“Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also,” says the Gospel of Matthew. It could do some good to reflect whether we put our time and energy into what is most precious to us. Do possessions or people take priority? How much do we value the time spent with those we care about? Do material gifts or experiences matter more? Some expenses are for necessities, but how do we spend our extra income? This time of year can be a good chance to reflect on whether we think our priorities are in the right place and make adjustments if necessary.
Gaining inner strength is a skill that can indeed be learned
A young couple based their decision on what’s valuable rather than on society’s expectations
A peace of my mind book and photo exhibit aims to help heal polarization
A difficult situation with my granddaughter
Living City celebrates its 50th anniversary with a panel on media and social responsibility