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This Life
is a Master Work of Art.
A World of Wonders
Created and Re-Created
in every moment.

Just think about
the Beautiful attention
to detail.

The Beautiful Art
of our Being
is truly Divine.
It is of the Soul,
and the Spirit.

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our Lives have never been changed
beyond recognition
and we are still who we were,
we will remain

 But the Love
of our Children
changes everything.
They keep us breathing,
keep our Human Hearts pulsating,
and our fragile Minds

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Come to know

of only one duty,
and that is to

True Love
is what it means
to be Truly

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When it rises,
the first thing the Moon does
is give a Kiss to the eyes
which it adores.

And so it is,
with our Children.

The Light of their Lives
can blind you
to the dark.
Such Love fills your Mind
and your Heart
 with Eternal Light
and Love.

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in His Wisdom,
has a purpose for every precious
to Love us,
and Believe in us
with a pure Heart.

The enchanting Life and Light
of our Beautiful Children
emanates the powerful energy
of Love.
Feeling their Love
will get you through
Life’s most challenging moments.
Their Love
will make the dark clouds
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The Music
of our very brief Moment
resonates within our Souls.
It brings to the surface of Living,
emotions so revealing,
that the Mind wonders,
and imagines.
It dances among
the Stars.
It brings us
to a transparency,
to a Vision played out in the

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as we know it in our Mind,
Illusions of Living
can come to prevail.
And reality
can easily become distorted
and destructive.

every time we listen

to the Song
of the Beautiful Lives
our Children sing,

we find ourselves searching
for something that is deep
in the Soul.

 The Beautiful Song of Life
takes us into a deep state of Mind,
searching for the True meaning
of our existence.

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our children want
to be heard.
But it is not words
they long for you
to hear.
It is Music.
It is the rhythm
of Life.
It is
the Joyful Sound of Play.
It is the Music
of the moment.
It is the Love
in their Hearts.

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Watching children interact with the World
is a lesson in Wonder.
Everything is a Mystery
waiting to be discovered.
The stories they tell
 are epic.
The smallest details harbor
deep secrets
about Life,
and about Living,
and Love.

To a precious Child,
the problems of Life

are simply puzzles to be solved.
Everyone is a Friend.
And everything is an

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They breathe in Sunlight
into the Pillar of their Light,
through eyes
bathed in the Essence
of Being.

They fill us
with Hope,
and make our Hearts

The Beautiful Songs
of their precious Lives,
make the Light
that shines from their Being
and heals our Heart
with Love

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And what does this knowledge
Truly mean?

Listen to them.
Be like them.
the Song
of your Life
to them.
Become a Child

Search for the Miracle
of YOUR Existence,
in your Heart
and in your Mind.
all the Gifts it brings.

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what a precious Gift it is
to simply be

And please understand,
God uses Children to teach
that we can gain Spiritual Insight
from those we are called to raise,
and LOVE.

“I Praise you,
Father, Lord of Heaven and Earth,
because you have hidden these things
from the wise and learned,
and revealed them to little Children.
Yes, Father, for this is what
you were pleased to do.”

Matthew 11:25-30

to feel the innocent Joy
of Childhood.

Take the Time
to PLAY with your
and you will.


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“Sometimes you will never know
the value of a Moment
until it becomes a Memory.”
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Please allow me to HIGHLY recommend:

Byblos Mediterranean Restaurant
located at 1406 N. Main St.  in Fort Worth.

Telephone: 817-625-9667

Located in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards district, Byblos has been serving the finest Lebanese & Mediterranean cuisine in Fort Worth for over 28 years. It is our FAVORITE place to dine.

From day one of the coronavirus pandemic, Byblos has adhered to all CDC guidelines. Although they have made many modifications, one thing has not changed. They are still making the freshest, most authentic Mediterranean food daily in the Byblos kitchen.

Byblos Mediterranean Restaurant offers dine-in with Reservations or you may pick up or have your delicious meal delivered.

My family especially LOVES and appreciates Marios Hedary.
Marios was truly supportive in helping the Anderson Private School when it first opened in 1995. He contributed and personally delivered many items the school needed such as: tables and chairs and many other items.

THANK YOU again, our dear Friend, Marios.
We LOVE you!

The Mediterranean cuisine has long been established by research as the MOST HEALTHY on Earth. And Byblos is the best tasting food we have EVER enjoyed. Please visit the Byblos website at:

This fabulous restaurant is located at 1406 N. Main St.  in Fort Worth.

Telephone: 817-625-9667

Beating Cancer With Nutrition
This section is compiled by Frank M. Painter, D.C.
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Thanks to Nutrition Science News for this article!

by Patrick Quillin, Ph.D., R.D.

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“I’m sorry, but you have cancer.” These words from a doctor introduce fear into the heart of any patient.

The good news is that supportive nutrition therapy can significantly increase cancer patients’ quality and length of life and improve their chances for a complete remission. Better yet, a healthy lifestyle that includes a wholesome diet, sufficient exercise, positive attitude and toxin avoidance can prevent up to 90 percent of cancers.

Now for the bad news. Conventional medicine does not have a high success rate with the disease. By the turn of this century, cancer will become the leading cause of death in America. During the past 26 years, NCI spent $37 billion in research with a resulting increase in cancer incidence and deaths. Clearly, medicine cannot produce a “magic bullet” to cure cancer while patients go on living on soft drinks, pollutants and stress.

On December 23, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon confidently declared a “war on cancer” and promised a cure by the 1976 Bicentennial. However, as late as 1991, a group of 60 noted physicians and scientists called a press conference and made the following statement: “The cancer establishment confuses the public with repeated claims that we are winning the war on cancer. … Our ability to treat and cure most cancers has not materially improved.” [1] In this article, I will briefly explore the reasons for failure in combating cancer and give rational directions to improve outcomes for the 2.5 million cancer patients being treated in America today.

Developing A Strategy

In early research, the techniques of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy looked like the best approaches to cancer. The goal was to cut away, burn and poison the abnormal cells. While such therapies can temporarily reduce tumor burden, they do not cure cancer. Only by changing the underlying cause of the disease can a cancer patient expect to return to health.

Doctors now know that eliminating cancer begins with changing the conditions that support tumor growth, not just applying cytotoxic therapies to kill cancer cells. Here’s an analogy: Fungus grows on the bark of a tree due to the favorable conditions of heat, moisture and darkness. You can cut, burn and poison a fungus all you want, but as long as favorable conditions persist, it will flourish. Similarly, cancer develops in a human when conditions are right. Documented factors that favor tumor formation include toxic burden, immune suppression, malnutrition, mental depression and elevated blood glucose. More speculative causative factors include reduced pH, dysbiosis (abnormal bacteria in the gut), hypothyroidism, insufficient gland and organ output (i.e., insufficient DHEA, enzymes and hydrochloric acid) and parasites. Unless we correct these cancer inducers, cytotoxic therapies are doomed to failure.

The best way to correct the problem is through therapeutic use of nutrients. But, as a word of caution, while nutrition should be an integral component of every cancer patient’s treatment program, nutrition therapy alone is probably insufficient for most advanced cancers. The reasons for using therapeutic nutrition in cancer treatment are numerous and include the following:

Malnutrition:   Undernourishing your body can have devastating, even fatal consequences. In fact, more than 40 percent of cancer patients die from malnutrition, not the cancer itself. [2] Cancer induces a metabolic abnormality akin to getting your car stuck on ice–the wheels spin and the engine guzzles gas, but you don’t go anywhere. Yet, cancer patients often eat less food than they did before their illness began. One reason is that tumors induce a hypermetabolic state and secrete a substance called cachectin that suppresses appetite. Chemo and radiation therapy can also cause anorexia and alone are sufficient biological stressors to induce malnutrition. [3] Because cancer patients need more calories than healthy people, they eventually waste away, a condition called cachexia. Weight loss increases the mortality rate for most types of cancer, while also lowering the positive response to chemotherapy. [4]

In addition to proper eating, nutrient-dense “shakes,” canned nutritional formulas, protein powders, hydrazine sulfate, enzymes, DNA loading and other therapies can reverse the weight loss that consumes far too many cancer patients. If cancer patients lose 10 percent or more of their body weight after cancer diagnosis, all other nutrition strategies are irrelevant until this problem is addressed. A word of caution: Do not fill up a fragile stomach with vitamin pills when nutrient-dense foods are more important.

Optimum nutrition:   Eating dense concentrates of nutrients can enhance the effectiveness of medical therapy. Some people worry that antioxidants such as vitamins C, E and beta-carotene might neutralize the tumor-killing ability of chemo and radiation, which are pro-oxidant therapies. This doesn’t happen. In both human and animal studies, antioxidants enhance the tumor kill of chemotherapy and radiation while protecting the host tissue from harm. [5]

In fact, antioxidants greatly benefit chemo and radiation therapies. While both treatments can reduce tumor burden, they can also harm normal tissues such as the heart, kidneys, intestinal lining and bone marrow (the cradle of the immune system). Fortunately, vitamins can often help spare normal tissues. For instance, animal studies show that vitamin E protects the heart against the damaging effects of adriamycin chemotherapy while allowing the drug to continue its cancer-fighting effects. [6] Vitamin E also has a unique and unexplained anti-cancer activity. [7] In mice with induced liver cancer, vitamins C and K augmented the tumor kill while reducing organ damage from six different chemotherapeutic drugs. [8] Vitamin A (isotretinoin) enhanced the tumor-killing capacity of the chemotherapy drugs vincristine and daunorubicin in 24 patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. [9] In animal studies, injections of vitamin C prior to radiation therapy provided host protection without affecting tumor kill, suggesting that vitamin C given prior to radiation therapy can help patients tolerate the treatment. [10]

Preliminary human studies also show promise for vitamin therapy. Finnish oncologists used high doses of nutrients (to replenish deficiencies identified by blood tests) along with chemotherapy and radiation for lung cancer patients. Normally, lung cancer carries a poor prognosis, with a paltry 1 percent expected survival after 30 months of routine medical treatment. In this study, however, eight of 18 patients (44 percent) who were given nutritional supplements were still alive 72 months after chemo and radiation therapy. The oncologists concluded that patients who started antioxidant therapy earliest were most likely to live longer or experience remission [11].

Bolstered immune functions:   The immune system is a complex collection of 20 trillion diversified cells that patrol the body looking for invaders such as bacteria, virus and tumor cells. When doctors say, “We think we got it all,” they mean, “There are less than a billion cancer cells in your body that are undetectable with current diagnostic equipment. Now we must rely on your intact immune system to find and destroy the remaining cancer cells.” Fortunately, an abundance of data links nutrient intake to the quality and quantity of immune factors that fight cancer. [12]

Selectively starving tumors:   Whereas essential nutrients support the patient’s healthy tissues, junk foods can nourish the cancer. For instance, sugar intake feeds the cancer and suppresses a patient’s immune system. Tumors are primarily what are called “obligate glucose metabolizers,” meaning they must feed on sugar. [13] Americans consume about 20 percent of their calories from refined sugar, but don’t tolerate it well due to stress, obesity, sedentary lifestyles and low chromium and fiber intake. An epidemiological study of cancer victims in 21 countries suggests that high-sugar intake is a major risk factor for breast cancer. [14] When animals were fed diets equal in calories from carbohydrates, the group eating more simple sugars developed significantly more mammary tumors than the group fed complex carbohydrates (starches). [15]

Cancer patients can blunt the rise in blood glucose by eating foods with a low glycemic index (meaning the sugars are more slowly absorbed into the bloodstream). From best to worst, glycemic indices are meats, nuts, seeds, oils, vegetables, legumes, fructose, whole grains, refined starches (i.e., white flour), fruit and refined sugar. It is best for cancer patients to avoid white sugar and sweet foods in general and never to eat anything sweet by itself. For instance, a patient may only eat a small piece of fresh fruit after a mixed meal of protein, complex carbohydrates, fiber and fat.

Nutrients Slow Cancer

In early nutrition research, nutrient functions were linked to classical nutrient deficiency syndromes–vitamin C and scurvy, vitamin D and rickets, niacin and pellagra. Now nutrition researchers are finding various levels of functions for nutrients. For example, while 10 IU of vitamin E is considered the RDA, 800 IU was shown to improve immune functions in healthy older adults. [16] While 10 mg of vitamin C will prevent scurvy in most adults and the RDA is 60 mg, 300 mg was shown to extend life span in males by an average of six years. [17]

RDAs apply to healthy people and don’t cover special nutrition needs that arise from metabolic disorders, chronic diseases, injuries, premature birth or drug therapies. [18] Most cancer patients probably need far more than the RDA of a variety of nutrients to aid recovery. Many nutritional factors both directly and indirectly help fight tumor cells. Mechanisms include preventing carcinogen formation, increasing detoxification, inhibiting abnormal cell replication controlling expression of malignancy, blocking precancerous cell divisions, and enhancing cell-to-cell communication. [19]

Oncologists at West Virginia Medical School in Morgantown randomized 65 patients with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder into two groups. Group one received a one-a-day vitamin supplement providing the RDA, plus placebo pills. Group two received the RDA supplement plus 40,000 IU of vitamin A, 100 mg of vitamin B6, 2,000 mg of vitamin C, 400 IU of vitamin E and 90 mg of zinc. At 10 months, tumor recurrence was 80 percent in the control group (RDA supplement) and 40 percent in the megavitamin group. Five-year projected tumor recurrence was 91 percent for controls and 41 percent for the megavitamin group. Essentially, high-dose nutrients cut tumor recurrence in half. [20]

In a non-randomized clinical trial at the Hoffer Clinic in Victoria, British Columbia, Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D., and Linus Pauling, Ph.D., instructed cancer patients to follow a diet of unprocessed food low in fat, dairy and sugar coupled with therapeutic doses of vitamins and minerals. All 129 patients received oncology care. The control group of 31 patients who did not receive nutrition support lived an average of less than six months. The 98 cancer patients who did receive the diet and supplement program were categorized into three groups: poor responders (19 patients or 20 percent) who lived an average of 10 months–a 75 percent improvement over the control group; good responders (47 patients or 48 percent), who had various cancers including leukemia, lung, liver and pancreas and who lived an average of six years; best responders (32 women or 33 percent) who had reproductive organ cancers (breast, cervix, ovary, uterus) and lived more than 10 years. In other words, nutrition support increased average life span by 12 to 21 fold for 80 percent of these patients [21].

Retrospective analyses show that therapeutic nutrition helps cancer patients. Of the 200 cancer patients studied who experienced “spontaneous regression,” 87 percent made a major change in diet (eating more vegetables and less meat), 55 percent used some form of detoxification (herbs, enemas, chelation therapy or other methods) and 65 percent used nutritional supplements. [22] Of 1,467 patients with pancreatic cancer who made no dietary changes, 146 (10 percent) were alive after one year, while 12 of the 23 matched pancreatic cancer patients (52 percent) consuming macrobiotic foods (primarily brown rice and vegetables with small amounts of fish and poultry) were still alive after one year. [23]

Parting Comments

The real reason for our losing battle with cancer lies in erroneous thinking. We are physical and metaphysical beings who must become part of the cure, just as surely as we are a part of the disease. We must embrace rational cancer therapies proven both effective and minimally damaging to normal tissues and we should encourage synergism between restorative therapies like nutrition and restrained conventional cancer intervention.

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Another Potent Weapon to Fight Cancer / School starts Sept. 2

“We are all functioning at a small fraction
of our capacity to live fully
in its total meaning
of loving, caring, creating and adventuring.
Consequently, the actualizing of our potential
can become the most exciting
adventure of our lifetime.”

                                          – Herbert Otto

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Groundbreaking new research on the cancer-fighting potential of vitamin C has made the pages of the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine. A team of researchers from the University of Kansas reportedly tested the effects of vitamin C given in high doses intravenously on a group of human subjects and found that it effectively eradicates cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.


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Building upon research pioneered by the late Linus Pauling, from Oregon State University who today is recognized as the world’s foremost proponent of therapeutic vitamin C, the new research involved injecting high doses of vitamin C into human ovarian cells. The tests were conducted in vitro in a lab, as well as directly in both mice and a group of 22 human subjects.

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According to BBC News, the tests showed favorable results in all three models, as vitamin C effectively targeted the ovarian cancer cells while avoiding healthy cells. The benefits of high-dose vitamin C were also observed in conjunction with conventional chemotherapy treatments, which destroy all cells, both healthy and malignant, eventually leading to patient death.

“Patients are looking for safe and low-cost choices in their management of cancer,” stated Dr. Jeanne Drisko, a co-author of the study, to BBC News concerning the findings. “Intravenous vitamin C has that potential based on our basic science research and early clinical data.”

Researchers admit more human trials on intravenous vitamin C unlikely because drug companies cannot patent vitamins.

The next step for this type of research would typically involve applying these same parameters in a large-scale clinical human trial to see if they can be replicated and confirmed. While this new study is admittedly convincing on its own, the hurdles to gaining widespread acceptance of its findings include replicating them across a much larger human sample size.

But this may never actually take place. And the reason, says the research team, is that such trials require major funding that typically comes from pharmaceutical companies interested in developing a patented drug. Drug companies, in other words, are hardly interesting in promoting the medicinal benefits of natural substances like vitamin C, which stands to decimate the multibillion-dollar conventional cancer industry if word gets out about its benefits. [Now there is a truly sad commentary on our humanity.] By the way, studies also show inadequate vitamin C levels Boost the risk of the most deadly type of stroke by nearly fifty percent (50%).

“Because vitamin C has no patent potential, its development will not be supported by pharmaceutical companies,” says Qi Chen, lead author of the new study. “We believe that the time has arrived for research agencies to vigorously support thoughtful and meticulous clinical trials with intravenous vitamin C.”

Perhaps, my friends, Bob Dylan expresses it best:

“How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, ‘n’ how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, ‘n’ how many deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?

Yes, ‘n’ how many times can a man turn his head
Pretending he just doesn’t see?
The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind
The answer is blowin’ in the wind.” 

The conventional medical industry’s response to these and similar findings over the years has been nothing short of derisive, which is to be expected. Having to rationalize decades of ushering cancer patients through the gauntlet of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery — with dismal results — while ignoring natural cancer-fighting alternatives like vitamin C is a hard pill to swallow for this powerful, high-profit industry, which would rather everyone ignore such findings than think critically about them.

“[A]scorbate is processed by the body in different ways when administered orally versus intravenously,” writes Heidi Ledford for Nature about this commonly misunderstood variance. The medical-industrial complex, it turns out, intentionally corrupts the conversation on vitamin C by convoluting the distinct effects of these very different delivery routes.

“Oral doses [of vitamin C] act as antioxidants, protecting cells from damage caused by reactive compounds that contain oxygen. But vitamin C given intravenously can have the opposite effect by promoting the formation of one of those compounds: hydrogen peroxide. Cancer cells are particularly susceptible to damage by such reactive oxygen-containing compounds.”

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