No one is immune

Final Gifts by Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley “A terminal illness doesn’t belong only to the one who is sick—it affects family members, friends, neighbors, coworkers. Not unlike a still pond disturbed by a falling stone, an impending death sends ripples through all the relationships in the life of the dying. Each person involved has his…

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Jung

If “feelings,” “emotions,” and “intuition” guide your life and life’s decisions, then you are a Jungian–a gnostic–and part of a cult. You are not Orthodox Christian. Second only to Julian the Apostate, Jung is probably the most successful pagan prophet in the last 2,000 years. Jung is a very similar figure; he was a polytheist….

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