Weekly Words of Wellness

February 05, 2016 | By the Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner

"Irrational Beliefs"

Irrational beliefs are harmless, even funny at times. Except when they are not. This past week our country engaged in the fun and harmless belief that a rodent, a groundhog in particular, can either see its shadow or not see its shadow and thus can accurately predict how much longer winter will last. This Sunday, hundreds of millions of...

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