Vibrant Life Magazine (ARCHIVE): You Need A Hobby
I need a hobby? Are you serious? People are just too busy for that. Well, a hobby that brings joy is helpful in enhancing one’s health. Check out the archive.
#Happiness, #Hobby #Joy
“Eating has much to do with religion. The spiritual experience is greatly affected by the way in which the stomach is treated. Eating and drinking in accordance with the laws of health promote virtuous actions. But if the stomach is abused by habits that have no foundation in nature, Satan takes advantage of the wrong that has been done and uses the stomach as an enemy of righteousness, creating a disturbance which affects the entire being. Sacred things are not appreciated. Spiritual zeal diminishes. Peace of mind is lost. There is dissension, strife, and discord. Impatient words are spoken and unkind deeds are done; dishonest practices are followed and anger is manifested—and all because the nerves of the brain are disturbed by the abuse heaped on the stomach.”
Electric Power of Brain Vitalizes System—”The influence of the mind on the body, as well as of the body on the mind, should be emphasized. The electric power of the brain, promoted by mental activity, vitalizes the whole system, and is thus an invaluable aid in resisting disease. This should be made plain. The power of the will and the importance of self-control, both in the preservation and in the recovery of health, the depressing and even ruinous effect of anger, discontent, selfishness, or impurity, and on the other hand the marvelous life-giving power to be found in cheerfulness, unselfishness, gratitude, should also be shown.
Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): “Keeping Bullying and Violence Out of Schools”
What parents and guardians can do about bullying.
#Anger #Bullying #Children
Loma Linda Health Library (ARCHIVE): Anger a Threat to Health in Old Age
Anger is more of a threat than sadness to those in old age than sadness. Yet, anger can be beneficial even in old age depending on the circumstances. Check out this archive.
Weimar Institute-NEWSTART CLUB (ARCHIVE): “Improve Your Mood By Food” by Elizabeth Hall
What we consume can combat negative emotions and enhance positive emotions. The article also points out connections between anger and caffeine consumption.
Ministry Magazine (ARCHIVE): “Unhealed Wounded Healers” by Larry Yeagley
This article discusses interrelationships between pastoral anger, pain, grief, and the lack of healing from such in their own lives. Questions to ponder: Is it possible that similar issues exist among clergy in other parts of the world and in other religions other than Christianity? For that matter, do similar issues exist in nonreligious entities and are just not addressed?