Notes from the Front Desk

By Katelyn Baker-Smith I think we can all recognize and commiserate that customer service is sometimes a struggle for people on both sides. Sure, there are a few people who […]

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Darkness: A Treasure?

By Beth Saner, FSPA Back in September, a small group to which I belong agreed to read and discuss the book Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown […]

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REWIND: 1984

By: Susan Pannier-Cass On a particularly cold and snowy day, while organizing my office a few weeks back, I uncovered my old journals stored in a faded turquoise trunk. Rarely […]

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A Spirituality of Aging

By: Helen Cahill In his book The Force of Character and Lasting Life, author James Hillman raises a tantalizing question: do you ever wonder what nature and God had in […]

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Beyond Crisis

By Bill Harrison MA, LCPC Many people seek psychotherapy in the wake of a sudden upheaval in their lives – a death, a divorce or some other unforeseen change in […]

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From the Lily Pad

For years I have written a blog taking a quote or quotes and then reflecting to enlighten readers concerning the light of a Divine Presence among us. For me as […]

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