Guest Author Joey Flowers ponders why so many of us call out to an unseen force when things go wrong in our lives and wonders; who or what is listening?
Archives for 2011
Guest author Megan DeFilippo offers three safe and healthy ways for senior citizens to get exercise, reduce stress, connect with others and enjoy the outdoors.
This time of year tends to be challenging for me. I would guess the same is true for many others out there. And what’s interesting to me is that although the level of activity with others is often ramped up, so, too, can the feelings of loneliness. Seems like a contradiction, doesn’t it? Maybe, and […]
As 2011 draws to a close, I find myself looking back at a great year here at Life As A Human. There were many terrific comments and conversations that have come out of my Canine Nation articles. It’s been my pleasure and privilege share some thoughts with so many of you and to meet you through the comments you have shared here, on our Canine Nation group on Facebook, and through Twitter and emails as well.
Life As A Human editor, Christine Roome, and her husband prepare the holiday feast together. Out of the two of them, it is the tech savvy one who perfects the cooking of the Christmas bird.
As Vincent Ross discovers, there’s more to Pingyao than wily traders! Fortified by an impressive wall started in the Zhou Dynasty, the city is a living museum, with many of its buildings constructed from small bricks made from black clay removed from the coal-rich ground over centuries.
There is a price to be paid when you run to the edge of pleasure. Guest Author, Drew Sager, shares the wisdom he has gained from his experiences, speaking out with compassion to those who have yet to find their way back.
Perhaps the greatest joy of the Christmas season for a young person lies in the delicious anticipation, in the events, rituals, traditions, and the sounds and smells that contribute to the build-up of excitement that peaks on Christmas morning. For us as children, decorating the classroom in late November, buying and trimming the tree in […]
When my daughter pointed out I had forgotten to buy a Christmas present for one our family members, I found myself braving the Christmas Eve crowds in search of worms.
Your mind is brilliant with ideas and thoughts, you must use this to create and bring life or it will destroy you. You have no other options, your gift will not let you rest.