Spirit of Change - January-February 2002

Rhythms of Our Lives

The winter of 1001-02 was undoubtedly not an easy one for the forebears of the Nipmucs and Narragansett people who inhabited the shores of Lake Waushacum and fished the banks of the Nashoba, Blackstone, Quinapoxet and other southern New England rivers.

Healthy Winter Recipes

Ah, winter! The season of crisp, cold, freshly fallen snow, crackling wood fires and sparkling icicles. It's pure Currier and Ives. Nothing says "home" quite like winter in New England.

Operation Terra: Restoration Of Planet Earth

In addition to the overwhelming losses of life, property and security sustained through the shattering world events of September 11, 2001, many have also described the attacks on the United States as a wake up call to all of humanity.

Dear Louise - January 2002

Louise L. Hay is a metaphysical teacher and the bestselling author of 27 books, including You Can Heal Your Life, Empowering Women, and Letters to Louise...

Gaia In Our Hearts

Free of birth or destruction, of time or space, of form or condition, is the Void. From the eternal Void, Gaia danced forth and rolled Herself into a spinning ball. She molded mountains along Her spine, valleys in the hollows of Her flesh...

Premarin Foal Rescue

Like many young girls fourteen-years-old, Cory Lester adores horses. She started saving up her pennies and dimes for one when she was four, and two years ago bought a bay thoroughbred cross named Rosie, competing with her in dressage and quadrille shows.

September 11: Amazing Grace in Gander

This is kind of a long-ish story, but worth reading. It's about how the town of Gander (pop.10,400) in Newfoundland took care of the almost 10,000 passengers stranded after the attacks. It was written by a flight attendant on a Delta Flight.

September 11: Fierce Grace

A 63-year-old man, seemingly in vibrant health, was struck one morning by a massive stroke. He had been a writer and a public speaker, and in the aftermath of his stroke, he found that searching for the right words was like rambling around a large closet looking for a sweater tossed in the corner.

Walking: Primordial Rediscovery

The experience of walking is primordial. All land-based creatures, great and small, do it. Humans have been relying on this primary activity of daily life for as long as we have been around.