While millions of world orphans and underprivileged children go through life every day without their basic needs being met like proper nutrition, love, shelter and education, we are blessed with abundance and take these things for granted. Although people are empathetic, they have the perception that little or nothing can be done about the number of orphans in the world but each one of us are in some humane way responsible. Let me share with you how these innocent world orphans and underprivileged children are suffering and how you can help save them… Continue reading
With another Valentine’s Day upon us, not much thought is spent on the true meaning of love. This is what The Bible says, love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails… Continue reading
“Update to this post as of March 1st, 2013 – GREAT NEWS! Youtube has reinstated my Channel!!! Thank you for all who took the time and supported me by posting your positive comments that certainly played a huge role in Youtube reactivating my channel!” And Thank You Youtube for doing the right thing!
Within the last 24 hours, I was ‘terminated’ from YouTube with no warning and very little explanation of why. Where my video’s used to appear on my website or by visiting my Youtube channel, a message now appears that tarnishes my reputation. I’m following their procedures and asking Youtube to reinstate my account. I’m also writing this open letter to Youtube for their consideration.
This is devastating news to me personally. I have spent the last 13 years of my life researching cancer, understanding it and learning how to help beat it and prevent it naturally. When I learned of my mother’s first diagnosis of lung cancer some 13 years ago, it drove me to learn as much as I possibly could about this dreaded disease so I could be of help to my mother and many other people. I’m happy to say that my efforts and research paid off. My mother was diagnosed with her third bout of cancer four years ago, this time colon cancer after lung and brain and we beat it naturally! No chemotherapy and no radiation. Unfortunately, a common side effect of cancer patients is blood clots and that is what took my mom’s life a little over 2 weeks ago. We were blessed to have with us an additional 4 years! Continue reading
Balance implies the existence of a set of complementary opposites or perhaps several options or possibilities. They need to be weighed or otherwise assessed in order to bring harmony to the body and the mind. This is a very ancient concept used in most ancient healing arts such as acupuncture, acupressure, macrobiotics, Ayurveda and many others. Unfortunately, it is not given much importance in modern Western medical care. It is one reason this type of care is not keeping us healthy as a nation or in any of the Western nations. Balance represents the idea of relationships. They may be between parts of the body, or between minerals or many other aspects of the body or mind… Continue reading
Thimerosal is a mercury-containing preservative used in some vaccines and other products since the 1930′s. Since July 1999, the Public Health Service agencies, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and vaccine manufacturers agreed that thimerosal should be reduced or eliminated in vaccines as a precautionary measure. Medical truth is obviously against deliberately poisoning people, but don’t tell that to anyone at the FDA whose staff falls all over itself to promote the most dangerous drugs ever known to mankind. Vaccines are loaded with thimerosal and other crude materials that will never make anyone well! Continue reading
To grow in life often means moving out of your comfort zone, why? It’s because in order to grow you need to expand your personal capacity and that requires you to take on new challenges. For that reason, you need to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. Only then can you do the things that are necessary for your personal growth. I simply love the word “grow” in the phrase “personal growth.” Continue reading
A stroke occurs in the brain, hence, brain damage and is commonly referred to as a “brain attack.” It happens when the blood flow to the brain is hindered. The brain attack can occur in any four of the parts of the brain, like the right hemisphere (or half), the left hemisphere (or half), the cerebellum, or the brain stem. The damage to brain, which can range from mild to severe, is dependent of the type of stroke, the part of the brain that it occurs in and how severe the damage was. People who suffer from mild strokes are considered lucky as most times, the damage caused to the brain is not as extensive compared to a major stroke where severe brain damage or even death can occur. Continue reading
Successful leadership is never a one man show, it takes a team to make being a memorable leader possible. When a group of dynamic individuals come together, instantaneously you start to see the air crackle because of the chemistry. The power of a team is profound and far more powerful than any one individual. However, the team that you assemble can’t simply be made up of dynamic people but people who are dynamic and stand out as being the very best at what they do. When you align and surround yourself with these can kind of people, as a team, they simply go out of their way to accomplish your success and have an immediate impact. However, just having a great team of people is not all, having a highly functional team is your ticket to successful leadership. Continue reading