This Tuesday (June 17th) the call-in discussion group will be discussing “Eric's Journey - 9” and “Walt's Journey - 9” in God Does Not Want You to Be in Pain by forum members Eric "Herbie" Watson and Walt Oleksy. The recorded discussion will start at 9:00pm Eastern Time. Phone lines will open about half an hour early for folks to talk beforehand (not recorded). Connection details are as follows: If you're connecting by phone, dial 1 201-479-4595 and when prompted enter the pin code 18311499 followed by the pound symbol. If you're connecting via your computer (Fuze Meeting), go to http://fuze.me/18311499 and follow the instructions from there. Connecting via computer gives you access to a chat room and lets you watch webcams of the hosts. For more information, visit www.tmswiki.org/ppd/connect If there are specific topics that you would like us to be sure to emphasize or bring up, let us know by posting below. We welcome your feedback on how to improve these discussions. What do you like? What needs improvement? Share your thoughts (anonymously) at http://go.tmswiki.org/podcastfeedback . For more information about the discussion group, and to listen to all past recorded discussions, visitwww.tmswiki.org/ppd/Call-In_Peer_Discussion_Group. In "Miracles in My Life," Eric talks about the various powerful healing experiences he found through faith and community. He then brings it back to the universal TMS themes of belief, acceptance, patience, and of course, faith. He closes by saying that TMS healing can occur with or without the spiritual element, but adds that including it could help. Walt's chapter, "The 'End Game,'" tackles the topic of mortality: the stress brought about from worrying about it, and ultimately making peace with it as a part of life. Like many of his other chapters, Walt approaches the subject primarily by journaling about his own feelings around mortality, and how he found acceptance and peace around it. Walt also shares a number of quotes on the subject from famous individuals, including Mozart, Woody Allen, Albert Einstein, Socrates, Groucho Marx, J.K. Rowling, and C.S. Lewis. Walt concludes his chapter with comforting, soothing thoughts around mortality from Billy Graham, who says, "it's going to turn out all right."