Alone With God by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on January 20, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

There’s a common malady running rampant in the 21st century that might be called the “rushing syndrome.” We rush to work…we rush home…we even rush to stop rushing. But we don’t stop until we have a full-blown case of physical and mental exhaustion – the rushing syndrome. Something is wrong and we know it. The symptoms are a sense of futility and dissatisfaction, worry and fatigue due to overwork in trying to get somewhere fast without a clear set of directions. The person who has the malady knows he wants to go somewhere, to make a constructive contribution to life, but he’s so busy rushing that he doesn’t take the time to evaluate his progress.

Simplfy Your Life by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on January 13, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

“I want to simplify my life.” How many of us have said those very words? Most of us would do well to work at uncomplicating, throwing things out, discarding parts of us that need to be discarded.

Our Constant Companion by Dr. Arthur Caliandro
Posted on January 6, 2008 by Arthur Caliandro

There is a request I frequently receive that goes like this, "Arthur, I have an important meeting tomorrow morning at 10:00. It’s a big one, and I’m worried about it. Will you pray for me?"