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NH Faith Fusion - Psychic Workshop
  • 10 Great Quotes to Help You Create Community

    We are constituted so that simple acts of kindness, such as giving to charity or expressing gratitude, have a positive effect on our long-term moods. The key to the happy life, it seems, is the good life: a life with sustained relationships, challenging work, and connections to community. - Paul Bloom When you invest your time, you make a goal and a decision of something that you want... Continue Reading!

  • Divine Nature – Heart, Logos and Creativity

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    The Divine Principle from a Unification Thought perspective: The Purpose of Creation In previous articles, I focused on different phrases that explain the First Great Blessing in the Divine Principle. They're important because these blessings are our keys to lead a fulfilling life. So we'd looked at the significance of our unique individuality: The key to God’s first blessing is the... Continue Reading!

  • The Search for Happiness

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    Recently my husband and I watched the movie, Hector and the Search for Happiness on Netflix. It's a fun and funny short flick (114 min.) about a British psychiatrist who realizes that he's not happy or fulfilled in his work, or life in general. As a matter of fact, he's not really sure of what it means to be happy, so he sets off in search of happiness. Plotting The Search He decides to take... Continue Reading!

  • Is Religion Passe?

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    Many people today say they are against organized religion, usually because they've had some kind of negative experience. Often young people view religion as being controlling, and once they've left the shelter of the home environment they flee the church as well. I recently watched a very insightful video on 100 Huntley Street that sheds some light on this phenomena. (Watch video... Continue Reading!

  • What does Sunday mean to you?

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    Some of us grew up in situations where Sunday was boring. Or Sunday was a sports rat race – that is increasingly common. Some of us grew up in homes where Sunday was just another day or worse still, Sunday was a disappointment, because it was supposed to be a family day, or a day off, but nothing ever happened because the family didn't do anything together. My memories of Sunday include doing... Continue Reading!