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Celebrating May Beyond Mothers, Graduations and the Kentucky Derby

The month of May marks the end of school, the beginning of summer vacations and the return of flowers and greenery to the landscape. One of the May birth flowers is lily of the valley, quite appropriate because this flow ...

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Pastor Challenges Americans to Donate Stimulus Checks to Evangelicals

Evangelical Pastor Tony Spell challenged Americans to donate their stimulus checks to evangelical groups instead of paying their bills, prompting many to accuse him of promoting a corrupt "prosperity gospel" message. 

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Practicing Self-Care During Coronavirus

Schools are closing. Millions of people have been told to leave the office and work from home. The grocery store shelves are bare, and toilet paper is a rare commodity. To add insult to injury, citizens are being told t ...

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Be a Responder During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Where To Volunteer, Give Blood and Donate

If you're one of the lucky ones who can work from home, you may want to consider donating to some of your favorite causes or supporting local businesses. Donating a little money, food, or time can go a long way.

Category: Aid Health and Wellness Morality

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5 Simple Ways To Care for Others During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has upended life as we know it. Kids can’t go to school. Adults can’t go to work. Fears that the economy will crumble are rampant. And people are forced to go without — without toil ...

Category: Aid Health and Wellness Morality

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5 Tips for Coping With Grief During the Holidays

For many people, Christmas music, festive decorations and holiday parties all serve to incite feelings of joy and good cheer. However, for many others, they only serve as painful reminders of what was lost. If you, like ...

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Archbishop of Canterbury Joins Other Faith Leaders in the Fight Against Homelessness

In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, joined faith leaders of eight other communities to condemn the “tragedy” of homelessness. Last week, he became one of ...

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Dealing With Loneliness

Joss Whedon said, “Loneliness is about the scariest thing out there.” Many people feel lonely even in a crowd of people. Loneliness is complex emotion. It’s a sadness when you feel like you don’t ...

Category: Aid Health and Wellness

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The Limits of Empathy

Empathy is a huge buzzword nowadays. Depending on who you believe, today’s world has too little or too much empathy. At its core, empathy is the ability to understand and share someone else’s feelings. Actua ...

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What Is Hoodoo and Can It Help You in Your Time of Need?

You’ve likely never heard of Hoodoo unless you’re from the New Orleans area or the Lowcountry of South Carolina, where this form of witchery and healing is quite well known and widely practiced. Originating i ...

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