Today’s Goodness: Have you seen the Fun Theory? It came out awhile ago, but not everyone has seen it yet. The concept is simple: “Something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better.” Watch their videos, and just try not to smile.
Check out The Fun Theory.
Just a quick reminder: You are amazing! ~The SBNR Team
“Although the materialistic and scientific world of our culture may try to hide us from the vast source of our life, it cannot be denied. Over and over we hear tales, large and small, of the heart, the spirit, the soul reawakening to a greater vision of reality.”
From: After the Ecstasy, the Laundry:
How the Heart Grows Wise on the Spiritual Path
By Jack Kornfield
“Give whatever you are doing and whoever you are with the gift of your attention.”
Sometimes it’s too easy to overlook the obvious.
1. Vern Barnet: Arguing About Faith Brings No Profit
“We are often enlarged and deepened in our own faiths when we are stimulated by others’ experiences. But I don’t think winning an argument is helpful. Disputes about God, for example, are not likely to make us better people.”
2. Daniel Schultz: The Problem with Civility
“As long as there are disagreements in the public square, there will be “incivility.” That’s just human nature, and to a certain extent, it’s good and healthy. It means that people are taking things seriously.”
3. Lauri Lebo: Damn You Auto-Correct: Creationist Edition
“However, they caught a slip-up. In one instance, editors had meant to replace “creationists” with “design proponents.” Instead, the phrase read, “cdesign proponentsists.” Lawyers dubbed it proof of creationists’ “missing link”.”
Top Spirituality News:
1. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Judge Upholds Ban on Guns in Places of Worship
“A federal judge has upheld the Georgia law banning weapons in churches, mosques and synagogues, saying gun rights advocates had not shown that carrying a firearm is necessary to practicing any religion.”
2. NPR/AP: Hate Crime Charges Upheld In Cab Driver’s Stabbing
“A judge on Wednesday upheld hate-crime charges against a college student accused of slashing a New York City taxi driver’s neck in an anti-Muslim attack.”
3. The Washington Post:
To Target Fox News Over ‘Nazi’ Label, Rabbis Make Use of Murdoch’s Other Media
“A coalition of rabbis wants Fox News chief Roger Ailes and conservative host Glenn Beck to cut out all their talk about Nazis and the Holocaust, and it’s making its views known in an unusual place.”