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Learning New Skills Keeps the Aging Mind Sharp

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A recent research study indicates that only certain activities – such as learning a mentally demanding skill like photography—are likely to improve cognitive functioning.  Researchers at the University of Texas in Dallas performed a study whereby 221 adults, ages 60 … Continue reading

A Lesson in Nonjudgment

by Jonathan Denwood

A Lesson in Nonjudgment Author’s Note: This article written by Paula Schneider was published in Unity Magazine in the column, God Moments, in July of 1997. My copy of the article recently re-surfaced as I looked through some memorabilia, and … Continue reading

Open Forum on End-of-Life Issues

by Jonathan Denwood

You’re Invited to an Open Forum on End-of-Life Issues Facilitated by Paula Schneider and Laurie Bauer, former hospice RN Case Managers Tahoe Senior Plaza (event open to the public) Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 10 am til noon Refreshments Provided … Continue reading

Four Clicks

by Jonathan Denwood

Have you ever worked jigsaw puzzles on your computer? It’s a lot of fun, and is probably an excellent way to help keep your brain stimulated. My husband and I were in our office, each working puzzles and I realized … Continue reading

Angels on the Road

by Peggy Pruitt

Have you ever considered that there might be angels traveling in and around our cars as we drive around our streets and highways? I know I certainly have! Especially when I think about the crazy (and dangerous) driving habits that … Continue reading

Keep Your Word

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In the late 1990’s, I received, every day, via email, a coaching newsletter called Top Ten Personal, which has now been written into Wikipedia as one of the Internet’s first article directories. Each article would list the top ten aspects … Continue reading

Seeing Auras

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            Throughout my life I have spoken with quite a few people who told me they can see auras, including my best friend in Houston.  To be honest, I was jealous.  I wanted to be able to see them.  For … Continue reading