There are enduring expressions of hunger and longing almost an unshakeable quest for wholeness across our Western Society. If for example we listen carefully to the songs of the age such as Adele singing ‘never mind I’ll find someone like you’, expressed about a boyfriend but also longing for completion. We also find it in […]
The gambler is after the dopamine hit which gives a temporary state of elation and excitement. It helps the gambler escape from suffering or pain. Dopamine is an incentive vitamin and excitement molecule, without it we are listless bored disinterested. But dopamine receptors are significantly diminished if there is stress around, so people then need to find […]
Anxiety goes with creativity so let’s create a new combined word ‘anxietivity’ because you can’t separate the two. Sometimes the limb breaks when you go out on a limb, failure is part of the process and we need to use the energy of anxiety as well as we can, Kelly Mcgonigal says in the her […]
Life goes through cycles of death and rebirth. The Sun sets in the west, death comes to the day but it will rise again in the east. You can’t have eternal sunshine. We need to embrace this in our lives. What do you have in your life that you are holding onto? Just let go, […]
Stress is the stimulus to growth and comes in waves, but we must build in a rest phase as we face stress waves in life for it is in recovery that growth actually occurs. It is not that we work too hard, it is that we have inadequate recovery. On an ECG you see the heart making […]
Physicists have found that the Universe is an interaction, with particles either attracting or repelling. Science faith Communicator Andy Fletcher says ‘We can’t understand a particle by itself. Another word for interaction is relationship. The highest form of relationship is love, the highest form of love is sacrifice, and that brings us to Jesus.’ Invite […]
We can be so egotistical about our thought processes. We think we are the smartest things in the Universe, and when our thinking is challenged we can say ‘don’t tell me I am wrong, that I don’t know what I am talking about. We would at times rather have our thinking be right even if […]
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