About L. Kelly White
L. Kelly White has a background in education and is a life long student of Christian Science. An avid gardener, she devotes most of her time to actively supporting others in their search for healing through prayer.
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Dear Readers, This is a great piece on forgiveness by a colleague in Massachusetts. Posted on July 16, 2012 by Ingrid Peschke Ingrid is a health blogger, legislative liaison for Christian Science and spirituality in Massachusetts, and a Christian Science practitioner. How much … Continue reading
A Guest Blog By Cynthia P. Barnett · Comments (0) Are you in a caring relationship? I don’t mean with a spouse, parent, child, or friend. I mean with your health care provider. Does your doctor care–really care? And if not, does it … Continue reading
This past week I listened to a great radio talk show, hosted by Elaine Baumgartel, on NM’s public radio station KUNM. The focus of the KUNM Call In Show was, generally speaking, the status of the field of “mind-body” medicine and the role … Continue reading
Dear Readers, enjoy this refreshing piece on how each of us can help someone find a new lease on life – from my colleague in Texas. It was 3:30 in the afternoon. A squirrel rested, unaware he was about to be an … Continue reading
Enjoy this recent piece by my colleague in Southern California. Integrative Medicine and Dr. Andrew Weil § December 8th, 2011 § Filed under Notes from Don Ingwerson § Tagged Don Ingwerson, Dr. Andrew Weil, gratitude, healing, health care Leave a … Continue reading
As you know from a couple of my recent blogs, which ended in “Go Sox,” I am a Red Sox fan. This comes from having lived in Bostonfor a few years when I was working for The Christian Science … Continue reading
Only a few days after 9/11 I needed to get on a plane and go somewhere to take care of business in a distant city. I did a lot of that in 2011 both before and after 9/11. The … Continue reading
Dear Readers, as the beloved Norwegians begin the process of burying those who were killed recently, I wanted to write something. But, this blog by my colleague in Texas left me thinking “I can’t say it any better.” Every needless … Continue reading