most of all.
you take a look
can your eyes find
knowing the day
is not done?
like the dimming
of the Light
when the Sun
as God in our
we come to know
deep in our Hearts,
is never done,
and all things,
As long as
dwells in our Lives,
our Lives can be
the great Truths
by the hand,
and let the Light of Life
It does not
take much Love
to keep you
night and day.
We can Love
“Look at this man
So Blessed with inspiration.
Look at this Soul.
Still searching for Salvation.
I don’t know much,
But I know I Love you.
And that may be
all I need to know.”
– Cynthia Weil, Tom Snow, Barry Mann
My Dear Friends,
left to chance,
“I have no desire
to live comfortably,
nor do I wish
to be rich.
To be happy
is to wander freely,
to study the Book
with my feet
To taste the
it must be
The bitter of Life,
is far too often
Use your Love
you stare into
stares back at
father of recorded sound,
and Alexander Graham Bell,
inventor of the telephone,
stared into the abyss,
and made these discoveries while
researching into the
Edison wanted to
listen in on the
was invented as a result
of trying to capture psychic influences
on gases fluctuating in front of
a cathode ray tube.
The origin of the television set
was heavily shrouded in
spiritualism and the occult,
writes author Stefan Andriopoulos in his book
The television was intended as an almost
through which we could watch distant events unfold,
a kind of technological
into a long line of other “optical media”
that go back at least as far as
weird Renaissance experiments
such as concave mirrors, magic lanterns,
disorienting walls of smoke, and other
and “phantasmagoric projections”
created by speciality devices.
These were conjuring tricks, sure,
but they relied on sophisticated understandings
of such basic things as light, shadow, and acoustics,
making an audience see –
and believe in
– an illusion.
the origin of technologies
may help us
understand the allure
and the effect
they have upon our
is a whole new World.
And under every Flower there,
a serpent lies
of glory in the Flower;
We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind;
In the primal sympathy
Which having been must ever be;
In the soothing thoughts that spring
Out of human suffering;
In the faith that looks through death
Thanks to the human heart by which we live,
Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears”
– William Wordsworth
“Intimations of Immortality
from Recollections of Early Childhood”.
8 of the Worst Foods for Your Body
Many people think of healthy eating as consuming a certain number of calories per day. But the truth is, it’s not just about how much you eat but the quality of the food you eat, and how safely it’s been produced. Read on for some of the worst foods you can put in your body –
you’ll certainly be surprised by a few!
1. Microwave Popcorn
Workers in microwave popcorn factories have actually developed an extremely rare form of lung cancer from inhaling fumes. If that isn’t enough of a reason to avoid the stuff, here’s another: the lining of the bags contains perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), a substance that has been linked to several other forms of cancer and infertility.
Plus, so many microwave popcorns are loaded with bad fats and sodium. Homemade air-popped popcorn can actually be a health food, believe it or not, so stick to that for your next movie night.
2. Non-Organic Apples
Last year, apples won the dubious honor of being the most pesticide-laden produce. Because they aren’t very resistant to pests, apples tend to get sprayed more. They’re also treated with pesticides to extend their shelf life. If you’re an apple lover, always, always, always buy organic – or don’t buy ‘em at all. Your body will thank you!
Several studies have directly linked soda consumption to higher instances of cardiovascular disease, cancer, depression, obesity—you name it. Diet soda isn’t off the hook, either. Here are 9 Disturbing Side Effects of Soda.
Related: How to Quit Soda Now
Many brands of chips contain unimaginable amounts of sodium and fat—one bag can often be more than a day’s worth. But it’s not just the nutritional concerns to think about here – chips also contain acrylamide, a chemical that comes with an increased risk of several forms of cancer and infertility. You can also find the scary stuff in french fries.
Try these instead: Crunchy Kale Chips with Sea Salt & Sesame Seeds
Aside from being far less delicious than the real thing, canned tomatoes have the added “perk” of bisphenol-A (BPA) on the cans’ lining. This is the stuff nightmares are made of: BPA has been linked to fetal abnormalities, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, thyroid issues and even cancer. It’s been banned for use in baby bottles, and overall bans are being considered nationwide. You can get up to 50 mg of the stuff from canned tomatoes; the acidity makes them more difficult to package than most products, so a safe alternative has been difficult to find. Your best bet, though, is to avoid them all together. Stick to fresh tomatoes or, if need be, tomatoes packaged in glass jars.
Celery is one of the dirtiest of all vegetables—the Environmental Working Group has founded dozens upon dozens of different pesticides on the non-organic stuff. As with apples, go organic or don’t go at all.
7. Milk with Artificial Hormones
Many farmers give their cows artificial hormones so they will produce more milk — good for their bottom line, not so good for our health. These hormones lead to higher rates of another hormone, IGF-1, which is thought to increase instances of cancer in humans. Look for milk that is certified organic, or labelled with either BGH-free or BST-free.
Also Check Out: Skim Milk Doesn’t Do a Body Good
If margarine didn’t have any food dye in it, it’d be a delightful shade of gray. If that isn’t evidence enough, what is?! Though margarine is often thought of as a healthier version of butter (there’s no cholesterol, right?) it’s also a wonderfully terrible source of trans fats – stuff that does, indeed, raise your cholesterol. Here’s your excuse to go back to the real stuff – or, of course, olive oil!
“Many people are so poor
because the only thing they have
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