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Let’s Pray: I Refuse To Worry

Let’s Pray: I Refuse To Worry

Posted on 03 February 2013 by Rev. Sonia Echezuria

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Through my blog, Let’s Pray today I share with you the prayer “I refuse to worry.”

This brief yet powerful prayer has been a partner of many years. It comes to my rescue when doubt and fear invade me.

Thank you for giving the gift of your attention.

Namaste!
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Get it?

Get it?

Posted on 21 May 2011 by Rev. Sonia Echezuria

Think about this… We assumed with relative naturalness that coming from different geographic backgrounds and cultures we all developed different languages. Nevertheless, in the religious field, many have chosen to believe that their way of worshiping God is the right and only valid way for all humanity.
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bad-hair-day

Sweet & Short… Re-felt Anger!

Posted on 21 May 2011 by Rev. Sonia Echezuria

Around 35 years ago, your best friend made fun of you in front of your classmates simply because you were having an extremely bad hair day. Till these days you:

a) Wish her death.

b) Cry every time you remember that nightmare.

c) Pretend you don’t care but, since then, very carefully, you monitor your hairstyle to make sure every hair is in the right place.

d) Hardly think about it. That was the last time you cared about her. Her cruelty ruined your friendship -and your self esteem.

e) Any and all of the above.
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science-and-spirituality

Transforming Compassion in Science and Religion

Posted on 20 May 2011 by Rev. Sonia Echezuria


 

 

“Science without religion is lame,

religion without science is blind.”

– Albert Einstein

Dopamine is part of a reward system that is important in human and animal behavior, and dopamine levels are elevated in the brain when we experience pleasure or well being. Pleasure is associated both with the anticipation of activities essential to survival—for example, eating and sex—and with the activities themselves.
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