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Dec
2010
6
An antique prayer for anxious times

An antique prayer for anxious times

Laid-off, foreclosed, going broke, ill, stressed, lonely or sad? The Novena to St. Jude is tailor-made for times of troubles BY SOUL’S CODE — Call it a Catholic meditation. Call it a koan of loving kindness. In the 19th century, the Novena to “the forgotten saint” Jude was known as a prayer for desperate cases, ...
Oct
2010
13
Write your own Love Scroll

Write your own Love Scroll

Check out the rotating scroll that shows Kodak moments of the soul in the right column of this page BY SOUL’S CODE — Have you heard a question that goes like this from competitive friends, motivational speakers or, say — the foremost practitioners of American reality TV, Oprah and Donald Trump? “Where do you want ...
May
2010
25
As Sister Sledge said:We are family

As Sister Sledge said:We are family

As Bono sang: We are one love, one blood, and one life None among us are born without purpose None among us are born any better than another Life has purpose and life serves us each as one When we learn to serve each other we automatically grow into our purpose in harmony with the ...
Jan
2010
25
Even the Earth has faults: Haiti’s powerful reminder

Even the Earth has faults: Haiti’s powerful reminder

Like the Earth itself, we are all vulnerable to the energy within us GUEST COLUMN BY HEATHER GREAVES — The Earth in all her pain (toxicity) and glory has faults. Likewise, we human beings with all our broken dreams and victories, have faults. As below our feet. . .so it is above. The year 2010 ...
Jan
2010
15
What happens in Haiti, doesn't stay in Haiti

What happens in Haiti, doesn’t stay in Haiti

Will soul evolving strength and beauty emerge from the rubble of Haiti? GUEST COLUMN BY CHELSEA LANGAN — It’s been a tough couple of days for Haitians, their families, and sympathetic souls around the world. The devastation that has unfolded in such an already grief stricken island seems catastrophic. But on a positive note, I ...
Aug
2009
11
On 9/11, we pray

On 9/11, we pray

A spiritual teacher’s meditation and affirmation for this anniversary of fear and terror GUEST COLUMN: RONDA LARUE — 9/11 is, and was, a big wake up call to witness the internal machinations of fear, and its multi-faced projections. And as with all tragedies, it is a call to dive deeper under the ruble of suffering, shock, and ...
Jul
2009
26
A Kennedy death that offers a healing opportunity

A Kennedy death that offers a healing opportunity

Despite his transgressions,  Edward Kennedy was a model of grace and forgiveness. His legacy outshone Chappaquidick and the shadows cast by assassins Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan BY PAUL KAIHLA — In our anxious world the news of a Kennedy death has an archetypal effect: shock and awe, a collective “pain body” experience. John...
Sep
2008
24

Letter from Galveston: Coping with loss after hurricane Ike

A small business owner writes about returning after the storm BY SKIP MARTIN — After weaving my way through the maze of road blocks and debris that is Galveston County post-Ike, I finally made it to the Galveston Police checkpoint.  It was more than a week before residents would be allowed to return permanently — just two ...
Aug
2008
19

Prayer Wall: Galveston update: Ike’s moved on, the island is closed

The near-category three storm ripped across the Texas gulf coast last night Gone with the wind: Murdoch’s Bathhouse (1910), The Balinese Room (1929), Hooters (2006). Still standing, we hope, is UTMB’s BioSafety Level Four lab, one of only 13 in the country equipped to experiment with avian flu, hemorrhagic fever and other highly...
Aug
2008
18
Prayer Wall: Galveston prays for miracles as Hurricane Ike approaches Texas coast

Prayer Wall: Galveston prays for miracles as Hurricane Ike approaches Texas coast

Residents flee storm that recalls the worst natural disaster in American history BY BEVERLEY WOOD — 9:00 am one fateful Saturday in September, a storm began to make landfall in Galveston, Texas from the middle of the Gulf of Mexico, where it had tossed and turned all night. By 10 o’clock, the severity of the wind had gathered ...