Category Archives: Thomas Mitchinson

Pressured? Take a health break!

© GLOW IMAGES Is your job demanding?  Does the rush of meeting deadlines, solving problems and taking care of customers leave you feeling overwhelmed?  You may need a health break! Editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, Ariana Huffington, has been hyping … Continue reading

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Gratitude (and its health benefits) all year long

  Thanksgiving is over.  I hope yours was full of good food, laughter, family, friends, and especially gratitude.  After all, being thankful for our blessings is what Thanksgiving is all about. Now, before you hit the malls, and begin your … Continue reading

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How church can help you fight diabetes

      A recent pull-out section of the Naperville Sun (November 6, 2013) focused on diabetes.  A very interesting article on page 32 caught my attention.  It was entitled, “How you can fight diabetes in church”, and included many tips on … Continue reading

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Now that the bombers have been apprehended…..

“Will I ever feel as safe as I did (Monday morning),” Aurora resident Abby Omerza told the Naperville Sun this week.  “I don’t know”, she continued, “I’m sad for what we lost, and what everyone else lost.  I’m sad for … Continue reading

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Resurrecting our health

Easter is the most holy day in Christianity.  It speaks of faith, forgiveness, joy and love.  It also speaks about health – not only the health restored to viagra casera Jesus by God, as he rose out of the tomb … Continue reading

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What would you do if…

As the media representative for Christian Science in Illinois, much of my time is spent writing these blogs, and I love it.  I also submit them to various media outlets throughout the state.  Recently, my columns have been printed in … Continue reading

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Gimme a hug

Many of us are huggers.  I love to hug my wife, my children, my friends.  I love to hug those I see often and especially those I haven’t seen in a while.  Hugging seems more prevalent these days – my … Continue reading

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Persistence

  In his book, All by my selves, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham wrote this about his years of performing before becoming hugely successful: “Playing the road like this wasn’t any kind of glamorous life.  It was grueling, it was lonely, and … Continue reading

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Books

  Now that Christmas is over, many cialis for sale of us are reading. Books have always been a favorite gift of mine – both to give and to receive. After many travels to and through Springfield this year, and … Continue reading

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Be an angel

  One of my favorite Christmas stories is the one told about the woman who worked at the Big Wheel Truck Stop.  No one quite knows the origin or even authenticity of this story, but I find it very inspiring.  … Continue reading

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