Monthly Archives: March 2013

We Live And We Learn, We Love Then We Die


If you had a time machine, would you travel into the future to see what’s in store for you 10, 20 or 30 years from now? Or would you rather travel back in time, perhaps right after college graduation, to … Continue reading

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The Human Body Is Worth Less Than $5.00?


Are minerals important? Two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling thought so: “You can trace every sickness, every disease, every ailment to mineral deficiency.” Adequate mineral content is undoubtedly a vital component for the body’s constant effort to operate all its … Continue reading

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Eliminating Copper Toxicity Often Results In An Increase In Awareness.


Since ancient times copper has been known as the great healing and sacred metal. Throughout history, healers have understood the value of copper in obtaining and maintaining optimum health. Whether topically applied or ingested, many forms of copper and copper … Continue reading

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A Banana Is Not Just A Banana.


It is humanity’s oldest story. There’s probably not a single person you know who isn’t familiar with it.  The odds, however, are also good that nobody-not you, me, or perhaps even the local pastor has gotten it right. The apple … Continue reading

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Feelings Of Humiliation Can Represent The Nuclear Bombs Of Emotions


Dignity.  Everybody wants it, craves it, seeks it. Isn’t that what everybody really wants? You, me, your parents, your children, your friends, your colleagues at work. The homeless person in the park, the elderly in nursing homes; students, teachers, principals; … Continue reading

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Even Cows Don’t Like Daylight Saving Time


And, any parent will tell you — babies don’t quite get it either. “Six hours’ sleep for a man, seven for a woman, and eight for a fool,” Napoleon famously prescribed.  (He would have scoffed at Einstein, then, who was … Continue reading

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How Standardization Killed Our Hopes for Let’s Move


In his State of the Union, the President made it clear that the most important contest this country faces today is not between Democrats and Republicans, but with competitors around the world for the jobs and industries of our time.  … Continue reading

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