As more and more residents have smart phones and tablets, it will be easier to communicate to each other and stay away from isolation which is said to be more damaging to humans than smoking 15 cigarettes per day.
As we begin to welcome more than fifty new campus residents as the patio homes move ins occur over the next few months, I encourage you to extend that special Beatitudes welcome to help them discover these treasures of the campus.
Today there are still shipwrecks on Malta, occurring often as refugees risk a crossing of the Mediterranean in vessels woefully inadequate for that task.
The next Town Hall will be at 2:00PM in the Life Center on Wednesday, March 4th. See you there!
More than one in three adults has some form of cardiovascular disease. The good news is 80 percent of heart disease and stroke can be prevented.
Our campus has many wonderful gems that may go undetected depending upon your daily path.
As we enter this New Year, it almost begs us to see more clearly. I feel a sense of urgency to get things in order and set my intentions for the year and decade ahead.
Finding consensus and compromise around a contentious issue, and then moving forward in agreement and harmony is both a skill and an art.
Have you ever stepped in dog poop? It’s a horrible, squishy sensation, typically accompanied by malodors and great difficulty to clean one’s shoe.
Last night my wife and I were preparing to pack away the Christmas decorations for another year, and once again we were completely baffled as to how we were supposed to fit a large sprawling tree into such a seemingly small box.
Lifestyle practices and pain management strategies, such as exercise, postural adjustments, meditation and relaxation techniques, stretching, and modalities like heat and ice, have all been shown to reduce pain and improve one’s ability to comfortably participate in daily activities.
As we approach the New Year, much of what we see and hear on the media is looking back on what was the best of the year 2019 and what …
The holidays can be a tough time of year. If they are for you, please know you aren’t alone. The holidays can be a particularly stressful time. In a blog …
Tickets for this event will be available at the Transportation office or by calling x12905. The cost for each ticket will be $3.50 that will be billed to your account.
It is dark out there! Have you noticed? This is the time of year when daylight is scarce and the nighttime hours dominate.
Our Joys of Christmas celebration will take place on Sunday, December 15th at 3:00PM in the Life Center.
Gratitude magnifies our experience of the good things in life, enabling us to enjoy them more fully.
In reflecting on the Thanksgiving holiday this week, I was reminded of the attitude of gratitude shown by a former resident a few years back.