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A Six Year Old Answers Life’s Hardest Questions

A Six Year Old Answers Life’s Hardest Questions

I decided to ask a six year old some of life’s hardest questions and had some very interesting responses.  These answers are definitely not text book, but some lead one to contemplate what you think you know about life. Q -Where do you think we came from? A- God. Q- What’s God? A- God is […]

Is Halloween Religious? School Ban Says So

Is Halloween Religious? School Ban Says So

Here it comes again, that time of year. Time to put out the cobwebs, stuff sheets and hang them from tree branches and prop up gravestones in the yard. Halloween is a favorite holiday for many people inspiring scary costumes and creative ones alike. But is Halloween religious? According to one school in Pennsylvania it […]

Why a Good Cry Is Healthy

Why a Good Cry Is Healthy

All that pent up emotion, anger, rage, worry, even the joy gone fully unexpressed has to burst sometime – right?  Though society doesn’t necessarily look positively at crying there are plenty of reasons why having a good cry from time to time is actually very healthy. Think of tears as detoxifiers.  The amazing thing about […]

Drinking for Longevity

Drinking for Longevity

Are you familiar with Chi (Qi)? Chi is what the Chinese name the life-force essence in the body- which is stimulated through various martial arts and through acupuncture. In yoga, this same energy is called Prana and in yogic practices, various postures and visualizations trigger an increase in the flow of prana. Breath work can […]

Food to Evolve Consciousness

Food to Evolve Consciousness

What is consciousness?  Some explain it as simply the act of being cognant, which really means to be “hip, aware or wise to one’s situation.”  The process of evolving consciousness considers the notion that one can be less aware of their current state of being and what is going on around them and then evolve […]

The Internet – Gateway to Telepathy and Cosmic Mind

The Internet – Gateway to Telepathy and Cosmic Mind

What is technology anyway? Eternal projections of inner wisdom manifested in the field of physical matter for every human to utilize and enjoy as needed.  As technology advances it signifies the awareness of what is possible in this realm as well as reflects more deeply what could be accomplished on the internal plane as well. […]

Food May Not Influence Health as Previously Believed

Food May Not Influence Health as Previously Believed

What’s your favorite food?  A nice fresh garden green salad? Thai curry?  Fresh Barbecued Ribs straight off the grill?  How about hot apple pie made from fruit picked fresh off the tree? Or Japanese seared Ahi tuna with cracked black pepper ?  Whatever your favorite food is, we all have them and we all judge […]

Numbers Are Against Getting Breast Cancer

Numbers Are Against Getting Breast Cancer

Congratulations! If you are a woman, you are most likely going to go your whole life without ever getting breast cancer. That’s right; seven out of eight women will never get breast cancer according to national statistics. That means 88% of women can relax and probably influence the other possible 12% to reduce their stress […]

Postpartum Bliss Happening Everywhere

Postpartum Bliss Happening Everywhere

As news focuses on a woman in D.C. and whether or not she had postpartum depression, I choose to turn attention to the postpartum bliss that happens to women having babies everyday around the world.  That’s right.  Women are having babies right now, yesterday, the day before, the day before that, last week and last […]

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    School administrators in the northern part of Colorado are telling parents to please take better care of their newly legal leisure marijuana. This is after several fourth grade students were caught selling the drug on their elementary school playground. John Gates, who is the administrator of safety at the Weld County School District, stated that […]
    Kimberly Ruble
  • Rubin “Hurricane” Carter KO’s Last Opponent: Injustice! April 25, 2014
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    Dyanne Weiss
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    An Orange County Unified School District bus carrying schoolchildren crashed near the Anaheim Hills Golf course in California injuring 12 people. Six people were hospitalized including the 24-year-old male driver and five students from the seventh and eighth grades. The driver, who had to be pulled from the wrecked vehicle remains in critical condition and t
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