Category Archives: Thomas Mitchison

Experiencing harmony as a healing power

For millennia, music has brought comfort and healing into individual’s lives.  David played his harp to bring relief to King Saul thousands of years ago, and his psalms are still read and recited today in many settings as a way … Continue reading

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“Who’s in your corner?”

    “I’m in your corner” is a phrase I often tell my adult children when they face tough decisions.  I just want them to know that they are not alone.  I may not be with them personally at the time, but … Continue reading

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Give someone a hug today!

  “Don’t bug me, hug me!” the bumper sticker said. Family therapist, Virginia Satir, used to say, “We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need twelve hugs a day for … Continue reading

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Silent night, but not lonely nights

       For some, this may be a sad holiday season.  Maybe a loved one has died this past year or is serving far away in the military.  In some families, distance is too great to be together.  Painful memories … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season to feel stress?

     Many people love this time of year.  They love the lights, the carols, the friendliness.  But some feel only stress – financial stress, with its over-spending and credit card abuse or feelings of too much to do – from … Continue reading

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Praying after the Blagojevich Sentencing

         In the days to come, voters and public officials will turn away from the news coverage about the trial and sentencing of former Governor Rod Blagojevich, and ask themselves what lessons have been learned.   After all, this … Continue reading

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Happy Thanks-living!

          Thanksgiving Day is a wonderful tradition in the United States.  It is a time to gather with family and friends, and tell them how much they mean to you.  It’s a time for going to church and … Continue reading

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The Bible – a health book

       According to the American Bible Society, this is National Bible Week.  As the ABS reports, “Our goal is to raise awareness of the Bible’s importance and relevance to our nation as a whole, as well as in the … Continue reading

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      Psalm 91 and protection all day long  Photo by searocket      It is my pleasure to share with readers of this blog more insights into Psalm 91.  Many people have found this Psalm a very effective prayer, in … Continue reading

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Statistics

       Some very interesting statistics came across my desk the other day.  I found a study from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.  Can you guess what percentage of Americans pray each day?  It stated that 58% … Continue reading

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