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The Power of a Mission—why it is so important to see Bill, Stephen, Randy and Al

Tweet In a world where the promises are considerably overstated at every turn it is hard to believe in a genuine cause, in genuine people and a genuine company. We hope and then are let down because the promise of something grand and something beautiful never happens. “Once in a lifetime opportunities” are fueled by […]

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Where are the Avengers when you need them?

Tweet Our nation is in a national crisis. I am not talking about the economic crisis as almost everyone in the country is fully aware of our abysmal economic climate. I am not talking about the moral climate where cheating and dishonesty are commonly practiced, where sexual perversion is the norm and where the concern […]

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National Soup Day–First Saturday in November

Tweet If you have never heard of National Soup Day then you are not alone. There apparently is a National Soup Month and also an International Soup Day that was put on October 1st 2011. But National Soup Day is much different than these things. The International Soup Day involved feeding the homeless and other […]

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The World is Changing–Important Aspects of the upcoming election

Tweet With one week before the Presidential Election in the U.S. I have some important things that I need to share. These things may cause you to think twice about the decisions you make in the next week. (I apologize ahead of time if this isn’t completely coherent in its flow but I am in […]

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The Truth as I see It Part 3

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Tweet I had a very interesting experience recently. In as much as my intention was to talk about religion in this section I need to circle back around and put some feet to what I talked about in part 2 of this series.   My primary message in part 2 was that we mistakenly give […]

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Simple Health Tip 2—Predictable and Sustainable Energy

Tweet In our modern day world that is so full of things to occupy our minds and attentions it is a common malady to be tired much of the time. Most people end up drugging themselves with caffeine or a caffeine-like substance on a daily basis. Although caffeine has been shown to be a healthy […]

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Will our short-sightedness destroy us?

Tweet The US economy almost seems like a beacon of hope in a troubled world at the moment. However, anyone who has looked at it carefully knows that the inevitable (nearly inevitable anyhow) is coming. When we propped up our economy in 2008 and 2009 we began the process of prolonging and intensifying the probable […]

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My Thankful Heart

Tweet I thought I would post another poem I wrote during a Thanksgiving season one year or another. I don’t really remember when. I hope you enjoy it…

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Aspirin—Bad to Take Even for Heart Disease Prevention

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Tweet Really?   I have been telling people for years that taking aspirin does not seem to be a smart choice. I was saying it long before the big kick to take aspirin as a preventative measure. I continued to say it while “they” (“they” are US health officials) were telling people to do so […]

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Uncertain Economic Future—There may be some answers

Tweet How much do the experts know?   I spend a fair amount of time reading about the current nature of the world’s economy and it strikes me as almost humorous that it doesn’t appear as if any of the “experts” really know what is happening or what is coming.   It is in these […]

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