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Merry Christmas/Silent Night-Temptations – You Tube

I know you are saying Christmas? She has finally lost it. No not yet and whatever happens don’t plan too. But what they are saying goes year round. Not just Christmas Day we should make it every day and you don’t always have to give on a money kevel. But the point love each other that is the answer to all of this madness.

Christmas is suppose to be every day in paradise for EVERYONE and they have turned it into a controlling strong arm ring. This is in memory to all those who died too soon…

Rest in peace they got this…

This is it…

God bless America!

Merry Christmas!  In dedication to Jesus…

The US Finally Admits Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells

Originally posted on peoples trust toronto:

A group of federal researchers commissioned by the government to prove that cannabis has ?no accepted medical use? may have unwittingly let information slip through the cracks, revealing how cannabis actually kills cancer cells. 

The research, which was conducted by a team of scientists at St. George’s University of London, found that the two most common cannabinoids in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), weakened the ferocity of cancer cells and made them more susceptible to radiation treatment, said Mike Adams of Herbal Dispatch.

The study, which was published last year in the medical journal Molecular Cancer Therapies, details the “dramatic reductions” in fatal variations of brain cancer when these specific cannabinoids were used in conjunction with radiation therapy.

We’ve shown that cannabinoids could play a role in treating one of the most aggressive cancers in adults,” wrote lead researcher Dr. Wai Liu, in a…

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Reflections on Homelessness

Originally posted on Transitions:


conducted a survey inquiring into which social issues people are most passionate about. The result so far is that homeless is a major concern. Here I want to reflect on the complex reality of homelessness as it relates to social health. Since my own research does not look at homelessness in the conventional sense – as dwelling on the street – I will expand the concept by demonstrating how psychological homelessness is a major problem.

Beyond a physical space, “home is where the heart is,” as the idiom goes. Home is where one is surrounded by loved ones, a place of mutual care, and a private refuge amidst a chaotic public world. Traditionally, home is a place where families gather to eat, where celebrations are held, and where children are nurtured.

Now, homes and families come in a multitude of forms. One may even refer to their college housemates…

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Originally posted on Bookwitch:

Well, wow! That’s not all I have to say about Tanya Landman’s Apache (a very long overdue read for me; the details of which I won’t bore you with), but it’s a good start.

Tanya Landman, Apache

I wonder what it is about the 19th century United States that fascinates me so? Tanya is obviously drawn to write about it, and I like reading it. If I say it’s a relic of watching Westerns as a child, I’m probably going to upset someone, but I suspect it is.

Siki is Apache, and an orphan. Aged 14 when the story begins, she has just watched her 4-year-old brother killed by Mexicans, and she swears she will avenge his death. Siki has never been interested in women’s work, and strives to be accepted as a warrior, along with the young males.

Set in Arizona near the Mexican border, life as the Apache have known it is…

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