Meaning in Life Questionnaire The “Will to Meaning” or desire to find meaning in life is, according to the late Viktor Frankl, essential and necessary for human happiness. Frankl was the founder of the existential therapy known as Logotherapy. In short, a human life is incomplete without meaning. No matter what else a person has…

The philosopher Nietzsche famously said, “[h]e who has a why to live can bear almost any how.”  Today, we see a growing sense of unhappiness, boredom, depression, loneliness and, increasingly, suicide.  Several research studies showed a connection between retirement and early death. Many parents, especially the stay-at-home parent, suffer depression when their children leave home…

There’s a saying, “when you know better, you do better.” I’ve found in my personal and professional experience, that although well-intentioned, that’s not necessarily true. In fact, it’s been closer to an experience of frustration and discouragement that after incredible training, vast amounts of enthusiastic digging and passionate reading and research, although I “should” be…

A few years ago while serving as a Chaplain resident, I was called to the room of a patient who was actively dying. Even though I was well into my second year of CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education), I still felt a wave of sadness overtake me as I proceeded to be with the family of…

Open Letter To Kim Kardashian – Psoriasis Can Be Healed Dear Kim Kardashian: The headline by EXTRA – CELEBRITY NEWS  August 31, 2016  “Reality star Kim Kardashian says she has learned to live with her psoriasis and is no longer trying to cover it up,” prompted me to write to you. To your embarrassment and…

Did you know there is no law that says you are required to use Western Medicine—sickness care. You need to put yourself in a position to avoid the U.S. Oligarchy’s sickness care.  Thousands of people have health care that doesn’t require prescriptions, slashing/burning and body parts cut out. Every diagnosis from A to Z—Abdominal Pain…

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