Wisdom

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Positive Living

A Simple Trick to Improve Your Discernment

This maxim is used in religious and secular circles alike to encourage us to discern wisdom from unhelpful information.

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Celtic Mystic John O'Donohue
Stories of Faith

4 Keys to Experience Wonder from John O'Donohue

Use these principles from an expert in Celtic spirituality to find wonder in everyday life  

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Positive Living

An Easy Way to Remember to Use Positive Words

The power of the spoken word is profound. Here’s how to use it in a positive way.

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Have Faith

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Inspiring Stories

Life Lessons Learned from Nature

Writer and photographer Julie Lavender has spent years taking pictures of nature's wonders. In this gallery, she shares some of the lessons she's learned from the flora and fauna she's captured in her photographs.

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Divine Wisdom

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Power of Prayer

3 Things Regular Prayer Will Teach You About Yourself

Here’s a path to finding a deeper and greater knowledge of many things, especially yourself.

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Power of Prayer

Biblical Wisdom for a Prosperous Life

A key passage from Proverbs offers guidance on finding fulfillment.

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Daily Devotions

Draw from God’s Wisdom

Click here for the daily devotion for March 9, 2018

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God's Grace

The Celtic Wisdom of Poet and Mystic John O’Donohue

In 1982, O’Donohue was ordained a Catholic priest and spent much of his time in solitude, contemplating the “the invisible world” – what we see with our souls, not our eyes. A topic he explored in his international bestseller Anam Ċara, which means “soul friend” in Gaelic. In 2000, O’Donohue left the priesthood to focus on his writing. He passed away in his sleep in 2008 at the age of 52. Today, his work continues to inspire many to take a closer look at that which they cannot see.

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