Mind & Body

How Missed Details Led to the USS Vincennes Incident

By Viki McCabe

290 people were killed in the 1988 USS Vincennes incident due to the captain’s failure to perceive the data available to him.

Ups and Downs

By Tim White

Tim White reassures a parent that her son’s quirky hobby is nothing to worry about.

Seeking A Life That Is Spiritual But Not Religious

By Roger Housden

Secular spirituality is a way to steer a path between atheism and religion.

Inside Haitian Vodou

By Madison Smartt Bell

The Haitian Vodou religion is well-known for its dramatic ritual; the personal mysticism of Vodou, however, is rarely described.


Less is More

By Tim White

Tim White offers advice on attaining happiness by simplifying life.

Experiencing Life and Death Across Generations

By Robert Kopecky

How personal experiences of life and death can be devalued if operating with self-centered priorities.

Faith to Practice on the Prairie: The Evolution of an Energy Healer

By Charles Reinert ND, PhD

Facing a midlife crisis, an unhappy physics professor finds a new pathway as an energy healer.

Autism Treatment for Children: Searching for Jonah's Miracle

By Amy S. F. Lutz

After trying multiple medications and treatments for her son, one mother recalls her attempts to seek out a miracle for her child and autistic children everywhere.