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Alzheimer’s, Part 3: Interesting Questions

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Finding a cure for Alzheimer’s is likely to be fruitless. But there are things we can do to avoid it according to Jon Barron, author, Lessons from the Miracle Doctors. Continue reading

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Bone Series, Part 5: Walking Builds Bones

Walking is a weight-bearing exercise, and there are things you can do to get the most from it. Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease Series, #2: Interesting Facts

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Several research studies indicate that Alzheimer’s can be prevented, treated, and is reversible. Continue reading

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Bone Series, #4:  Recipes for Healthy Diet

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Following the acid/alkaline diet isn’t as challenging as it was years ago now that I have the recipe for Belizean Green Drink. Continue reading

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A Good Man!

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Being kind can be cutting tall grass by a trail so people will be safe from snakes when they walk it. Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s & Baby Boomers

Every 68 seconds, another American gets Alzheimer’s. Science about it is still vague, but there are things you can do now to reverse the damage or even possibly to prevent it. Continue reading

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Bone Series, Part 3: Eat Your Vitamins

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The human body is designed to get what it needs from eating whole foods. Osteoporosis requires specific foods to break down and build bones. Save Our Bones “Foundation Foods” lists them as alkaline and acidic. Continue reading

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Bone Series, Part 2: Supplements

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If you eat a healthy plant-based diet, it’s possible that you are eating everything your bones need to be strong. Continue reading

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Bone Series, Part 1: Healthy Diet

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If you can take charge of your diet, you’re on the way to beating osteoporosis because at least one woman already has. Continue reading

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Guest Post: “Resident Mallards”

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Can humans really be friends with ducks? They are with this woman. Continue reading

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What’s Happening Now: Mid-June 2021

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Accepting what is or was is hard enough, but now is the time to create the life you want. Continue reading

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Side Effects of the Vaccine

Sometimes, we make mistakes that cannot be undone, like taking the vaccine. Continue reading

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Springtime in Heber Springs, Arkansas

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Photo gallery of Sulphur Creek Trail, Heber Springs, AR in the Spring Continue reading

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The Answer Man

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Some people believe that God talks to them. Do you? Continue reading

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What Do You See?

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Being in alignment with All That Is, God, Spirit, Universe, or Energy–whatever you choose to call the power that is greater than you–requires more than just wanting to manifest something.  It requires gratitude and not judging others. Continue reading

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Why Have a Routine?

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Some of us must have a routine while others do not.  We do what works for us. Continue reading

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 Are You Kind?

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If we can imagine being in their shoes, we’re more likely to be kind. Continue reading

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Grief and Compassion

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Being compassionate lets your friend know that you understand their pain. It makes it easier for them to drop it and move on. You are not their healer; they are. Each of us creates our experience. Continue reading

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Rethinking the Law of Attraction, Part Two

Consider what it would be like if everyone were connected to All That Is Good and lived their lives based on the principle of the Golden Rule. Continue reading

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The Last Chapter, Part One

As I was immersed in re-reading sources to find responses to participants’ comments, the relationship of all my previous experiences—like Christianity, Tarot, Builders of the Adytum Mystery School, and yoga—came into sharp focus. Continue reading