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More important than happiness is a meaningful life…
October 22, 2018, 8:10 am
Filed under: Daily Life & Health, Spirit
Enjoy this TED talk on the four pillars of a meaningful life – by Emily Esfahani Smith, the daughter of whirling dervishes, in which she explores meaning, including those in relationships.
There’s more to life than being “happy”

Artificial Intelligence & The War on Consciousness
October 20, 2018, 6:08 pm
Filed under: Daily Life & Health, World View, The "Dunya"

Dr. Graham Downing can wake us up to the agenda behind trans-humanism, and the spiritual challenge of AI. He presents vital information that none of us can afford to ignore and he makes an appeal to the heart that brings it all home. Please watch and share this presentation widely. The War on Consciousness

Latest Info on Geo-Engineering
December 11, 2015, 5:20 pm
Filed under: Daily Life & Health, World View, The "Dunya"

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Living Well in Challenging Times
September 20, 2015, 2:27 pm
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Lloyd’s of London won’t insure against WiFi illnesses
March 27, 2015, 11:00 pm
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You can’t get more definite proof that WiFi, Cell phone & towers are destructive to human health. Lloyd’s now includes a rider in all policies absolving them of responsibility for any claims resulting from these technologies. Want an Apple watch now?

Urgent: Genetically Modified Foods
July 4, 2010, 2:41 pm
Filed under: Daily Life & Health

I’d like everyone I know to listen to this. It may be a matter of life and death. The first ten minutes of the recording below include George Noory ( reporting on the news of the day–Jeffrey Smith then comes in for 30 minutes that may forever change how you look at your food.

Author and filmmaker Jeffrey Smith discussed the dangers of eating genetically modified (GM) foods, and how the biotech industry has tried to cover up negative reports. The stakes are high right now, with a Supreme Court battle over approval of genetically modified alfalfa, and the Dept. of Justice combined with the Dept. of Agriculture investigating if Monsanto is a monopoly, he reported. Some countries are taking the threat of GM foods seriously, with India recently banning GM eggplant.

Genetically modified foods are created to either tolerate herbicides or become insect killers themselves. Right now, the main GM crops are soy (91%), corn (85%), canola (85%), cottonseed, and sugar beets, he detailed. A recent study of hamsters fed GM soy beans, showed that by the third generation most of them had become infertile or sterile, died at 5x the rate of the control group, and were slower to reach sexual maturity, Smith said. In testing of farm animals, they demonstrated a marked preference for non-GM feed, and would avoid eating the GM feed, he added.

Monsanto is “amazing in their ability to completely spin the truth,” and they rigged research when it came to their genetically modified bovine growth hormone, Smith asserted. Their ultimate goal is to “genetically engineer 100% of the commercial seeds in the world and patent them– to replace nature!” he continued. The Non-GMO Shopping Guide offers a listing of various food categories and specifies which brands are not genetically modified.  The Tipping Point in the GM Crisis – Hour 1

Please, let’s not be confused. War is not peace.
December 16, 2009, 1:12 am
Filed under: Daily Life & Health

Johan Galtung – 14 Dec 2009

President Obama’s Nobel Prize acceptance lecture in Oslo 10 December 2009–the Human Rights Day!–added tragedy to the comedy.  It was vintage Orwell, war is peace, serving outdated thoughts by nations trying to legitimize their warfare, with the eloquence and charm that came through to many of that persuasion.  A reactionary speech, more becoming to war college graduation in a militaristic country like the USA; and a total travesty of the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize, intended to go beyond that kind of mentality. To read more: