Articles Tagged Spirituality - Page 6

Michigan has a rich heritage that features indigenous peoples, immigrants and freed slaves. Many towns had stops on the Underground Railroad to get slaves to freedom in Canada. Here are a few of the best sites to explore ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

In March, “The Shack” opened in theaters in the U.S. to mixed reviews. Although the movie did much better than expected, it had its critics due to its unorthodox theology. Still, as a faith-based movie, it di ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, about 100 million people in the United States live with a form of chronic pain. Acute pain is what alerts a person to injury. Generally, it's related to a soft tissue ...

Category: Faith Healing Health and Wellness

Summer might be the time for vacations, but many people do not come back from a week of travel fully refreshed and revitalized. A hectic work schedule is traded for a frenzied week of visiting as many places as possible, ...

Category: Health and Wellness Religion Spirituality

If you sometimes feel as if you're drowning in a sea of information and electronics, it might be time to consider meditation. Meditation is not only for Buddhists. It does encourage you to be more peaceful and more mindf ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

When you think of someone who is religious, you probably think of someone who has a specific set of beliefs, prays regularly, and likely attends a church or religious service at least once a week. Religion is generally p ...

Category: Health and Wellness Religion Spirituality

A recent study has shown that women are generally more religious than men. The study, conducted by the Pew Research Center, looked at several different aspects of religion and spirituality. It also looked at separate r ...

Category: Faith Healing Freedom of Religion Religion

A sentence that has more to say might use a semicolon in the middle; the words continue on the other side of the grammatical symbol for "there is more to say about this." Many people today are tattooing themselves with ...

Category: Aid Human Rights

In villages around the world, women take the lead in religious roles that may seem somewhat unexpected in Western traditions. In folk religious practices and observances from Asia to the Americas, from Africa to immigr ...

Category: Faith Healing Spirituality Eastern Philosophy

In a 1998 episode of The Simpsons called "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace," Homer Simpson does some calculations on a chalkboard that seem to have been way ahead of his time. A physicist named Dr. Singh has written a new ...

Category: Science Spirituality