The Round up for this month in Growing Group includes several different articles that offer suggestions and tips on how to find happiness in life. They range from lists to improve your Everyday habits to simple suggestions such as listening to upbeat music and singing! There are even scientific studies now that work on ideas […]
Learning to love yourself-This is a prerequisite for all things when talking about love. It is when you can truly love others and help others that you can learn to help and to heal others. In The Growing Group, there are several unexpected Valentine’s to give to yourself this February on Valentine’s Day. And
r the month of January, we have been talking about “Hope” as the theme. And there are so many ways that we can be hopeful rather than dour and unhappy with the outlook for our future.
And in his essay, “The Dawn will Come,” in which he wrote about the feeling he had upon receiving news that the Supreme Court had ruled segregated busing was unconstitutional, it shows us so much more about the man and his eternal hope for justice.
What is Mind/Body Wellness? It is defined as ways that will help to integrate your mental well-being and spiritual practices, mindfulness, with a physical practice such as yoga, meditation, or other ways to integrate a healthier lifestyle with a calm and centered mental outlook.
Expectations are always high at the beginning of the year as we start our new journey. And with so many unexpected bumps in the road in the past two years, we need to believe and to keep the faith and to have hope for the future.
And the meaning of Auld Lang Syne itself has often been interpreted as either “Days long gone” or “Old times since gone.”
In this piece, the man, Robert Smith, gives wise advice to his children as he asks them to honor God.
Our theme at 6 Degrees in December is “Giving Back.” Looking at different places where we can give back, we think of the old saying that goes, “Charity begins at home.” Charity is the theme for “The Growing Group” this month. There is a devotion about charity from William Temple, who served as the Archbishop