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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
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged All American, ancient egypt, Arab, California Lemons, Celebrity Health, China, Citrus, Cleansing, Detox, education, egypt, environment, happiness, healing, health, Hellenics, human, humanity, india, Ion, Lemon, Lemon Appeal, Lemon Water, Lemonade, life, make lemonade, medicine, Mediterranean, Mediterranean Sea, muslim, nature, Negative Ions, philosophy, Revitalizing, Science, Skin, The Lemon Tree, United States, wealth, wellness, When Life hands you lemons 4 Comments
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
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged ancient egypt, Catharine Beecher, education, egypt, France, health, Himalayas, india, International Women's Day, Laundry, learn, life, Mark Twain, motherhood, Mothers, Nile, society, Soil, United States, Vatican, Wash load, Washing machine, World War 1 2 Comments
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
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged africa, Banana, Banana Wars, Berlin Wall, Boston Fruit Company, Cape Cod, Carribean, Cavendish, Earth University Foundation, education, enlightenment, environment, food, Garden of Eden, Global, healing, health, human, humanity, india, International Law, life, love, medicine, nature, Plantain, Science, South Asia, The Guardian, United States, Western world, women 1 Comment
Jack Was Right, “There Is Magic In Those Beans”.
You may be familiar with your grandmother recommending castor oil for constipation. However, the unique, healing benefits of castor oil reach into far more categories. Castor oil has a long history of traditional medical use dating back to Ancient Egypt. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged ancient egypt, Castor oil, Castor oil plant, Edgar Cayce, education, egypt, enlightenment, environment, Free, god, health, human, humanity, india, Kerala, medicine, nature, Science, Ted Talks, The Health Ranger, The Miracle Tree, The Moringa Tree, universal, wellness 4 Comments
A Brave New World, A World Without Rape
In India, a 23-year-old student takes a bus home from a movie and is gang-raped and assaulted so viciously that she dies two weeks later. In Liberia, in West Africa, an aid group called More Than Me rescues a 10-year-old … Continue reading
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Love Is Blind; Friendship Closes Its Eyes…
EYES ARE THE MIRROR (MIRRORS) OF THE SOUL — “A person’s thoughts can be ascertained by looking in his or her eyes. The proverb has been traced back in English to ‘Regiment of Life’ . But the proverb was known … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged ancient egypt, children, consciousness, education, environment, Eye, Eyes as window of the soul, Gerald Massey, god, healing, health, human, india, love, medicine, Moody's Science Institute, nature, Ophthalmology, Psychic, Science, Sight, Ted Talks, United States, universal, Visual perception, youtube 11 Comments
Eat, Pray, Love
I don’t know if you read the book. I didn’t have a chance to. However, as dis-similar a movie might be to the book I did have a chance to see the movie and the interviews following the book Eat, … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged children, eat, eat pray love, egypt, fancy food, feminine mystique, health, india, kids, love, mental-health, mom, motherhood, pray, pray love, the feminine mystique, the pusuit of happyness, the unknown, Travel, vacation 1 Comment