“A happy people are a productive people”: How to live optimistically in a pessimistic time

Dr. Jim Denison: According to the Harvard Medical School, optimism helps reduce hypertension, protect against developing heart disease, lower respiratory tract infections, and benefit overall health.

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FGGAM photo of the duck pond at Mariposa Park in Taylor Ranch located in Albuquerque, NM.
Our pup Daisy passed away in October of 2023. Daisy is pictured here in one of our walks in Mariposa Park. She loved  lay in a puddle of water to cool off!! Memories forever!

Pastor Dewey Moede Note: Dogs make me and Sharon very happy. We miss our Daisy everyday! We love to visit all the dogs that as they walk with their owners at Mariposa Park here in Taylor Ranch. Sharon and I have a blast walking and visiting and watching the ducks! Watching and hearing God’s creation! We unplug from the world for a bit! NO NOTHING NOISE ALLOWED!

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Dr. Jim Denison

“This I know, that God is for me” (Psalm 56:9).

According to the Harvard Medical School, optimism helps reduce hypertension, protect against developing heart disease, lower respiratory tract infections, and benefit overall health.

How, then, can we live with optimism in days like these?

In his new book, The Search for Reagan: The Appealing Intellectual Conservatism of Ronald Reaganbiographer Craig Shirley explains the vision that empowered our fortieth president: The Rest of The Story Here

 

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