Monthly Archives: May 2014

Spiritual Practice: Avoid Suicide Wraps

Suicide Wraps? Wow, that sounds kind of scary, doesn’t it? In the rodeo industry, a suicide wrap is a particular rope wrap bull riders use when wrapping the bull rope around their hand. The wrap allows the cowboy enough leverage … Continue reading

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Trusting Your Intuition: Tickling the Ant as a Spiritual Practice

The most often quoted ‘ant verse’ from the Hebrew Testament is Proverbs 6:6. “Be like the ant,” says Solomon, “consider her ways, and be wise” (the Holy Bible from Lamsa’s Aramaic of the Peshitta). The King James Bible is a little … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Kindness as a Spiritual Practice

Practicing random acts of kindness is a deliberate attempt to brighten another person’s day by doing something thoughtful, nice, and heartfelt. Kindness is a way of showing others that they count. It is a spiritual practice which sends the message that … Continue reading

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