45 on May 12th , Reverend Annie Lavack and 10 bleary eyed members of the Center for Inspired Living gathered together to serve breakfast at Our Place on Pandora Ave. in downtown …

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Last Sunday’s service was definitely an emotional one. There was a change in our community and David gave his last talk as CIL’s minister. Of course there was a whole range of feelings; tears of sadness and loss as well …

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