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Trust Yourself

Jeanna Gabellini

Have you ever put off doing something that you knew would benefit your business because you felt the investment was too big? If you want a profit breakthrough here’s a surefire way … Invest time in learning, brainstorming, planning, and executing. Invest money in those things, too. Investing time and money in your business is a sign of trusting yourself. As soon as you make a decision to jump, the entire...

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Review: Our Journey with Prostate Cancer:Empowering Strategies for Patients and Families

ngoldman

Author: Judith Anne Desjardins Publisher: Spirit House Publishing ISBN: 978-0-9904994-0-4 Other than skin cancer, one of the most common cancers among American men is prostate cancer. The American Cancer Society predicates that for the year 2014 in the USA 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed and approximately 29,480 men will die of this disease. It is further estimated that during his lifetime about one.

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Discover Your Remarkable Inheritance From Jesus Christ

Ngozi Nwoke

Do you know all your inheritance from the Lord? Many people desire to leave things for their loved ones to inherit after their death. Likewise, Christ left us an important inheritance to enjoy while on earth. This post tells you more about this vital inheritance from Jesus Christ. Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid - John...

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Database Encryption Best Practices: Explained in Simple Steps

Pankaj Sharma

A recent survey suggests that around 90 percent of organizations across the globe face a security breach at least once a year. Even some of the biggest establishments around the world are scrambling around to get a secure hold on their critical data. Moreover, the surge in the cases of data thefts further intensifies the need for organizations to secure critical data. The underlying threat makes it essential for organizations to up...

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In Love of God

Hifzur Rehman

You were nothing before your birth and will be nothing after your death. The period between your birth and death is your life which is a gift of God. From your head to toe, you owe everything to God and own nothing. You were nothing and God made you something so you must be grateful to Him all the time, day and night, and bow your head before Him in humble obedience. At your birth, your parents gave you a name and an identity. But...

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"96 Tears" by 'Question Mark and the Mysterians': Garage Rock's Smash Hit Song

Jack H. Schick

I was listening to an FM ‘classic rock’ radio station while I was driving around town the other day. I graduated high school in 1970, which means I ‘grew-up’ in the ‘60’s. What they call ‘classic rock’ these days is my music—back when it was new and now. The station was playing a top ten list from October 1966—a very good year (Oh baby, what I wouldn’t give to be 14...

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Frivolous is in the Eye of the Beholder

Patricia Johnson

“House GOP File Lawsuit Against Obama” . The headline can’t help but grab the attention of the average reader while the first line of the story reads as follows: House Republicans on Friday filed a long-awaited lawsuit accusing President Barack Obama of overstepping his executive authority when implementing his signature health care law. Pasted from <...

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To Celebrate the Holidays or not- That is the question

Ella Camp

The metaphor of the Holiday prescription; “And all shall take this medication,” A designed proclamation from the powers that be- the euphemistic ‘they’ who say, and direct the workings of the society we live in. “They” prescribe this metaphoric medication of Holiday hiatus in the regular flow of our lives. Some, who need this medication, and firmly believe in its efficacy, may do well in its...

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The Business of Medicine

Marlin Woosley

I grew up in a time when Doc Adams, on the TV series Gunsmoke, would often travel several miles out of town in his horse drawn buggy, to tend to someone’s illness or to help a woman deliver a baby. My earliest childhood memories of a doctor visit weren’t far advanced from what Doc Adams did. Though not quite as rustic as Doc Adam’s office, I can remember a second-floor storefront doctor’s office. There was no.

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Grocery Cart Make Over: Just in Time for the Holidays

Lorraine Matthews-Antosiewicz

One of the best ways to eat healthier and avoid weight gain during the holidays this year is to plan weekly trips to the grocery store. That's right. Go shopping. I suggest you book an appointment for yourself each week (write it in your planner) to go grocery shopping. It's a simple, yet powerful, way to make sure you are eating foods that are good for you and avoiding foods that are not. Think of your grocery cart as your..

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THANKSGIVING: TIN FOIL MAGIC WONDERLAND

Bing Limousin

As winter closes in, and gray skies shroud the sun more each day, here on the farm we prepare to be transformed into our winter lives. One we look forward to. There are good people you admire, some you respect and some you adore. And some affect all three. Grandma Brown was smart in many ways, she didn’t chance the love of a grandson to any cerebral cognitive reasoning. Like any good mother she knew the art of bribery. ...

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Pumpkin Gingerbread Cake With Carmel Sauce Recipe

Jessie Eldora

Pumpkin Gingerbread Cake with Carmel Sauce Calling all ginger lovers! This festive cake deliciously covers ginger from every angle, from fresh to ground to the pièce de résistance – an attractive crystallized ginger garnish. Ingredients 1-1/3 cups (325 mL) packed dark brown sugar 1 cup (250 mL) vegetable oil 1/3 cup (75 mL) fancy molasses 3 eggs 2 cups (500 mL) canned pumpkin purée ...

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