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Monthly Archives: April 2013
Fear Is Nothing But Love Upside Down.
Fear is one of the greatest problems in life. A mind that is caught in fear lives in bewilderment, in disagreement, and therefore is violent, distorted and aggressive. This mind never ventures to move away from its own patterns of … Continue reading
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You Mirror What The World Mirrors To You.
Why has the mirror fascinated so many humans for thousands of years? Usually we only glance into a mirror while combing our hair. We don’t really look at ourselves that deeply; we tend to focus on only one aspect at … Continue reading
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When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Lemonade
The term “lemon” is most commonly used to describe a vehicle that is problematic. But real lemons are anything but problematic. Lemons are the symbol of the Mediterranean warmth and sun. Nevertheless, the lemon is believed to have Asian origins … Continue reading
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You Are More Beautiful Than You Think
For More…. Live and Learn. We All Do. Thanks for reading. Please share 🙂 Please don’t forget to leave a comment.
The True Cost Of Leaning In
BY HANNAH SELIGSON How much do you have to spend on household help to replace a traditional at-home mom—someone to do the schlepping, cooking, cleaning, child care, and laundry? About $96,261, according to Investopedia. In all of the voluminous ink that has … Continue reading
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Hunger Is The World’s Number 1 Health Risk
A calorie is a calorie is the truism that has been the foundation of nutritional wisdom and our beliefs about obesity since the 1960s. We get fat because we take in more calories than we expend; we get lean if … Continue reading
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Laundry Is No Longer Destiny Or Is It?
Can you imagine Life Without Laundry…? We have five people in our home: my husband and me, and my three children. If you add it up, that’s a lot of laundry. On most days, I find it rewarding to pull … Continue reading
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A Story About Science, Knowledge, Democracy and Freedom Of Choice
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Asia, Associated Press, barack obama, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Democracy, Erin Brockovich, Garfield, Individualism, List of Superfund sites in the United States, Middle East, New York University, Passaic River, scientists under attack, United States, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Voting, Web Design and Development, www.scientistsunderattack.com 2 Comments