“We are not passive experiencers
of the World;
we are the Creators
of the World
– Immanuel Kant
now appears to be
a form of
Thus the underlying order
of the material World
displays a Mathematical order
that suggests that it is
an embodiment of
– Donald Hatch Andrews
The deeper Science
the nature of Reality,
the more we find
means that we are coming
to our true place
The Unity and Beauty
of precious Life
is being revealed.
“With every breath
we become Host
to myriads of atoms
that once danced
within the gigantic structures
of the Great Whales,
or provided the transient
Tropical Rain Forests.”
– E. Lester Smith
Pulitzer prize-winning writer
published an essay
the nature and relevance
of modern Science.
The essay argued
that quantum entanglement
“raises fundamental questions about
time and space.”
She went on to say
that this calls into question
the ability of Science
“Thoughts and ideas
are more REAL
are the shadows
– Mark Booth
We have discovered
two electrons are part of
a single quantum state,
no matter how far apart they are.
They are not independent, well-separated objects.
quantum mechanics tells us that,
we measure the position of either electron,
we cannot say for certain where it is located.
it can be
of the Lord
– Proverbs 15:3
objects can be in
at the SAME time,
affect each other’s movements
at the OPPOSITE
ends of the Cosmos
interact with the
“Not only is the Universe
stranger than we imagine,
it is stranger
than we can imagine.”
Sir Arthur Eddington
English astronomer (1882 – 1944)
is appearing to be
far different than
what we thought,
what we have
expressed in the
that is our being.
The Music or Harmony
of the Spheres
is an ancient Philosophical concept
that looks at the movements of Celestial bodies
such as the Sun and Moon and Planets
as a form of Music.
It is not thought to be literally audible,
but Harmonic, Mathematical and Religious
in its concept.
Scientific exploration has determined
some orbital motions
can be described
“With you Eternally mine,
In Love there is
no measure of Time
We planned it all at the start
That you and I
live in each other’s Heart.
We may be oceans away.
You feel my love,
I hear what you say.”
– Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb
And the Beauty
of this Truth
a millionth of one percent
– Thomas Edison
as we reflect
upon the humbling thoughts
we paint our own Portraits
from a palette
of lighter and darker
shades of gray,
and look with eyes
of the days gone by,
for which we
“I’d like to make myself believe
That planet Earth turns slowly.
It’s hard to say that I’d rather stay,
Awake when I’m asleep
is never as it seems.”
– Adam Young
how our people have suffered
for their sanity,
change their hues,
and weathered faces
lined with pain
can be soothed
by our Artist’s
The dark, flat land
upon which we often stride,
can be ablaze
in morning’s eye,
with Flowers flaming
and clouds swirling
was created to be
hold you in His Embrace,
in Love with Life
is more me
than I am
– St. Augustine
is in the moment,
the precious moment,
that is YOU,
and that, My Friend,
you really need
“There’s nothing you can do
that can’t be done,
Nothing you can sing
that can’t be sung,
Nothing you can say
but you can learn how to play
Nothing you can make
that can’t be made,
No one you can save
that can’t be saved,
Nothing you can do
but you can learn how to be,
you need is
– Paul Mccartney, John Lennon
“God gave us memory
so that we might have Roses
– J.M. Barrie
Why is Coffee Good For You?
Here Are 7 Reasons
By Kris Gunnars, BSc
To read full article click here
In recent years and decades,
scientists have studied the effects of coffee
on various aspects of health
and their results have been nothing short of amazing.
Here are 7 reasons why coffee
may actually be one of the
beverages on the planet.
1. Coffee Can Make You Smarter
The active ingredient in coffee is caffeine, which is a stimulant and the most commonly consumed psychoactive substance in the world. Caffeine’s primary mechanism in the brain is blocking the effects of an inhibitory neurotransmitter called Adenosine.
By blocking the inhibitory effects of Adenosine,
caffeine actually increases neuronal firing in the brain
and the release of other neurotransmitters
like dopamine and norepinephrine.
Many controlled trials have examined
the effects of caffeine on the brain,
demonstrating that caffeine can improve mood, reaction time,
memory, vigilance and general cognitive function.
2. Coffee Can Help You Burn Fat
and Improves Physical Performance
There’s a good reason why you will find caffeine
in most commercial fat burning supplements.
Caffeine raises metabolism
and increases the oxidation of fatty acids.
3. Coffee May Drastically Lower
Your Risk of Type II Diabetes
Type II diabetes is a lifestyle-related disease
that has reached epidemic proportions,
having increased 10-fold in a few decades
and now afflicting about 300 million people.
In observational studies,
coffee has been repeatedly associated with a
lower risk of diabetes.
The reduction in risk ranges from 23%
all the way up to 67%.
A massive review article looked at 18 studies
with a total of 457,922 participants.
Each additional cup of coffee per day
lowered the risk of diabetes by 7%.
The more coffee people drank,
the lower their risk.
4. Coffee May Lower Your Risk
of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
Not only can coffee make you smarter in the short term,
it may also protect your brain in old age.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common
neurodegenerative disorder in the world
and a leading cause of dementia.
In prospective studies,
coffee drinkers have up to a
60% lower risk
of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder,
characterized by death of dopamine-generating neurons in the brain.
Coffee may lower the risk of Parkinson’s by 32-60%.
5. Coffee May be Extremely Good
For Your Liver
The liver is a remarkable organ
that carries out hundreds of vital functions in the body.
It is very vulnerable to modern insults
such as excess consumption of alcohol and fructose.
Cirrhosis is the end stage of liver damage
caused by diseases like alcoholism and hepatitis,
where liver tissue has been largely replaced by scar tissue.
Multiple studies have shown
that coffee can lower the risk of cirrhosis
by as much as 80%,
the strongest effect for those
who drank 4 or more cups per day.
Coffee may also lower the risk of
by around 40%.
6. Coffee May Decrease
Your Risk of Dying
In two very large prospective epidemiological studies,
drinking coffee was associated with
a lower risk of death by all causes.
This effect is particularly profound in type II diabetics,
one study showing that coffee drinkers
had a 30% lower risk of death during a 20 year period.
7. Coffee is Loaded
With Nutrients and Antioxidants
Many of the nutrients in the coffee beans do make it into the final drink, which actually contains a decent amount of vitamins and minerals.
ONE cup of coffee contains:
6% of the RDA for Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5).
11% of the RDA for Riboflavin (Vitamin B2).
2% of the RDA for Niacin (B3) and Thiamine (B1).
3% of the RDA for Potassium and Manganese.
May not seem like much,
but if you drink several cups of coffee per day
then this quickly adds up.
But this isn’t all.
Coffee also contains a massive amount of
coffee is the biggest source of antioxidants
in the western diet,
outranking both fruits and vegetables combined.
Even though coffee in moderate amounts is good for you,
drinking way too much of it can still be harmful.
To make sure to preserve the health benefits,
don’t put sugar
or anything nasty in your coffee!
If it tends to affect your sleep,
then don’t drink it after 2 p.m.
If anything, coffee may literally be
the healthiest beverage
on the planet.
And so, My Friends,
instead of allowing your children
to drink deadly and addictive soft drinks,
why not introduce them to something healthy?
13 Proven Health Benefits of Coffee (No. 1 is My Favorite)
Science Confirms: The More Coffee You Drink, The Longer You Will Live
8 Ways to Make Your Coffee Super Healthy
Coffee: Good or Bad?
Can Coffee Increase Your Metabolism and Help You Burn Fat?
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and something about everything.”
– C. V. Wedgewood
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