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Food for the body, nourishment for the soul

February 23, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  Almost every day, there is a new article or news item about food. Every day we pick and choose what we want to eat, whether or not it fits into someone else’s idea of a balanced diet. We read about superfoods, whole foods, organic foods, genetically engineered food, packaged food — […]

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You have the power to change

February 23, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  As humans, we are both burdened and blessed by the great responsibility of free will — the power of choice. In large part, our future is determined by the choices we make now. In fact, we live and die by the choices we make. And never in the history of mankind […]

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Seeds of Change

February 23, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  A profound shift is taking place on planet Earth and it is unlike anything that has ever occurred before. This shift is one from scarcity to abundance, from oppression to freedom and, in psychological terms, from fear to a more loving and fulfilling life for many people. This article seeks to […]

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Cultivating resilience

February 23, 2012

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by Ada Porat —  How resilient are you? Resilience is defined as the ability to return to your original form after being bent, stretched or compressed. It is the ability to readily recover from illness or adversity. Life’s setbacks and disasters often arrive without prior warning. And while we may not have a choice as […]

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Moving from absorber to observer

February 23, 2012

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by Sherry Anshara — You have certainly heard of vampires. They drain your blood and suck the life out of you. So, are there really vampires or are these blood-suckers masquerading as people in your life? If the second answer is yes, then ask yourself why you have invited them in to drain the life […]

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