The things for which we are grateful, are a helpful reminder to us in those darker moments that things can and are positive too.
Sharing our load with God helps; seeking his peace is good for our souls.
Our strength to endure obviously comes not from within us, but from someone who is at work in and through us.
The felt gap between ‘what is’ and ‘what should be’ is a powerful prompt to return to God and cherish the best parts of life—our relationships with others—over other idols.
Death for Ernest Hemingway was a release from the role that life seemed to have assigned to him.
We are just like candles, shining a light on a part of the world that the world often chooses to ignore.
Despair, distraction and compromise are three of them.
Every 40 seconds, one person commits suicide worldwide, the WHO reports. Christian psychiatrist Pablo Martínez analyses this difficult issue.
Man can proclaim the death of God but he cannot eliminate the 'thirst for God'. We find here the key answer to existential anxiety: our need for relationships is -and will always be- two-dimensional: with our fellow human beings, but also with our Creator.