Imam Khalid Latif: Ramadan Reflection Day 1: What Will Make This Fast Different? This Ramadan is unique in comparison to the Ramadans that came before it just as today is unique in comparison to each yesterday that we have lived and every tomorrow that we will see.
Transcendentalism was a religious and philosophical movement that was developed during the late 1820s and 1830s in the Eastern region of the United States as a protest against the general state of and in particular, the state of intellectualism at Harvard University and the doctrine of the Unitarian church taught at Harvard Divinity School. Among the transcendentalists' core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both people and nature. Transcendentalists believed that society and its institutions—particularly organized religion and political parties—ultimately corrupted the purity of the individual.
We have at our disposal a power that can change lives, make a sick spirit healthy, encourage success, guide those who need it, make or break relationships and create a lasting impression of us as people. Kristen Houghton: The Spiritual Power of Words
What is spiritual practice? Maggie Lyon : The Top 10 Benefits of Spiritual Practice
Like all physicians, we've seen things we can't explain. You Docs: Having faith is good for your body as well as your soul
Rod Stryker: Spiritual vs. Material Fulfillment: Who Says You Can't Have Both? (Part II) Part I of this article looked at the two different kinds of fulfillment: material and spiritual.
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