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Can-Do Kids

Changing Our World at Any Age by Ellen Sabin This article is written especially for young readers eager to embrace the true spirit of the holiday season. Sharing it with them can help cultivate a lifelong practice of giving. Have you ever seen someone do something that changed a situation from bad to good? Maybe your parents helped someone whose ... Read More »

Opening Up to Miracles

Gabrielle Bernstein on Creating More Happiness  by April Thompson Motivational speaker and bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein knows the gravitational pull of addiction firsthand. Although introduced to spiritual practices from an early age, she turned away from that upbringing in her 20s, pulled instead into a vortex of drugs, alcohol and unhealthy relationships while running a public relations firm promoting Manhattan ... Read More »

Sacred Activism

Love in Action Can Change the World by Judith Fertig The butterfly, a universal symbol of transformation, reminds us that becoming our best selves is an ongoing process. Yet these delicate, fluttering creatures are suffering a decline, especially the vivid orange and black monarch butterflies that depend on milkweed flowers for sustenance during their migration from Mexico to Canada and ... Read More »

Beauty Foods

Kimberly Snyder Shows How to Eat for Radiant Skin, Eyes, Hair  by Judith Fertig Wise food choices, carefully timed consumption and naturally effective detoxification can help us attain red-carpet shape, professes wellness and beauty expert Kimberly Snyder, bestselling author of The Beauty Detox Foods. She aims for optimum health as the basis for achieving that all-desirable outward glow. Snyder says ... Read More »

Growing Up with Wayne Dyer

by Lindsay McGinty Serena Dyer had a unique childhood being raised by spiritually progressive parents, including her bestselling celebrity dad, Wayne Dyer, Ph.D., who would write her notes on personal stationery printed with the motto, “Be realistic. Expect miracles!” It’s not a message her peers likely heard at home. Now 29, Serena has shared her experiences growing up in Don’t ... Read More »

BioGeoGenetics Is Restoring the Salt of the Earth

by Robin Fillmore When Doc Cornelius Warren was a young child, his grandmother often used the familiar phrase, “you are the salt of the earth.” Little did he know at the time that as an adult, he would devote his life to finding the ways that this salt, cell salts particularly, can bring better health to so many. Warren is ... Read More »

First Person – Being One with the Universe

by Rosa Lidia Tapia Moreno I used to live in total darkness. Both my past and future distressed me. Unnecessary and negative thoughts filled my mind and led me to a life filled with stress, fear, insecurity and a lack of confidence in myself and in my surroundings. I lost all enthusiasm for life and was trapped in a deep ... Read More »

Every Month Should Be Breast Cancer Awareness Month

by Sherri Hudson, CT It is possible to detect breast cancer development in the very early stages, up to 5 to 8 years before a slow-growing palpable lump or mass will appear on a mammogram. Using digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI), physiological changes can be seen to indicate the possibility of early breast disease in both women and men. The ... Read More »

Airwaves Activist – NPR’s Steve Curwood Empowers Listeners to Aid Planet Earth

by Randy Kambic As executive producer and host of Living on Earth, the weekly environmental news program distributed by Public Radio International since 1990, Steve Curwood keeps millions of people informed on leading environmental topics. Broadcast on more than 300 public radio stations nationwide, the program has garnered a host of accolades, including three from the Society of Environmental Journalists and two ... Read More »

The Benefits of Local Bees and Their Honey

by Alison Gillespie Any warm weekend, shoppers can be found in long lines at farmers markets, waiting to buy local honey. This is even true in cities likeBaltimore, D.C. and Philadelphia,where honey often sells for $10 to $25 a bottle. In New York, one urban farming company made foodie headlines when it offered its Brooklyn-made honey for $40 a pound—and ... Read More »