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Have a rockin’ day! ~The SBNR Team
“Wholehearted living is about engaging in our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion, and connection to wake up in the morning and think, No matter what gets done and how much is left undone, I am enough.“
“So musical a discord, such sweet thunder.”
~ William Shakespeare
A Human Rain Symphony Live. Simply Beautiful.
1. Dr. Susan Corso: Peace With Who You Are
“One of the quintessential spiritual questions of all faiths is “Who am I?” Who am I? Do I like who I am? Are there things I would change? Can I make those changes? Of course you can! Take a look at yourself, and then make a change. One. Tiny. Change. Then the next day, make another.”
2. Gautam Chikermane: Want a Better Brain? Meditate for 8 Weeks
“Science has taken the material aspects further, and in the process is helping the spiritualists understand the physical process of meditation better… One more step that tells us that spirituality and science are two sides of the same truth.”
3. The Huffington Post: Top 10 South Park Episodes About Religion
“This spring, the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, will debut their highly-anticipated broadway musical, The Book of Mormon. Religion has always been a favorite topic of the writers, repeatedly popping up during the South Park’s 14 seasons. Despite its wildly irreverent tone, the show’s approach to religion has frequently revealed a high level of intelligence and sophistication.”
Top Spirituality News:
1. The Huffington Post/RNS: Religious Groups Fight Obama On Tax Deductions
“For the third time in three years President Obama’s proposed budget will attempt to reduce tax deductions for high-end charitable donors, and for the third time nonprofits and religious organizations are pushing back.”
2. The New York Times: Midshipman, Then Pacifist: Rare Victory to Leave Navy
“The question that changed Michael Izbicki’s life appeared on a psychological exam… If given the order, would he launch a missile carrying a nuclear warhead? Ensign Izbicki said he would not — and his reply set in motion a two-year personal journey and legal battle that ended on Tuesday, when the Navy confirmed that he had been discharged from the service as a conscientious objector.”
3. The Washington Post: Lawsuit Alleges FBI Violated Muslims’ Freedom of Religion
“An FBI informant who infiltrated a California mosque violated the constitutional rights of hundreds of Muslims by targeting them for surveillance because of their religion, the ACLU and a Muslim group said in a lawsuit Tuesday.”