Monday, March 16, 2009

Good News From Mary March 16, 2009

Feelings: Foes or Friends?

The myth that emotions are unreliable and even dangerous has led far too many Christians to suppress or ignore their feelings. But a life stripped of emotions leads only to a deadened faith that’s little more than fulfilling duties.

God created feelings to work together with thoughts and help lead you to the truth. Feelings are gifts meant to help drive you to become your best.

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Long-sought food labeling law takes effect today

Shoppers will have more information about where their food comes from under a new policy starting today.

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A Call To Share Our Abundance

At 66, Connie Neuman is doing okay financially. So when she found out a friend was out of work, she offered to send her $40 every month.

The friend, also 66, lost her long-established bookstore. Like so many other small businesses across the country, the store went out of business.

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Five ways to boost your metabolism

"Metabolism" is the name of the bodily system that converts food calories to energy needed to perform various tasks, like pumping oxygen to muscles during a long walk. Many variables contribute to your metabolism, including heredity, gender and age. But you can quicken yours; here's how.

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'Dream come true' for Flyers (For my husband, the UD grad)

London Warren hasn't backed down from a challenge all season, but he tried to get out of a weighty responsibility that Dayton coach Brian Gregory put on him Sunday, March 15.

With Flyer fans invited to watch the NCAA Selection Show with the team at the Frericks Center, Gregory asked his junior point guard to make some remarks to the crowd after the team learned whether it had made the field.

"Coach looked at me and said, 'London, I want you to go up there and say something,' " Warren recalled. "I said, 'Coach, I'm going to be crying one way or another.' And he said, 'London, you earned (those tears).' "

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