Spiritual Path

25 May 19
Emotional Sobriety Means Healing Mind, Body, and Soul

I recommend the following books for addiction recovery: 12 Steps: A Spiritual Journey (Tools for Recovery) Friends in Recovery ISBN 0941405443 Amazon link   Addiction & Recovery for Dummies Brian Shaw, Paul Ritvo, Jane Irvine, and M. David Lewis ISBN  0764576259 Amazon link   Alcoholics Anonymous: Big Book 4th Edition AA Services ISBN  1893007170 Amazon […]

25 May 19
The Desert Path

It’s Our Choice: Cat’s Angel Message for May 25, 2019 May’s Theme: This month brings changes into your life. While change sometimes feels scary, it is a necessary thing for our overall growth. Be willing to embrace it and allow it to happen naturally and get ready for better things! Much in life can be […]

25 May 19
Osero's Lair

The world of man has always been a breeding ground for imperfections, causing a state of hopelessness with a great many circling the drain that is despair, damnation and death; man has also been known to fight for life and has always turned to religion for an answer, for succor, hope, and deliverance. A good […]

25 May 19
honey for the heart

The word hidayah, linguistically meaning direction and guidance, is used in two senses in the Qur’an. First, guidance of clarification and direction, not taking into account whether the person to whom it has been clarified traverses the path of guidance or not. In this respect is the saying of Allah, “As for the Thamud, We […]

25 May 19
Jayasri

Srila Sridhar Maharaj discusses the progression from varnasram-dharma to Vaisnavism.

25 May 19
The Unseen Means

The title of this Chapter invokes images of two grand houses with lawns, topiary, fountains, servants running to and fro to trim hedges, putting fresh flowers in vases for every surface, snapping to attention when the Lord and Lady are present. What should we expect in the House of the Devil vs the One of […]

25 May 19
News Directory

Screenshot from Mindful Schools "Room to Breathe" trailer. The religion in public schools is again in the news. Just last week, the Washington Post Christians in Kentucky called out for the public classes of the school that could be said to cross the constitutional line between teaching about the Bible and religious devotion to the […]

25 May 19

This week, Facebook Memories informed me that we’ve officially reached the third anniversary of our move to North Carolina. Three years ago Thursday we saw our house for the first time.  We took a trip to Wal-Mart for curtains (our master windows face the street…curtains were a crucial first purchase) and slept on the floor […]

25 May 19
Desni linkovi

(source) July 15, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — The World Meeting of Families can be a vital moment in the Church for strengthening Catholic marriages and families.  Growth in greater love and trust in families requires clarification of issues and regular requests for forgiveness when indicated. Many Catholic spouses, children and families report being confused and traumatized […]

25 May 19
Sidereal Daily Forecast, Stars, Planets Etc

May 25, 2019. Moon moves into Aquarius. We take our ideas from our life experiences today. We create our own drumbeat to live by. When we step on a new path the cosmos will send messages to let us know if we are on the right path. Today’s color is silver. Silver helps to cool […]

25 May 19
NarrowPathMinistries

By Dr. Mark Creech – May 19, 2019 Rev. Benjamin Morris was a Congregational minister, who lived from 1810 to 1867, pastored churches in Indiana and Ohio, and other places. When his health failed, he retired from ministry and moved to Washington, D.C. Morris developed a deep concern that America was drifting from her spiritual […]

25 May 19
Julie Dibble, Speaker and Author

In a culture where sin is glorified, how do we stay on course? Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find […]

25 May 19
To The Hippy Van!

Current affairs, civilian matters and general injustice in the world have always been of great interest to me (though more like a hobby than full-time job). It’s easy to get caught up in ‘life’ (work, make money, pay bills, you know, survive) as we try to get on, and it’s made tougher as each year […]