Today’s Goodness: Have you seen this site? Over a billion others never will – those in the developing world that lack access to corrective eyewear. Centre for Vision in the Developing World is doing everything they can to change that, including special research into the use of self-adjustable glasses.
Learn more about the Centre for Vision in the Developing World.
Let go, relax, and have some fun this weekend! ~The SBNR Team
“You have the power to create. Your power is so strong that whatever you believe comes true. You are the way you are because that is what you believe about yourself. Your whole reality, everything you believe, is your creation.”
From: The Mastery of Love: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship
By Don Miguel Ruiz
“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.”
~ Dalai Lama
This demonstration of compassion on Disability Day at Fenway Park will truly warm your heart.
1. Anne Elizabeth: The Processional of Enlightenment Along West 5th Street
“I’m more of a “more truth” mama than a “the truth” one. I’d love to substitute the word “love” for “the truth.” Nevertheless, I’ve never heard what we all face, then don’t really want to face, then hopefully really do face, better described.”
2. John Horn: Sundance Film Festival: Movies Look at Faith in All its Forms
“Among the roughly 120 features playing at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, a surprisingly large number use faith — and specifically Christianity — as either a critical narrative fulcrum or a key expositional backdrop. And the dramas do not always take a neutral stance.”
3. David Weisman: Buddhism and Neuroscience
“So how does Buddhism do? Pretty well. Buddhism lays out the concept that there is no mind the way we tend to consider them (as we consider our self). In broad strokes, neuroscience and neurology agree.”
Top Spirituality News:
1. Reuters: Nepal Christians Threaten ‘Corpse’ Protest in Burial Row
“Christians in Nepal have threatened to parade corpses in the capital to press the government into finding them alternative burial grounds after burials near the country’s holiest Hindu shrine were banned.”
2. The Star: Arab World Appalled by Palestinian Negotiators
“Nothing demonstrates the gap between secret and public diplomacy as well as Monday’s response to news that Palestinian negotiators have been discussing major concessions during their Mideast peace talks for the last four years.”
3. The Telegraph: Christians ‘Less Devout’ than Muslims in Britain
“Christians are less devout than followers of other religions in Britain, according to new research. “