There is only one happiness in life,
to love and be loved.
– George Sand
“I Love You”
Are but three,
You, what you dream,
And what you see.
They say something much more
Than they say,
And harbor within
A world you cannot contain.
They are not words,
Oh, Keeper of the Keys.
They are the secrets
That unlock the doors
To hearts in every place,
In every space.
And they are but three.
And they are but yours.
Yours to share,
Yours in Prayer,
To climb three stairs,
To Love so sublime.
They are a poem
In life’s rhyme,
All in rhythm
With Celestial Time.
Three simple sounds
To say what God feels
For you, and for me,
Today, not never,
Now and forever.
You cannot truly know
What you cannot feel.
And feeling not
Conveys less than you are.
And you are all the world
To someone in need,
Who, hearing nothing,
Feels not the beat
Of your heart,
Or his own.
They are but three
Harbingers of freedom.
They open the wounds
Of a lonely heart,
To Loving again.
You can share this love,
You, and you alone
Can feel the way,
Convey your Love for another
On a special day,
Father, Mother, Sister, Brother,
Beloved of another.
Your life is a Prayer,
Your Love, always there,
What in the name of All
That resides in
Are you waiting for?
More pain in life?
Keep it waiting
“I Love You”.
From: The Underground Health Reporter
According to the American Cancer Society, 41% of ALL adults will develop cancer in their lifetimes… That’s 4 out of 10…or 2 out of 5 people. Read more:
Professor Rosalie David, at the Faculty of Life Sciences, said:
There is nothing in the NATURAL environment that can cause cancer…so it has to be a man-made disease.
A recent study by University of Manchester scientists has strongly suggested that…cancer is a modern, man-made disease caused by environmental factors such as pollution and diet.
In the extensive study conducted at the University’s KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, scientists examined hundreds of mummies and found…no signs of cancer – with one exception.
The 17th Century Ushers Cancer In
It wasn’t until the 17th century that the first reports of cancer appeared in scientific literature—such as cancer of the scrotum (found in chimney sweeps in 1775, caused by soot particles); and nasal cancer found in users of snuff (finely ground tobacco) in 1761.
The University of Manchester study indicates that cancer-causing factors exist only in modern, industrialized societies –
and cancer is fueled by the excesses of modern life.
- The food you eat…
2. the air you breathe…
3. the clothes you wear…
4. the water you drink…
5. personal care products you use…
6. medications you take…
7. the water you bathe in…
8. virtually everything you consume, and
9. everything you do –
10. or are exposed to –
causes cancer these days!
Here are Just a Few Factors Present in Modern Life That Cause Cancer:
• Tobacco (including second-hand and third-hand smoke)
• Genetically modified food
• Most laundry detergents
• Commercial hair dyes
• Air pollution (including carbon monoxide, methylene chloride, and acrolein)
• Granite counter-tops (which emit radon)
• Rancid peanuts and seeds
• Canola oil
• Canned tomatoes
• Food laced with pesticides
• Chemicals from aerosol cans
• Food microwaved in plastic containers (including plastic wrap, the plastic trays that come with frozen TV dinners, and even plastic baby bottles)
•Environmental pollutants (such as asbestos, benzene, and formaldehyde)
There is evidence that cancer is curable. I now believe that what prevents us from ending so much unnecessary suffering and death has less to do with science than with economics. We have research studies, medical reports and inspiring real-life healing success stories to prove it!
- Unbelievably, what has been exposed is the corruption of the cancer industry and the extreme measures they will undertake to discredit, imprison, and professionally destroy any physician who treats cancer patients naturally.
- One million Americans are diagnosed with cancer every year, and one person of every three will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes; two of every three will die from their cancer within five years.
- The average cancer patient spends $50,000 fighting the disease, making the cancer industry a 50 billion dollar per year industry; the medical monopoly is not motivated to find a cure when treatment it is so lucrative.
- Many natural treatments have been used successfully with cancer, but the treatments are hushed, buried, and kept out of public view with smear campaigns funded by the medical cartel.
- Cancer prevention strategies include specific tips for eating, sleeping, exercising and managing stress. To reduce breast cancer risks from light pollution, Prevention magazine recommends nine hours of sleep nightly in a dark room devoid of both interior (computer screens) and exterior (street lamps) light sources. A study of 12,000 Finnish women found that those who slept nine hours nightly had less than one-third the risk of developing a breast tumor than those who slept only seven or eight hours. Even bright light from a trip to the bathroom can have an affect, so dim nightlights are recommended for night lighting.
My friends, until we start electing people to represent us, we the people, and not corporate and financial interests, our deeply loved ones will continue to suffer indescribably horrible deaths. We must recruit courageous, independent thinking and, most importantly, deeply sensitive, caring and loving people to represent us.Frankly, these individuals need to love us more than they love themselves.
These loving people exist. I have met a few of them. And you have met them too. At one time in our history we called them patriots. Reach deeply into their hearts and ask them to make a sacrifice to this Nation, to you and me, to our children. If we do not tap into the vibrant and courageous heart of this Nation, there is no hope. Yes, there is another cancer that dwells among us. And it is horrendously sad to recognize, but it resides within our body politic – within the fiber of our society.
And yes, it is a cancer of the heart, our heart. My friends, our collective being is slowly being eaten alive by the evil that dwells within.
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil
is that good men do nothing.”
– Edmund Burke
Trip Information For Friday Dec. 19, 2014
We will meet at 10:00 a.m. at Half-Price Books, located at 475 Sherry Lane, north of Ridgmar Mall –Telephone: 817-732-4111. At approximately 11:30 a.m. we will travel to the Rave Movie Theater in the Ridgmar Mall in Ft. Worth, to enjoy lunch and a movie. Following lunch, we will enjoy the highly acclaimed new movie The Theory of Everything, starting at 1:40 p.m. Run time: 123 minutes, Rating: PG-13 for some thematic elements and suggestive material. PICK UP will be at the Theater at 3:40 p.m.
“Education makes a people easy to lead,
but difficult to drive;
easy to govern
but impossible to enslave.”
– Henry P. Brougham 1828
During the 1960s, Cambridge University student and future physicist Stephen Hawking falls in love with arts student Jane Wilde. Their relationship leads him through personal and scientific challenges.
The starting time may change, please be patient.
Dr. A may become anxious but popcorn will help.
Emergency Telephone 682-777-1908
If you arrive late, we shall have departed with your child(ren) and will return to school.
Students are NOT to leave the bookstore, food court or theater without the approval of Dr. A (wake him gently with the smell of warm popcorn if necessary. And remember to share!)
FINANCIAL: Tickets are approximately $5.00, but this may be incorrect (I hate perfection) – please pay at the Box Office.
Please provide funds for a good book (you can find one for $2.00) and for lunch.
Refreshments: Hey, this is a movie theater. Yes!
Uniform pants with a belt & red monogrammed school shirts are required.
PARENTS / FRIENDS / SIBLINGS / NEIGHBORS, are invited to participate on our trips.
Dec. 1 Final Tuition Payment Due for 2014-15
(Not including monthly payment plans)
Dec. 19 Last Day of Fall Semester
Jan. 23 Fort Worth Stock Show
April 28 Scarborough Renaissance Festival (Drama Competition is “Twelfth Night”)
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