Giving

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Giving Spontaneously.

Giving Spontaneously.

If allowed

Compassion springs from the fullness of the heart

If allowed

God inspires the soul to share the inner abundance

If allowed

Sharing comes naturally within to take a humble part

If allowed

He gives opportunities of synchronicity to further enhance

If allowed

He makes the giving a gift to the one who is ready to start

If allowed  

Time flies flowing like a river rushing to the sea given a chance

If allowed

Our nature is imbued with love and compassion cupids dart

If allowed

We are all angels and our spirits are fully and marvelously enchanted.

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Karma – What goes around comes around

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Hi folks,

KARMA – that word conjures up various feelings of either angst or joy; i.e. 

have I lived and done the right thing? or…….ok, perhaps the reason I didn’t get the promotion, was due to me being mean to the new girl?…or..

I’ve really tried and loved and given, so life will take care of me….

and then there are the religious views that go something like this;

KARMA – evil! what rubbish. From the devil himself. There is no such thing! Jesus forgives all of our sins if we believe in him. So, …..you get the gist of what I’m saying…..

Ultimately my friends, it means ‘what goes around, comes around, or…

if you are of a religious persuasion, ‘you reap what you sow’...

it really is quite a lovely way to keep love in the forefront of our minds. To remember that what we…

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Enchanting

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Beautiful Work

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The Sea Enchants Me.

The Sea Enchants Me. Thanks to dollarphotoclub.

Many beautiful things enchant me 

In this circular world of ours

With her forests, deserts and her seas

I wish that I could see it all before

 

We destroy it’s loveliness wantonly

  Stalwart mountains to the crystal shores

Deserts of detachment for miles we see

Empassioned rivers rushing home for evermore

 

Creatures wandering in search mystically

Seeking new vistas and caves just to explore

O if I could run with them just to take a peek

I would howl at the top of my lungs hearing for sure

 

When I am out among them I wish for more ecstaticly

Enchanting me much further than a materialistic store

 Tokens of rocks, feathers and blooms respectfully

Pleasing me to my inner sanctified core.

 

 

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Research Reveals How Sugar CAUSES Cancer

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A post well worth reading.
#sugar #diet #cancer

Originally posted on Deus Nexus:

Reposted from: GreenMedInfo | by Sayer Ji, Founder

sugarThe average American consumes their body weight annually in this cancer-causing substance, and yet hospitals freely feed it to their cancer patients, oblivious to the harm it does.

Hospitals feed cancer patients sugar and high carbohydrate diets for a reason: they are abysmally ignorant of the role of nutrition in health and disease — hence their burgeoning growth and packed rooms.

Even though the science itself shows – at least since the mid-20’s with Otto Warburg’s cancer hypothesis — that tumors prefer to utilize sugar fermentation to produce energy rather than the much more efficient oxygen-based phosphorylation* – hospitals have actually invited corporations likeMcDonald’s to move into their facilities  to ‘enhance’ their patient’s gustatory experience, presumably to provide comfort and take the edge off of the painful surgery, radiation and chemo treatments erroneously proffered to them as the…

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SCIENTISTS DISCOVER AREA OF BRAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR EXERCISE MOTIVATION

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Scientists at Seattle Children’s Research Institute have discovered an area of the brain that could control a person’s motivation to exercise and participate in other rewarding activities – potentially leading to improved treatments for depression.

Dr. Eric Turner, a principal investigator in Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Center for Integrative Brain Research, together with lead author Dr. Yun-Wei (Toni) Hsu, have discovered that a tiny region of the brain – the dorsal medial habenula – controls the desire to exercise in mice. The structure of the habenula is similar in humans and rodents and these basic functions in mood regulation and motivation are likely to be the same across species.

Exercise is one of the most effective non-pharmacological therapies for depression. Determining that such a specific area of the brain may be responsible for motivation to exercise could help researchers develop more targeted, effective treatments for depression.

“Changes in…

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