Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Big Bang Miniaturized

Mainstream quantum physicists today believe the universe began 13 to 20 billion years ago with a massive explosion, or multiple explosions. Astronomer Fred Hoyle coined the term “Big Bang” in 1951. Computer models suggest that a mass the size of … Continue reading

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Pay Kindness Forward

Is there really such a thing as the science of kindness? You betcha. There is compelling evidence that acts of kindness can make a real difference in the psychological well-being of the people who practice and receive it. In a … Continue reading

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Are You In an “At Risk” Environment From a Spiritual Perspective?

By today’s standards, the concept of being “at risk” is usually applied to those individuals who tend to be on the “endangered” list for exposure to poor or disastrous life outcomes. These poor outcomes are described as “exposures” to such … Continue reading

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