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|Why Aren't Bahá'ís Vegetarian ?|
Cheryll Schuette, BellaOnline's Baha'i Editor
Some believers may indeed be vegetarian, but that is a personal choice and not a religious law.
Sunnie Jackson, BellaOnline's Bible Basics Editor
Do you ever think about what people see when they look at you? This article will give you an insight regarding your spiritual mirror and how it is reflected outwardly.
|The Ten Buddhist Perfections|
Lisa Erickson, BellaOnline's Buddhism Editor
The paramitas, or perfections, in Buddhism are a set of virtues that aspirants cultivate as part of their path. Cultivating these virtues is seen to purify karma, and clear away hindrances to enlightenment.
Melissa Knoblett-Aman, BellaOnline's Catholicism Editor
Frequently asked questions about the Lenten Season.
|Clairvoyance, Seers The Truth|
Karen Elleise, BellaOnline's Clairvoyance Editor
Have you ever had a plaguing feeling, premonition or simply something far to uncanny to deny no matter how hard you try? Chances are you've tapped into one of the many layers of the "Unknown" A.K.A Physics!
|Dirty Fat Pigs Dream Interpretation|
Lori Phillips, BellaOnline's Dreams Editor
A daughter dreams that she and her mother walk by a large pen of fat, muddy pigs with enormous nostrils. What does this strange dream mean?
|Strengthening the Family through Faith|
C.S. Bezas, BellaOnline's LDS Editor
Families are struggling, whether financially or in any other regard. Read how faith can help your family not just survive, but actually find joy.
|Ethics Virtues Meditation and Spiritual Growth|
Susan Helene Kramer, BellaOnline's Meditation Editor
To progress towards self-realization requires an ethical basis, built upon with virtuous living, and the crowning glory of deep meditation.
|The Goddess and the Thief by Essie Fox|
Lauren D´Silva, BellaOnline's New Age Editor
The Goddess and the Thief is the most enthralling novel I have read for a long time. The themes of clairvoyance, a famously cursed jewel and Hindu gods and goddesses are interwoven beautifully in a plot set in Victorian England against a backdrop of Colonial India.
|Mary King’s Close in Edinburgh|
Deena Budd, BellaOnline's Paranormal Editor
. Stories and tales of hauntings and ghosts in the old Mary King Close have been told since about 40 years after the last plague outbreak in Edinburgh.
|Is There Anything To Forgive|
Tracy Webb, BellaOnline's Philosophy Editor
Forgiveness is generally thought of something we do when accepting a perceived injustice, however maybe it is gratitude that is more appropriate
|Radiant Wisdom Tarot Review|
Christin Sander, BellaOnline's Tarot Editor
A review of the Radiant Wisdom Tarot by Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni
|Reaping The Last Stalks at Lammas|
Ro Longstreet, BellaOnline's Wicca Editor
Lammas is the harvest festival that occurs on August 1. It is the First Harvest, which focuses on wheat, barley, maize, and other cereal crops. Arguably the most significant part of the Lammas festival is the reaping of the last stalks in the fields, which are made into the corn dolly.
E D I T O R R E C O M M E N D E D |
Spiritual Memoirs of a Catholic Priest, By Edward L. Beck. Each chapter contains a scripture passage and personal tales revealing God’s presence in everyday life. Fr. Beck is a member of the Passionist community and travels throughout the country preaching and organizing retreats. I highly recommend this wonderful book and have personally attended several of Fr. Beck’s inspiring parish missions.
"No Eyes", a very wise, very insightful Shaman Indian takes Mary Summer Rain on a rare journey into the future where warnings of upheavals and challenges are gently yet thoroughly revealed out of love and preservation for her beloved Mother Earth.