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Bashar - Comparing To Other People

Bashar explaining the concept of comparing yourself to other people. If you have received free Bashar information from sources other than Bashar Communicatio...
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Winged Memes Audiobook -Free Review Copies

Winged Memes Audiobook -Free Review Copies | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
I have a limited number of free review copies for the audiobook version of Winged Memes. You can also buy it in e-book format on Kindle for 99 cents.     Winged Memes introduces the reade...
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Amazon.com: The Allure of Independent Films: An Idiosyncratic Look at Indie Films, Directores and Genres eBook: Larry Christopher: Books

The Allure of Independent Films: An Idiosyncratic Look at Indie Films, Directores and Genres - Kindle edition by Larry Christopher. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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Hilarious Travel Complaints - TravelersToday

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People come across all sorts of unfamiliar things when traveling, some of which may result in some amount of discomfort, so a group of U.S.
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The Gravity Light: New Device Utilizes Free Energy : Conscious Life ...

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Inventors Martin Riddiford and Jim Reeves of London have designed a small, portable LED lighting system that is powered by gravity alone.
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Expensive experiences, cheaper alternatives – Traveler Tips and Articles

Expensive experiences, cheaper alternatives – Traveler Tips and Articles | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
Travel advice, information and inspiration from Lonely Planet’s online community.
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Confirmed by science: You really can change your DNA - and here's how

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Confirmed by science: You really can change your DNA - and here's how
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Tips for safe international travel - by WriterM - Helium

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Travelling internationally can be a wonderful experience, one that you will remember for the rest of your life.
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9 Qualities Of Truly Confident People

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First things first: Confidence is not bravado, or swagger, or an overt pretense of bravery. Confidence is not some bold or brash air of self-belief directed at others.Confidence is quiet...


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How to make sure your confidence does not come across as arrogance.

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Coffee for Longevity: Does Coffee Actually Lower Risk of Death? | Daily Shot Of Coffee Blog

Coffee for Longevity: Does Coffee Actually Lower Risk of Death? | Daily Shot Of Coffee Blog | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
The main question asked is whether coffee drinking lowers the risk of death for individuals and what is considered moderate consumption. Here is what the... (Coffee for Longevity: Does Coffee Actually Lower Risk of Death?
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5 Ways To Be More Outgoing

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By Amanda Tust for YouBeauty When was the last time you gabbed away at a party or asked an acquaintance to lunch?
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Brzezinski admits alternative media stalling war with Syria

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During a short interview with Germany’s DW News last Monday, former US National Security Adviser and Trilateral Commission co-founder Zbigniew Brzezinski commented on the growing inefficiency of wa...
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Marijuana Ruling Could Signal End of Prohibition on Pot

Marijuana Ruling Could Signal End of Prohibition on Pot | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
Federal Goverment Won't Prosecute Pot Crimes in States Where It's Legal
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This is good news for many people -and I don't just mean pot smokers! The futile "war on drugs" may not be over yet, but this is at least a step in the  right direction.

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Multiple Scientists Confirm The Reality of Free Energy – Here's The ...

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Who is benefiting from suppressing scientific research? Whose power and wealth is threatened by access to clean and free energy? Who has the desire to create a system where so few have so much, and so many have so ...
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How Young People Can Be Happier: Lessons from Old People

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A secret of happiness lies in how long people say they want to live.
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How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired Business | Wired.com

How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired Business | Wired.com | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
Students in Matamoros, Mexico weren't getting much out of school -- until a radical new teaching method unlocked their potential.
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Contrary to Belief, Not Everyone Will Blindly Follow Orders (Op-Ed)

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Interesting commentary on the famous Milgram experiments.

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35 Gifts Your Children Will Never Forget | Becoming Minimalist

35 Gifts Your Children Will Never Forget | Becoming Minimalist | Winged Memes | Scoop.it

What type of gifts can we give to our children that they will never forget? What gifts will truly impact their lives and change them forever?

 

 

Here is an alphabetical list of 35 Gifts Your Children Will Never Forget.

 

Affirmation. Sometimes one simple word of affirmation can change an entire life. So make sure your children know how much you appreciate them. And then, remind them every chance you get.Art. With the advent of the Internet, everyone who wants to create… can. The world just needs more people who want to…Challenge. Encourage your child to dream big dreams. In turn, they will accomplish more than they thought possible… and probably even more than you thought possible.Compassion/Justice. Life isn’t fair. It never will be – there are just too many variables. But when a wrong has been committed or a playing field can be leveled, I want my child to be active in helping to level it.Contentment. The need for more is contagious. Therefore, one of the greatest gifts you can give your children is an appreciation for being content with what they have… but not with who they are.Curiosity. Teach your children to ask questions about who, what, where, how, why, and why not. “Stop asking so many questions” are words that should never leave a parents’ mouth.Determination. One of the greatest determining factors in one’s success is the size of their will. How can you help grow your child’s today?Discipline. Children need to learn everything from the ground-up including appropriate behaviors, how to get along with others, how to get results, and how to achieve their dreams. Discipline should not be avoided or withheld. Instead, it should be consistent and positive.Encouragement. Words are powerful. They can create or they can destroy. The simple words that you choose to speak today can offer encouragement and positive thoughts to another child. Or your words can send them further into despair. So choose them carefully.Faithfulness to your Spouse. Faithfulness in marriage includes more than just our bodies. It also includes our eyes, mind, heart, and soul. Guard your sexuality daily and devote it entirely to your spouse. Your children will absolutely take notice.Finding Beauty. Help your children find beauty in everything they see… and in everyone they meet.Generosity. Teach your children to be generous with your stuff so that they will become generous with theirs.Honesty/Integrity. Children who learn the value and importance of honesty at a young age have a far greater opportunity to become honest adults. And honest adults who deal truthfully with others tend to feel better about themselves, enjoy their lives more, and sleep better at night.Hope. Hope is knowing and believing that things will get better and improve. It creates strength, endurance, and resolve. And in the desperately difficult times of life, it calls us to press onward.Hugs and Kisses. I once heard the story of a man who told his 7-year old son that he had grown too old for kisses. I tear up every time I think of it. Know that your children are never too old to receive physical affirmation of your love for them.Imagination. If we’ve learned anything over the past 20 years, it’s that life is changing faster and faster with every passing day. The world tomorrow looks nothing like the world today. And the people with imagination are the ones not just living it, they are creating it.Intentionality. I believe strongly in intentional living and intentional parenting. Slow down, consider who you are, where you are going, and how to get there. And do the same for each of your children.Your Lap. It’s the best place in the entire world for a book, story, or conversation. And it’s been right in front of you the whole time.Lifelong Learning. A passion for learning is different from just studying to earn a grade or please teachers. It begins in the home. So read, ask questions, analyze, and expose. In other words, learn to love learning yourself.Love. …but the greatest of these is love.Meals Together. Meals provide unparalleled opportunity for relationship, the likes of which can not be found anywhere else. So much so, that a family that does not eat together does not grow together.Nature. Children who learn to appreciate the world around them take care of the world around them. As a parent, I am frequently asking my kids to keep their rooms inside the house neat, clean, and orderly. Shouldn’t we also be teaching them to keep their world outside neat, clean, and orderly?Opportunity. Kids need opportunities to experience new things so they can find out what they enjoy and what they are good at. And contrary to popular belief, this doesn’t have to require much money.Optimism. Pessimists don’t change the world. Optimists do.Peace. On a worldwide scale, you may think this is out of our hands. But in relation to the people around you, this is completely within your hands… and that’s a darn good place to start.Pride. Celebrate the little things in life. After all, it is the little accomplishments in life that become the big accomplishments.Room to Make mistakes. Kids are kids. That’s what makes them so much fun… and so desperately in need of your patience. Give them room to experiment, explore, and make mistakes.Self-Esteem. People who learn to value themselves are more likely to have self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-worth. As a result, they are more likely to become adults who respect their values and stick to them… even when no one else is.Sense of Humor. Laugh with your children everyday… for your sake and theirs.Spirituality. Faith elevates our view of the universe, our world, and our lives. We would be wise to instill into our kids that they are more than just flesh and blood taking up space. They are also made of mind, heart, soul, and will. And decisions in their life should be based on more than just what everyone else with flesh and blood is doing.Stability. A stable home becomes the foundation on which children build the rest of their lives. They need to know their place in the family, who they can trust, and who is going to be there for them. Don’t keep changing those things.Time. The gift of time is the one gift you can never get back or take back. So think carefully about who (or what) is getting yours.Undivided Attention. Maybe this imagery will be helpful: Disconnect to Connect.Uniqueness. What makes us different is what makes us special. Uniqueness should not be hidden. It should be proudly displayed for all the world to see, appreciate, and enjoy.A Welcoming Home. To know that you can always come home is among the sweetest and most life-giving assurances in all the world. Is your home breathing life into your child?

 


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Is The Developed World So Hygienically Clean That It’s Making Us Sick?

Is The Developed World So Hygienically Clean That It’s Making Us Sick? | Winged Memes | Scoop.it

Few would argue the overall health benefits of living in the industrialized world. Clean drinking water, fewer fatal accidents and greatly reduced infant mortality are just a few of the advantages. So pronounced are the health boons of development that researchers may sometimes be blinded to health risks that it brings.

For example, rates of Alzheimer’s disease are higher in developed nations — a fact that is often attributed to the longer life expectancies in those countries. But the higher rates persist even after correcting for longer lifespans, according to a recent study led by Cambridge evolutionary biologist Molly Fox.

 

 


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Top 5 unmissable journeys by rail - Lonely Planet

Read Top 5 unmissable journeys by rail by Lonely Planet (Top 5 unmissable journeys by rail http://t.co/PnyZQTawGk #lp #travel)
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Eating Walnuts Extends Longevity - Natural Medicine Journal: The Official Journal of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

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Nut consumption was associated with a significantly reduced risk of all-cause mortality


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Clean tech innovations: Mercury-free, energy-efficient lighting

Clean tech innovations: Mercury-free, energy-efficient lighting | Winged Memes | Scoop.it
RTI International researchers have invented breakthrough lighting technology that is five times more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs and does not contain mercury, making it more eco-friendly than CFLs.

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Tips for eating healthy while you travel - by Katerina Nikolas - Helium

The last thing you want to happen when you are off on your travels is a dose of Delhi belly, that can strike anywhere if simple precautions a..., Katerina Nikolas (RT @katerinanikolas: Travel Advice: Tips for Eating Healthy while you Travel -
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Getting sick while traveling is a real possibility, as I can tell you from experience. This is especially true when traveling to distant locations where the local food and water are possibly unsafe. Always take the time to research the area and find out what precautions are necessary.

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