Author Archives: Linda Ross

Slamming into the Dalai Lama, finding forgiveness

My sister Kathy first told me of her surprise encounter  with the Dalai Lama in Washington DC several years ago.  Noting that he was visiting the Capitol again recently, I called her for permission to share this as well to hear … Continue reading

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How do we grow new, rather than old?

I found arresting a passage in the book of Proverbs that gave me an insight on growing new, rather than old.   “The hoary [grey haired] head is a crown of beauty and glory if it is found in the way of righteousness (moral and spiritual rectitude … Continue reading

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Freedom has its life in the hearts…

President Dwight Eisenhower had an understanding of freedom honed from serving our country in World Wars I & II, the Philippines, as Supreme Commander of NATO, and as our 34th President.  Interestingly he came to the conclusion that freedom is … Continue reading

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Prayer as a mainstream health practice

A recent editorial in the Christian Science Monitor examined a disturbing shift in policy by the National Institutes of Health.  Their National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine which had issued the data on prayer collected in a 2002 survey on … Continue reading

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