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A Better Future for Worksite and All Other Wellness Programming: Shifting the Focus from Health to Quality of Life

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Honest inquiry requires the kind of wellbeing skills not on offer under the now oxymoronic phrase worksite wellness

Introduction

Something's missing in worksite wellness and I think I know what it is. Wellness.

I Don't Believe Gods, I Don't Believe in Heaven But I Do Believe There Must Be a Hell for Lying Religious Zealots

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Don devotes his column this week to an FFRF account of devious Christian Right distortions Christians and others should know about.

The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) of which I am a proud member today released a commentary by one of its attorney, Andrew L. Seidel, that amounts to fact checking on the Liberty Institute. It was entitled "Liberty Institute Awards FFRF a 'Blue Ribbon'

Keeping Things in Perspective: You Are Insignificant But Spectacular in a Fashion

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Appreciate your insignificance and you will be more likely to get what little happiness you can in this small world.

 
You probably remember reading that our sun is 10,000 times the size of the earth. No wonder the ancient Egyptians worshiped RA, the sun god. I can relate—of all the gods still out there, RA seems to shine brightest. (Yes, of course pun intended.)

Keeping Things in Perspective: You Are Insignificant But Spectacular in a Fashio

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Appreciate your insignificance and you will be more likely to get what little happiness you can.

 
You probably remember reading that our sun is 10,000 times the size of the earth. No wonder the ancient Egyptians worshiped RA, the sun god. I can relate—of all the gods still out there, RA seems to shine brightest. (Yes, of course pun intended.)

A REAL Wellness Self Assessment for Spa Employees

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This is a handout of a self-assessment for participants in a workshop for spa leaders I ran for spa leaders in Germany.

                  INTERNATIONAL WELLNESS & SPA CONFERENCE 2015
                                25th Anniversary of Wellness in Germany
                                    & the German Wellness Association

                REAL Wellness: A Golden Opportunity for Reinventing

A few Answers to Life's Persistent Questions - About Wellness

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What are the better questions I get about wellness? Here are eight zingers. Enjoy.

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The Godfather of Wellness: Halbert L. Dunn, MD

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Who was the man who coined the phrase "high level wellness?" Read on and find out.

How to Live Well and Die Healthy: Follow the WO Way to Wellness

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Don's new book, written w/ philosopher/comedian and golf professional Grant Donovan, will guide you to a happy life now and a merry death much later.

I'm pleased to announce that my newest opus, Wellness Orgasms: The Fun Way to Live Well and Die Healthy, co-authored with Australian Grant Donovan, has arrived. Copies were sent a few days ago to a select group of feared critics and, just hours after delivery, the first reviews came in. Not bad. Here's a sampling, with full names withheld to safeguard their job security:

Freedom of Speech Is A REAL Wellness issue: Let's All Be More Charlie Hebdo-Like

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How outraged were you by the Islamist terror murders in France designed to punish speech the fanatics found offensive?

Funny thing about satire. And the funny thing I refer to, of course, is humor. Humor is the most potent weapon against extremism because extremists hate to be ridiculed. They love to be opposed - opposition is what defines them - but they HATE to be ridiculed.

Any Guesses About the Noblest Work of Man? Ingersoll Believed It to be "An Honest God"

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Ingersoll lived during the Golden Age of Freethought and noted for his broad range of culture and his love of liberty and promotion of happiness.

Introduction: The Noblest Work of Man

One of the great American orator Robert Green Ingersoll's (1833-1899) most popular lectures was entitled The Gods, first delivered in 1872. It was a spellbinder, holding audiences in rapt attention, despite its length (16,767 words!), breath and complexity.



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