Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Don't Be Afraid to Ask

Sometimes we ask God to do something, and we believe he can; but in the back of our mind there’s a lingering question. He can, but will he? Why do we hear this question? Is it because we are not sure we really want what we are asking for? We don’t deserve what we are asking for? Or Will what we are asking for really be what we need?
James 4:2-3 2Ye lust, and have not: ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot obtain: ye fight and war, yet ye have not, because ye ask not. 3Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts.
Well guess what God knows the answer to all three questions. We should make sure our motives are right when we ask; make sure it will bless more than just you.
Philippians 2:3-5 (King James Version) 3Let nothing be done through strife or v ainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves. 4Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others. 5Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:
If we really trust him as the greatest parent ever, then don’t be afraid to say if it be thy perfect will. Then trust the outcome.
Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

Hope : The feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best; to look forward to with desire and reasonable confidence. to believe, desire, or trust : to feel that something desired may happen.


Disappointment shouldn’t kill your dream

And failure shouldn’t kill your hope

Things are not always as they seem

So don’t be afraid of hearing nope

Every no is a stepping stone that leads you to that door

That opens to all the wonderful things, you’ve been looking for

Every door that doesn’t open should lead you to the one that will

And when you finally get your wishes

How great you’re really gonna feel

Psalm 71:14 But I will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more. Psalm 119:116 Uphold me according unto thy word, that I may live: and let me not be ashamed of my hope. Romans 8:24-26 24For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for? 25But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it. 26Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

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Dogs and Their Astrological Signs

Horoscopes are one of those topics that can be debated. The debate is usually divided by beliefs. There are those who believe in them and those who do not. Some people read their horoscope and are very serious about what it tells them while others just read it for entertainment. But, have you ever wondered what astrological sign your dog is or what does their horoscope tell about them? This can actually be done, their astrological sign can be determined, either by knowing their birth date or by looking at some clues that tell what their astrological sign is.

If you know the date your dog was born, then it is relatively easy to decide what astrological sign your dog has. Dogs born March 21 to April 20 are Aries and their sign is the Ram. Dogs born April 21 to May 21 are Taurus and their symbol is the Bull. Dogs born May 22 to June 21 are Gemini and their symbol is the Twins. Dogs born June 22 to July 23 are Cancer and their symbol is the Crab. Dogs born July 24 to August 23 are Leo and their symbol is the Lion. Dogs born August 24 to September 23 are Virgo and their symbol is the Virgin. Dogs born September 24 to October 23 are Libra and their symbol is the Scales. Dogs born October 24 to November 22 are Scorpio and their symbol is the Scorpion. Dogs born November 23 to December 21 are Sagittarius and their symbol is the Archer. Dogs born December 22 to January 20 are Capricorn and their symbol is the Goat. Dogs born January 21 to February 19 are Aquarius and their symbol is the Waterbearer. Dogs born between February 20 and March 20 are Pisces and their symbol is Two Fishes that are tied together and are swimming in opposite ways.

Dogs, just like people, will exhibit certain personality traits. These traits can often times be connected to their astrological sign as each astrological sign has certain traits as well. Dogs that are impulsive, impatient, adaptable, athletic and bold are probably Aries, as these are the same traits that those born under the Aries sign exhibit. Dogs that are quiet, strong-willed, stubborn, patient and affectionate are probably Taurus, while dogs that are fickle, restless, agile, vocal and alert are probably Gemini. Dogs born under the Cancer sign are likely to be devoted, grumpy, clingy, loyal and gentle, while dogs born under the Leo sign are likely to be gregarious, dominant, fearless, demanding and energetic. If your dog is finicky, intelligent, shy, aloof and charming, then they were probably born under the Virgo sign, but if they are smart, lovable, easygoing, people-oriented and peaceful, they are probably Libra. Dogs that are finicky, intelligent, shy, charming and aloof are probably Virgo and those that are smart, lovable, easygoing, people-oriented and peaceful are probably Libra. Dogs that are born under the Scorpio sign are loving, possessive, responsive, strong-willed and independent while those born under the Sagittarius sign are friendly, amusing, free-spirited, playful and curious. Dogs that are patient, reserve, territorial, cold and good-natured are most likely Capricorn, while those who are most likely born under the Aquarius sign are outgoing, independent, people-oriented, aloof and rebellious. And finally, if your dog was born under the Pisces sign, they are probably unpredictable, touchy, sweet-natured, adaptable and devoted.

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Finding a Job During an Economic Recession

During an economic recession, such as the one we are in now, competition is hot for the jobs that are out there. Yes, opportunities are out there, in spite of the onslaught of bad economic news, layoffs, and stock market declines. Job seekers, however, must dig deeper and work even harder to market themselves to have an edge in the job hunt.

Experts recommend the following for those who are looking for jobs during troubled economic times:

1. Research – Take a close look at the industries and sectors that are experiencing job growth or have a shortage of workers. Then take stock of your own education, experience, and skills to see what you have to offer.

2. Target your search – This means focusing on a particular industry, job category, or job title. Once you’ve chosen an area of focus, you can identify specific companies and managers to contact about job possibilities. Many companies – especially small ones – may have openings that are not posted.

3. Polish your skills – For example, virtually everyone should know basic office skills using Excel and PowerPoint. You can learn these and other office applications from a book or the Internet, so make sure you know them. Also brush up on your marketing and presentation skills. You have a product to sell in the job market – yourself! Make sure your presentation will make a good impression.

4. Consider part-time or freelance work – Multiple positions on a part-time or freelance business can be a great way to break into a new industry. This can allow you to try a particular job or industry, improve your skills, and make good impressions on a potential employer. Remember – many freelance and part-time positions have led to full-time jobs.

5. Focus on your results – In a tough economy, when many companies are looking to cut costs and streamline operations, one of the best things you can do is demonstrate how you can add value to an organization. During interviews, be able to highlight where you’ve been successful in expanding sales, reducing overhead, or improving customer service.

6. Network, network, network – There are countless opportunities to expand your networking circle, thanks in part to the Internet. Sites like FaceBook and LinkedIn make networking easier. Stay in touch with previous employers and colleagues. See if someone in your network knows someone at a company or organization you might be interested in working for.

7. Be patient – In a weak economy, a job search may take longer than it would during stronger times. For higher-paying jobs, the search could take even longer. Be patient and don’t give up.

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Fantasy Baseball 2009: Top 5 Milwaukee Brewers Keepers

Some players are just keepers. Milwaukee has them just like any other team. Perhaps you’ve found yourself with more Milwaukee players than expected and need to know who to drop, and who to not. This is your guide.

#1 Ryan Braun – Milwaukee Brewer Keepers -Fantasy Baseball 2009

Ryan Braun posted 37 home runs and 106 RBIs last season in 151 games played. He’s a machine and a player that you’ll want to hold on to.

#2 Prince Fielder – Milwaukee Brewer Keepers -Fantasy Baseball 2009

If he wants, we know Prince can lead the league in homers. He only nailed 34 homers last season but he’ll make sure he gets the same if not more this year. A .276 average doesn’t hurt either.

#3 Corey Hart -Milwaukee Brewer Keepers -Fantasy Baseball 2009

This right fielder got 91 RBIs and 20 home runs with a .268 average. Look for him to improve on that this season.

#4 Ben Sheets – Milwaukee Brewer Keepers -Fantasy Baseball 2009

Ben Sheets pitched 31 games and threw 158 strike outs in that time. Need I say more?

#5 J.J. Hardy-Milwaukee Brewer Keepers -Fantasy Baseball 2009

J.J. posted a .283 average with 74 RBIs and 24 HRs an excellent choice for short stop out of Milwaukee.

Unfortunately CC Sabathia took off to New York, he would be the #1 on this list without a doubt otherwise. He might not be from Milwaukee anymore but if you could pick him up – I suggest you do.

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Finding the Positive in Negative Criticism

All working artists in every creative field have to deal with negative criticism once in a while. Whether someone just doesn’t understand your style or they are trying to help you, it can be tough to get a negative critique. The main thing is not the negative criticism itself, but how the artist reacts to the criticism. There are many ways to approach a negative critique, but these steps may help create a positive situation from what began as a negative one.

Write it down

Negative comments can swirl around in your brain until they become much more exaggerated by emotion than they really were. Artists are imaginative by nature, and it would be easy to imagine a negative critique as much more harsh than the reality. One way to avoid exaggeration is to write down exactly what was said. Write every detail you can remember, even the most awful ones. Maybe put the criticism in context by outlining the whole conversation from beginning to end. Maybe the art didn’t bother the critic as much as the blob of paint they stepped on in your studio.

What did you expect?

Look over what you’ve written with an open and honest frame of mind. Think about how you expected the conversation to be and how it turned out differently. Maybe you had a secret hope that the visiting photographer would hire you for an exotic shoot on the basis of the work you showed him and you are devastated that the only comment he had was “That’s nice stuff.” Your expectations can make a situation much worse than it might actually be.

Check motivations

Were the negative criticisms mean-spirited or did the person seem genuinely helpful? It is important to consider what the person’s motivations were in this conversation. If the critique was helpful and the visiting artist seemed hopeful that you could succeed if you changed a few things, then the criticism is exactly what you should look for when consulting a successful master in your field. If the critique seemed petty or out of context, it is not out of the question that the critic was reacting to something entirely different than your art. If a critique isn’t useful, even if it is painful, you can disregard it and know that it doesn’t really mean anything about you.

Talk to someone you trust

If you’re not sure how to accept the criticism, find another artist you trust and tell them about the situation. Someone outside of the conversation can have very helpful insights and will be better equipped to help you decide what is useful and what is not useful from negative criticism.

Shake it off

As an artist, criticism is part of the job. Everyone will have an opinion of your work, and not all of the opinions will be favorable. Allow yourself a certain amount of time to consider the critique and the emotions you went through, then make it a point to put it on the shelf. If you carry every negative criticism with you all the time, your art will suffer as well as your disposition. Consider the helpful parts of the critique and toss out the rest. Then get back to work.

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Feelings

How to analyze your feelings

You feel upset when you loose something. But it is sometimes difficult to know what it is that you have lost. You feel upset when friend criticizes you, because you may have lost some of your own self esteem. You feel upset when a friend criticizes you, because you value his or her view of you and hate to lose thee positive feelings toward you.

You also feel upset when you lose a friendship and all the good feelings in that friendship. You may begin to feel bad about yourself because you may think you are not likable any more.

Any important failure can especially upset you if the failure makes you feel worthless.

If you feel upset, try to find out what you have lost. Is it a friend, or a possession, or a good opinion of you? Ask why that failure was important to you. What did the friend mean to you? Why the possession important?

Often people you know very well and like very much can upset you more than strangers because they’re more important to you. When they upset you it really upsets.

All of us get annoyed some of the time and we usually get annoyed over upset. If people tell you that they never get they are either mistaken or fooling themselves. How annoyed you get depends both upon how upset you are and how you let your upset and annoyed feelings out. If you keep these feelings inside anger will build up.

You can expect to be annoyed with teacher who criticizes you in front of the whole class. Or with a friend who no longer wants to be your friend. Or with a parent who punishes you especially if you don’t think you deserve it. You can expect to be annoyed with people who cheat you or who make fun of you-in fact, with anyone who upsets you. Anger comes from upset. And upset, you remember, comes from failure.

It is important to make sure that annoyed feelings are expressed. But that doest mean loosing your temper. It means explaining calmly that you feel annoyed and why. Annoyed feelings should not be held in and allowed to grow because anger has a way of taking aver control of other feelings.

Unexpressed anger can occupy all thoughts or it can cause you to get annoyed in the wrong place. So you have to deal with your anger at its source-at the upset feelings it may not be easy to tell a friend that he or she upset you, but it is better to do that than to have unexpressed annoyed feelings that could ruin the friendship. When anger isn’t expressed it builds inside a person and often turns into guilt. When a person feels guilty, he or she feels unworthy and ‘to blame’ for everything. A person who hasn’t expressed anger begins to feel like a bad person for being annoyed in the first place.

People do feel guilty because they have done something that they feel they should not have done. Often there is a good deal of fear along with this guilt- a fear of being found out .a child who breaks a window, for example, is both afraid of being discovered and guilt ridden for having broken the window.

Another source of guilt feelings comes from letting someone down. Young people try to meet standards of behavior set by adults. School, parents, and friends have expectations. Frequently, these expectations are impossible to meet. When people know they have disappointed others they become disappointed and annoyed with themselves and with the people they disappoint. Guilt often results.

Still most guilt feelings come from unexpressed anger with other people which cannot be released and is eventually directed at you. This is how it works. Suppose your mother upsets you and makes you annoyed. Because you think it may be wrong to be annoyed with a person you love or respect like your mother you may have mixed feelings of love and anger and be unable to express that anger. You may convince yourself that the trouble is really with you. Or you may not be able to express the anger for, if you express anger at your mother, you may be afraid that she may be upset.

Whatever the reason for not expressing the anger, it is eventually directed at yourself. The anger builds and so does the guilt. More annoyed thoughts lead to more guilt… and you may think of yourself as a bad person to have such angry thoughts.

Guilt is very strange and upsetting things to people -especially young people who have less experience. If you feel guilty enough, for example, you may try to get yourself punished. You may want someone to punish you. Sound unbelievable? It happens everyday.

When a person feels guilty, there’s a lot that can be done to feel better. If you have upset someone, you could apologies, in the hope that the other person will forgive you and reassure you that you are really okay. You could also express your anger. If you express the anger at the proper person the anger is let out and the guilt will decrease. If someone upsets you, tell that person, but no matter how annoyed you are, don’t lose your temper. It will only make you fee; worse. Just say to the person you annoyed with ‘I am annoyed with you’. Then tell why. Very often you will find that your anger is justified. You will clear the air and feel better.

By Edward Ombaka Adeny

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Be a Good Mom to Your Cat

Adoption of a cat is done every day. Shelters everywhere are always trying to get the cats that are homeless adopted by good families. Many are men; but I am a woman, and this is how to be a good mom to your cat.

I sat reading the adoptive mom articles. I wondered why a human is more important than a cat. Not to stir up feelings of any arguments; but I choose to be a mom to cats rather than a human child. The reasons why are numerous. I always hear from people that I would make such a good mom. I am in fact a God-mother to a child. I however, never really wanted to have a baby. Mothers expect you to do that so they have grand-children. One day I realized that I didn’t want to be a parent to a human. I did however, wish to adopt a cat and be a parent to that.

Over the years I have been a surrogate mom to many a wild and homeless cat. I used to leave food for them. I tried to make them feel comfortable when they ate and make them feel welcome at my backyard. I may even one day volunteer at a shelter for homeless pets. I am sure it would involve caring for all animals; just specializing in caring for cats.

Then one day I went to a shelter and found my cat Nova. Pictured here, he is now 8 years old. I adopted him at about a year and a half. Adult cats are the least adopted of the bunch. I recommend it to you though as they tend to be better behaved than kittens. Kittens will tear your home apart if left to their own vices.

So, to be a good adoptive mom to your cat you have to care for them as you would a child. The perk is you can go to work and do things without the worry of a sitter. I worried that my cat would be lonely, and went finding a boyfriend that had a cat. I found that, and more. He had five cats actually. So now, I am a mommy to 6 cats.

They often appear on my website and blogs. I love them tons. Like a mom to a human child, they need attention and care. They need to be held, snuggled, smooched, and require feeding. The litter boxes have to be changed and they often will hack up a fur ball. If you are not able to handle it be prepared. Cats puke as much as babies. They only difference is; they puke all of their lives. Children puke only when sick or as young children. You get the point.

So it’s not for the queazy people. It is very rewarding though. You should consider your home from a cats perspective to be a really good cat mommy. Is the home safe from toxins that they will and do get into every day? Is there anything that is placed high that could be knocked onto another cats head? Also be careful of your self. Just ask my boyfriend about that one. Our youngest cat Libby knocked a heavy object onto him one day. It was really scary. So do be as careful with cat proofing, as you would baby proofing. It’s really part of being a good cat mommy.

All of these things will help you in your quest to be a good mom to your cats. Take time to enjoy them also. They really do grow up faster than a human child. Think of it this way. If you really love your cat, imagine at the hour of their departure for college a permanent departure. Most cats live only 18-25 years. Kids grow up and you still get to be a part of their lives. So remember to cherish your cat. They need your love and will love you back. The time is so precious. Don’t miss out on one single moment of being a good adoptive mom to your cat

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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn "My Busy Day Table" Review

The best gift I received at my baby shower last year was a very colorful Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table”. Fisher-Price recommends this product for kids aged 6 months to three years. As such, on my little Bettina’s sixth monthsary, I removed Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” from the box and let the fun begin.

As Bettina at the time could not sit without my help, we did not attach the legs to the table yet, and just lay out the table top on my bed. As soon as I did, she started pounding on all the colorful buttons on her Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” and was giggling with glee that I had to calm her down.

I love that the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” has four modes that your child can easily switch to depending on what she would like to do : 1. Learning Mode; 2. Spanish Mode; 3. Music Mode and 4. Imagination Mode. This ensures hours and hours of fun and learning on the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table”!

What I was really excited about was the 1stWords Book feature. The plastic book attached to this table is filled with animal photos and upon turning the page and spinning the roller, the name of the animal is said out loud in English or Spanish! How is that for getting ahead in making sure she is bilingual? You can even hear the sound the animal makes by spinning the roller when you switch on the Imagination Mode on the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table”.

The Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” also has a four-key piano, which when pressed either says its color (in English and Spanish too!) or plays a musical tune on Imagination Mode. This was Bettina’s favorite. I also like that the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” has a volume switch, so that when I’m doing my work on my computer, I just lower the volume so that I won’t get distracted while my daughter is preoccupied with this wonderful invention.

I couldn’t have asked for a better gift and recommend the Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn “My Busy Day Table” to all mothers out there who want to give their kids a head start without any headaches on our part.

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HairMax Laser Comb for Hair Loss

If you are experiencing hair loss, and you care, there is another solution designed to restore hair loss or regenerate hair growth. The HairMax Premium Laser Comb is one of the latest tools on the market designed to restore hair loss in the privacy and comfort at home while obtaining treatments normally administered in otherwise public places. Quite simply the HairMax Laser Comb is a comb.

So how exactly does the HairMax Laser Comb for Hair Loss work? The HairMaxLaser Comb for Hair Loss works through the use of focused laser energy that is applied to the scalp and reaches the hair follicle with no obstruction. Instructions indicate users should administer treatments for 10 to 15 minutes at least three times a week. The laser energy unit is easy to use and is among the most latest patented technology.

Does the HairMax Laser Comb for Hair Loss actually grown hair? In a report provided by the manufacturer’s web site the FDA reported 93% of users between the ages of 30 to 60 years old experienced an increase in the number of new thick hairs. The rate of hairs reported was 19 per square cm over a six-month period.

The technology is innovative, convenient, and if you are interested in restoring loss hair worth the try should you have exhausted all other means. For individuals who have tried other hair loss techniques, topical solutions and other remedies it is simply a matter of the importance of hair. The HairMax Laser Comb retails for approximately $389. In terms of value for price, one will simply have to determine if this is for him or her. Compared to similar products on the market such as products by Erchonia, Lexington and Sunetics, $395 is a good price.

What is good about the product is you can receive the treatments in the privacy of your home and learn to master the technique. There is no pain associated with the treatments and once you purchase the unit it is yours. Additionally the ergonomic handle makes the unit very easy to handle. The HairMax Laser Comb Premium which is a more updated version also features a rechargeable battery making freedom of use and ease of movement excellent for the user. The HairMax Laser Comb is FDA approved and includes a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty with the price found at Gen Unique Beauty.

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Informational Marketing '" Askmrrooter.Com Plumbing Questions and Answers Blog

How to make plumbing sexy and interesting online? I have been writing for over ten years about how sales and marketing are changing due to the empowerment of the internet shopper. The information age, in my humble opinion, has completely outdated many sales techniques and practices that involved feeding a customer through a funnel forced on them by the fact that the vendors, once upon a time not long ago, could control the distribution and availability of information and products and services, thereby controlling and even dominating the market.

Here I am telling you again that those days are gone: just as you cannot force somebody to come onto a car lot to buy a car, as many auto dealers are finding out ‘the hard way’, you can not control the market by controlling the free flow if information.

Now, instead, you must become the provider of the information, and the market will find YOU: case in point: askmrrooter.com, the local MrRooter Plumbing Services Contractor franchisee for three counties in Southern California: San Diego, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties.

As owners of three franchises and growing, the Southern California Mr. Rooter franchisee (my client), like most franchisees has tried all conventional forms of advertising, including PPC (pay-per-click) on Google.

Contrary to popular belief, P.P.C. actually almost always works, for a little while: more and more, people use Google and the other search engines as a replacement for the yellow pages, actually calling the first number that comes up without visiting the website. Heck: I sell websites, and lately I am getting calls from organic search where they have not even visited my website! So paid search works, until the inevitable happens:

  • Your competitors eventually see what you are doing, so they do it.
  • The words are on a bid basis, so the cost per click goes up from the competition
  • As the cost increases, ROI decreases until the profit stays with Google.

Now ask yourself this question: how often do I click a sponsored link or pop-up banner? Chances are you answer is either rarely or never!

By using what I call ‘permission based marketing’, or the informational dissemination technique, our client has found a way to garner user generated, user filtered content, and dominate the organic search results (that is correct, I am calling it ahead of time again) for plumbing Ventura California, plumbing contractor San Diego, California, drain service Santa Barbara California and many other related searches.

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How to Guide: Sensational Indian Head Massage

The healing benefits of massage therapy have made their way into mainstream acceptance in non-western communities for centuries. In recent years, the wonders of massage therapy have come to the forefront of western culture and alternative medicine. Indian Head Massage is one of the lesser known massage therapies in comparison to Shiatsu, Swedish Massage and Aromatherapy Massage. Experienced the sensational benefits and soothing relaxing synonymous with an Indian Head Massage therapeutic session for yourself.

Indian Head Massage Step by Step Guide

Equipment Required

1. Chair

2. Massage Oil

3. Towels

4. Candles (optional)

Step #1 -Position the Chair

Place the chair in a position that allows you to massage your client or volunteer comfortably. Set the mood for your massage. Stereotypically, candles and soft music set a calming and conducive setting for every type of massage.

Step #2 – Shoulder massage

Start the massage by placing your hands at the base of the neck and shoulders. Gently apply pressure to the shoulder muscles in an outward motion. Paying close attention to the trapezius muscle to induce the process of calm and relaxation. Once you have worked your hands in an outward motion from the shoulder muscle reapply them to the neck and base of the neck. While continuing to apply squeezing motion to the muscles repeat the process up to three times.

Step #3 -Neck Massage

Using the thumbs at the base of the neck area, proceed in a circular motion over the left backbone just beneath the collar line then in the same circular motion move your thumbs across the backbone to the right. The pressure applied should never cause discomfort, but instead be at a suitable degree to ensure the massage client or volunteer is completely relaxed.

Step #4

Return your thumbs to the center then proceed with the same circular motion up the back of the neck repeating the process up to two or three times.

Step #5

Using the forearm, apply pressure to the sides of the neck. Rolling the forearms outwards and towards the shoulder area while rotating the wrists. At the same time, use the forearms to apply even more pressure by lifting the forearms then placing them inches from the neck. Return the forearm to the center and repeat the process up to two or three times.

Step #6 – Neck Massage

Focusing on the neck area, stand at the side of the chair. Apply pressure to the base of the neck with the back side of the hand. Place the other hand on the forehead, Apply slight pressure without causing discomfort so that the head does not move forward during the neck massage process.

Step #7

Spread the thumb so that the fingers are folded under and apply pressure to the back of the neck without actually applying pressure to the vertebrae.

Step #8

Pause at the hair line for a few seconds then proceed to apply pressure on the back of the head starting from the base of the neck. Apply circular motion moving upward the neck to the head to relieve even more tension. Repeat at least five times.

Step #9

Once step #7 is complete and the back of the hand finishes at the hairline, the hand should be pause for a few seconds at the hairline. Gently tilt the head forward then gently tilt the head backward, and repeat this process 3 times.

Step #10 – Scalp Massage

Return to the position behind the chair to begin massaging the scalp area. The hair of your client or volunteer must be free of clips and pins to allow the hands movement to flow uninterrupted. Next spread the fingers and begin to work them through the hair at the sides of the head.

Step #11

Loosen the fingers tips at the top of the head to allow the palms of the hands to apply gentle pressure to the scalp. Move the hands and fingers around the entire scalp for complete coverage and relaxation for as many as 5 times.

Step #11.

Place one hand on the forehead and the other hand at the back of the head then move the back hand back and forth. Alternate the hand placement and repeat this process on both sides of the head.

Step #12 – Forehead massage

Next begin stroking the scalp with the fingers tips drawing the head gently back. Extend the index and middle fingers to make small circles across the temples at the side of the head. Move the hands towards the center of the forehead 3 times.

Step #13 – Finishing strokes

Complete this process by gently stroking the top of the forehead then move towards the back of the head. Gradually decrease the pressure with each stroke. Then finish with a floating like motion for the hands in the finally stroke before removing the hands for the head entirely. Watch the Indian Head Massage techniques video here.

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Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Shampoo Review

A few months ago I tried Giovanni’s Tea Tree Triple Treat Conditioner, and I thought it was really good, so I decided to try out the shampoo as well.

Price of
Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Shampoo

I have a dry, coarse, and kinky hair texture, so I’m really wary about the shampoos I use because they can be drying. So instead of buying a full bottle I just bought a 2oz. travel size to try it out.

The travel size version sells for $1.99 at Target. But the full sized bottles can be found at Target and Whole Foods for $7.99.

Ingredients in
Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Shampoo

Underneath the Giovanni label there’s a line that reads “organic hair care” and although it’s made from organic oils, not all of the ingredients are natural.

It contains tea tree oil, peppermint leaf extract, eucalyptus oil, thyme extract, nettle, extract, coltsfoot flower extract, sage leaf extract, rosemary leaf extract, lavender leaf, matricaria flower extract, and achellea millefolium extract – which are all organic.

But it also has other ingredients like cocamide MEA and ethylhexylglycerin.

Texture of
Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Shampoo

This shampoo is clear like water – it isn’t creamy so I thought it might be a bit drying. But it has a really cool texture, it looks and feels like aloe vera gel. It’s sort of watery but it’s also firm.

Scent of
Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Shampoo

This shampoo doesn’t smell too much like tea tree oil, which I was happy about because tea tree isn’t my favorite scent. It does smell somewhat like minty and chalky, it has a bit of an eau de milk of magnesia feel to it.

But once I used it in the shower the menthol in the shampoo becomes really apparent and along with the steam, it totally opened up my nasal passages. It was actually invigorating.

Results After Using

Even though I thought the shampoo would be a bit drying, my opinion immediately changed once it was on my hair. Triple Treat is like a watery gel so it was actually hydrating, rather than stripping, and it left a silky finish to my strands. It also left my scalp feeling really clean and it gave it an intense cooling sensation that felt amazing.

In the End…

I wasn’t expecting it to be so great, but I really liked the Tea Tree Triple Treat, even better than Giovanni’s Smooth As Silk shampoo because it’s a bit more moisturizing and gentle. The minty tingle is definitely invigorating and relaxing when your scalp is feeling hot, itchy and irritated. I will definitely be buying the full sized bottle, and I’ll keep it in regular rotation – especially during the hot and sticky summer months. I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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Hawai'ian 'Beach Boys' Keep Spirit of Aloha Alive

HONOLULU, HI-If you visit Waikiki beach in Honolulu in search of a place to surf, you’re likely to see a statue of an imposing, yet friendly man-Duke Kahanamoku-the most well known surfer in the world.

Although Duke passed away in 1968, his statue is always laden with piles of leis (flower garlands) left by respectful visitors. The statue marks a location where surfing history was made by Duke and other beach boys, culture was passed down, and young generations of surfers learned the traditions of surfing and the Hawai’ian spirit of Aloha.

The original beach boys in the 1940s provided beach services in front of the only two hotels at the time, the Moana Surfrider and the Royal Hawai’ian. The arrangement with the hotels were unofficial-the men would do everything from bringing guests towels to giving them surfing lessons-with no set fee. Modern beach boys are more official, with licensed beach stands and instructors.

One of the few remaining beach boys of the older generation, Gabby Kanahele, still surfs the gentle, warm break at Waikiki every morning and works as an instructor at the Star Beach Boys stand, where he rents equipment for lessons he gives. At age 75, Kanahele has been surfing since he was a young teenager and doesn’t show any signs of stopping soon.

“I started surfing in summer of 1946,” recalls Kanahele. “I worked as a beach boy at beach concessions, in the summer of 1954. In those times when we were growing up and learning more of the things to do…I was thinking back to the original beach boys that we were fortunate to hang out with.”

By original, Kanahele means people like Chick Daniels, “Fat Kala”, “Hoss”, Jimmy Ahakuelo (for the Royal Hawai’ian), Cornwall, and of course Duke Kahanamoku.

“As far as I know, they didn’t take money, when people said ‘How much?’ they would just say ‘Whatever you want to pay me, leave it at the desk and leave my name on it.’,” recalls Kanahele about the early days of surfing lessons. “They didn’t want to be hustling them, it was all up to you what you wanted to give.”

And the arrangement was much more than a financial exchange for services.

“A lot of [stars] come here. The first generation of [stars] stayed at the Royal Hawai’an, and that’s how they mixed with the beach boys, and even their sons, daughters, grandsons, and they got along very well,” says Kanahele.

The details of the life lessons the original beach boys taught endure today. Along with other young friends who spent their summers and afternoons at the beach, Kanahele would sometimes hang out and simply wait to tag alone with the “old timers”.

“We had about five different groups, and we used to go and meet all the old timers,” says Kanahele. “They are the ones who teached us about being human and giving Aloha, and feeling how other people feel, when you look them in the eyes and feeling what they need.”

The most legendary beach boy, Duke Kahanamoku, was already 66 years old in 1946 when Kanahele was only 14 years old. But Duke was still a regular fixture in Waikiki, giving canoeing and surfing lessons. Sometimes Kanahele and the other young surfers were lucky enough to accompany him on the water.

“He was very helpful,” says Kanahele about his memories of Duke. “Sometimes he would say, ‘Boys, wanna take a canoe ride?‘” Of course the answer was always “Yes!”

But for Kanahele, telling stories about Duke and the lessons learned on the beach are about more than fond memories.

“Just looking at him [Duke], he exudes Aloha, which means lovingness and respectfulness and always giving,” says Kanahele. “He had a little in them eyes when he looks at you, it has so much meaning. You can feel it, and you can take it for what it’s worth. He speaks to you, not at you.”

Kanahele says he came by his subsequent career as a surfer and surfing teacher naturally.

“We guys who hung around the beach, we used to have surfboards and we used to rent them out, and so I said, ‘Well, I gotta learn about the business from these older guys,” says Kanahele. “They gave me so much influence, unbelievable. It was all positive, happy. First was respect.”

He adds that what he and other beach boys want to bring to their surfing and canoeing students is something intangible, but valuable.

“We Hawai’ians always believe in family,” says Kanahele. “We say ‘ohana [family], that’s first in line. Anybody that you know that’s older than you, you will respect them.”

The spirit of Aloha so deeply imbued in him and the other beach boys is part of what Kanahele, who is full-blooded Hawai’ian, still tries to bring to visitors who come for surfing lessons.

“[In the] United States, different states speak in a different tone, and we here are very laid back, and we put them in our position where they settle down and enjoy it,” says Kanahele.

Today, lessons range in set prices from $35 to $75, but Kanahele still works to pass on the lessons he learned from Duke to visitors and the next generations of beach boys.

“When I became fifty, I asked the lord five years [to keep surfing],” says Kanahele. “He gave me ten. So I say, okay, five more, he gave me ten more. I’m on my third five.”

And he still treasures the wonders of his island home and his long-running career in the Pacific Ocean.

“It’s magical here, you’re healthy here, you’re teaching here, everything out there [in the ocean] is so magical,” says Kanahele. “The temperature is fine, the waves are fine, people here are good to you. They go back with fond memories, they come back with their grandchildren, their great-grandchildren.”
Reporter’s note: Local vernacular in Hawai’i mixes words from the Hawai’ian language and uses some unique forms of conjugation, which is reflected in some of the quotes in this article.

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a Guide to Using and Installing Door Bottoms for Weather Stripping Exterior Doors

One of the first things homeowners can do to weatherproof their home is to add weather stripping to their exterior doors. Adding a door sweep will seal the area between the bottom of the door and the door threshold.

Door sweeps are available in two basic types, ones that are constructed from metal and those that are constructed from vinyl. It is simply a matter of personal preference as to which type you buy.

To determine the length of the door sweep that you need to purchase measure the bottom of the door. Since exterior doors vary in size, measure each door that you will be placing a door sweep on. Since door sweeps are available in predetermined lengths, it may be necessary to adjust the length of the door sweep after you purchase it.

If you have purchased a vinyl door sweep, you can use a pair of sturdy scissors to trim it. If you have purchased a metal door sweep, use a hacksaw. If you don”t have one, borrow one from a neighbor, friend, or family member.

If you have to add door sweeps to several doors or have other projects lined up, you may want to invest in the purchase of a hacksaw. Typically, the cost of a basic hacksaw is approximately twenty dollars, depending on the brand and size.

Try to cut equal lengths from each end of the door sweep. In fact, it is always better to cut off too little at first rather than too much, so take your time. The door sweep needs to overlap the door threshold in order to achieve the maximum benefit. However, you need to also make sure that the door sweep will not interfere with the movement of the door.

Attaching the door sweeps is simple and straightforward. The vinyl sweeps usually have a self-adhesive backing that you use to attach it to the door bottom. Remove the plastic covering on the adhesive backing and stick the sweep to the bottom of the door. Be careful that you place the seep exactly where you want it to go.

Metal door sweeps come with screws that you will use to attach it to the door. Make a small mark on the door threshold where you will be placing the screws. Align the sweep and using a screwdriver, attach the sweep securely.

Installing door sweeps will block the airflow beneath them. This can help to reduce home heating and cooling bills.

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Who Are Your Kids Chatting with on Their Webcam?

Growing up we used to spend hours prank calling people we knew and also calling completely random numbers. The best calls were when you got someone on the line that got all mad and reacted in a way that made us want to call that person every five minutes forever. We just needed “stimulation.”

Then we grew up. Just in time for caller ID and no more prank phone calls. Back then, the telephone was the only technology we had access to, other than walkie talkies and hacking CB radios. Today is a whole new era.

All along we were told “not to talk to strangers.” It was the stranger that was strange and most likely to hurt you. Since then, “stranger danger” has been rebuffed by many. However new technologies are bringing back the danger in the stranger.

Your 12 year old daughter chatting in a park or online with a 35 year old stranger isn’t good. Chatting with that same 35 year old with a webcam is a disaster that will happen.

Then comes Chatroulette.

“Parents need to know that Chatroulette allows anyone with a webcam and Internet connection to instantly video chat with any other visitor anywhere in the world. Even if you don’t have a web cam, you can still use the site and view the other people using it. All you do is go to the site’s homepage, click a button to sync your webcam, and you are instantly connected randomly with other users.”

1. Talk to your kids about sites like these and the risks they pose.

2. Discuss both the good and potential bad intentions someone may have when on a site like this.

3. Explain how the anonymity of a site like this can motivate people to do and say things that aren’t socially acceptable in public.

4. Communicate to them that adults have a way of extracting information from minors and can manipulate them into saying and doing things they may later regret.

Robert Siciliano personal security expert to Home Security Source discussing Webcam Spying on The CW New York.

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Lease Equipment Financing - Great Rates/Terms & Structures for Canadian Business

Why do our firms customers keep coming back to us and asking us to provide them with Business Equipment Leasing alternatives?

We are pretty sure we know the reason, which is that in the current challenging financing environment for businesses of every size in Canada leasing continues to be one of the best alternative methods of acquiring equipment in a very cost effective manner!

We use the term equipment, but lets be clear that that term includes every business asset you can imagine for Canadian business needs – that includes construction equipment, airplanes, computers, telecom assets, software ( Yes software can be financed !) and every type of plant machinery and equipment .

Naturally every one of our customers asks for a ‘competitive ‘lease rate (well actually they ask for the best rate!) but we often point out that while every customer is due a competitive rate based on their overall credit quality, it is equally as important to ensure you have the right type of lease selected, the right term or length of lease, as well as the expertise in structuring your lease along the lines of your business model and financial and cash flow needs. For example, many of our customers are in ‘ seasonal ‘ businesses – that isn’t necessarily related to the weather all the time, its just the ebb and flow of their particular industry – for example a wholesale who has huge orders and contracts from a major retailer at Christmas time, etc .

Our customer are often surprised at the nuances that we can structure in a lease, such as seasonal payments, quarterly payments , sometimes even annual payments . In most cases it is not uncommon to finance all the taxes, plus the installation and maintenance relating to the equipment. (Think computing technology or sophisticated shop floor equipment).

Our customers know they have a need for the equipment. What they want is of course the equipment and the ability to preserve their capital, either their cash on hand or working capital by way of their bank operating line or asset based lending facility. Leasing of course does just that.

One of the less obvious but most important benefits of Equipment Leasing in Canada is the concept of ‘useful economic life ‘. Your accountant will give you all the technical details on that one, for our purposes lets just say simply that it allows you to match the term of your lease with your estimate on the equipments value. I worked in large scale computer financing for many years, and some customers financed their new Personal Computers every year on a 2 year lease – as most of us home computer users know that pretty well seems to be the life expectation of a PC today given continual upgrades and new technologies. So in essence that customer was taking advantage of leasing to match it to useful economic life. Yes the payments were of course higher for those two years ( it was better than writing a cheque for purchase thought ) but imagine if you entered into a 5 year lease on a new personal computers for your staff and found you needed new technology but had 3 more years of payments at the end of year two .

Lease payments more often than note are tax deductible, so they have further advantages over term loans obtained via banks or other financial institutions.

In summary, there are financial benefits and overall business benefits based on the proper use of leasing. Engage the services of a trusted, credible, and experienced lease advisor in this area of Canadian financing. He or she will help you maximize the amount of approved lease financing, structure competitive terms and rates based on your firms credit quality, and obtain a prompt approval so that your vendor or supplier can ship your equipment needs.

That’s a winning Canadian financing strategy.

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Health Benefits of Fasting

Matthew 6:17-18, “When you fast, do not look somber as the hypocrites do, for they disfigure their faces to show men they are fasting. I tell you the truth; they have received their reward in full. But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that it will not be obvious to men that you are fasting, but only to your Father, who is unseen; and your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

The health benefits of fasting:

a. Speaking from the medical or physical point of view it is excellent for the body; most of us eat far too much and to rest the digestive system periodically is good. After we feast, we should fast.

b. People who are overweight or obese would be well advised to fast in order to reduce.

c. Students who face strenuous examinations find it highly desirable to fast in order to increase the blood in the brain area; it gives more clarity of thought.

d. Some who fast for extended periods say that the first three or four days are the hardest but after that the mind becomes unusually clear.

e. Christians seeking the will of God could profitably spend time in prayer and fasting; with the mind clearer they would be able to think more logically and evaluate the various circumstances and interacting factors.

f. Furthermore, fasting demonstrates to the Lord the depth of our sincerity; that we are willing to importunately (Luke 11:8, “I tell you, though he will not get up and give him the bread because he is his friend, yet because of the man’s boldness he will get up and give him as much as he needs.”) knock and keep on knocking till light comes.

Jesus Christ was not legalistic in regard to fasts but likely kept the main Jewish fasts:

1. He fasted forty days and forty nights just prior to the great temptations. Matthew 4:2, “After fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry.”

2. He warned against the abuse of fasting. Matthew 6:16, “When you fast, do not look somber as the hypocrites do, for they disfigure their faces to show men they are fasting. I tell you the truth; they have received their reward in full.”

3. He taught that His disciples would fast after His departure. Mark2:20, “But the time will come when the bridegroom will be taken from them, and on that day they will fast.”

4. He gave some instructions regarding proper fasting. Matthew 6:17-18, “But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that it will not be obvious to men that you are fasting, but only to your Father, who is unseen; and your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

5. He associated prayer with fasting. Mark 9:29, “He replied, “This kind can come out only by prayer.”

6. He said that certain demons could only be cast out by prayer and fasting. Matthew 17:21, “However, this kind does not go out except by prayer and fasting.”

Fasting in the New Testament Church:

1. The Apostle Paul fasted. 2 Corinthians 6:5, “in beatings, imprisonments and riots; in hard work, sleepless nights and hunger;”

2. The Church fasted before prayer in Acts 13:3, “Then, having fasted and prayed, and laid hands on them, they sent them away.” before separating Paul and Barnabas for the ministry as missionaries in the regions beyond.

3. The Church fasted before appointing elders in Acts 14:23, “So when they had appointed elders in every church, and prayed with fasting, they commended them to the Lord in whom they had believed.”

4. Cornelius fasted for four days in Acts 10:30, “So Cornelius said, “Four days ago I was fasting until this hour; and at the ninth hour I prayed in my house, and behold, a man stood before me in bright clothing.”

5. Fasting seems to include not only abstinence from food but from legitimate, normal love relations between husbands and wives by mutual consent in 1 Corinthians 7:5, “Do not deprive one another except with consent for a time, that you may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again so that Satan does not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.”

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"Kalanyoni" -- the Call of the Bird - Confessions of a Wandering Jew

What a wild ride to get back to Zimbabwe! Last minute ticket purchases, 18 hours in the air, almost three days on the train without a change of clothes, the hurried taxi ride to airport Customs, the delayed baggage coach, the hurried shopping spree–then finally rest and refreshment at the Jameson. We had a 30-day visitor’s visa and a few contacts from Stan Hannan. Now what?

After lunch we rented a car and drove out the Bulawayo road. We wanted to drive by the Tredgold estate that we had rented in 1978. We were never quite sure why Sir Robert had named it “Kalanyoni,” the call of the bird. Maybe it was eucalyptus trees and their scent that had attracted various species of birds, or maybe it was his prize-winning aloe gardens. For us, Kalanyoni was our fondest memory or our time in Rhodesia. We regretted leaving it when we were transferred to Bulawayo.

What had been miles of grass and bush on the road to Kalanyoni was now a bustling township with hundreds of cement-block one and two room homes for thousands of African residents. We turned down the old farm road that led to Kalanyoni hoping that the beautiful thatched roof residence had survived the war.

The long driveway up the side of the hill to the house had been moved, but the row of eucalyptus trees still lined the old path, now overgrown with grass. We could see that the thatch roof of the main building–the house was still there! Maybe it was still available for us to rent!

As our rental car climbed the new driveway, we saw the familiar aloe gardens and, then, there it was–Oy! Someone had painted the whitewashed walls an odd pastel yellow! That was odd, but the place was intact.

We climbed out of our car and introduced ourselves to a European woman who was watering some flowers. She and her husband had purchased the estate from the Tredgold family a few years before. So, we wouldn’t be able to rent it again, but she allowed us to look around for a few minutes.

It was no longer the majestic residence of the former governor and high court magistrate. The place was not in very good repair and her color choices inside and out made the place look small and dingy. It was sad. We would discover that Kalanyoni’s condition was reflective of the aging and decay of Rhodesia in the new Zimbabwe. The basic structures were intact, but the “shine” seemed to be fading.

This was a surprise to us as we had hoped that the lifting of international sanctions against the old Rhodesian regime would lead to greater prosperity for whites and blacks alike. To the contrary, the stores seemed to be less well-stocked than when we left in 1978. Sanctions were lifted, but the value of the Zimbabwe dollar had already dropped 70% and the few new appliances and vehicles that were available were out of the reach of the all except the very rich.

Tourism had not rebounded after the end of the war and consequently, Zimbabwe was just as desperate for foreign currency as had been Rhodesia. The US dollar and South African Rand were heavily traded in the black market at more than twice the bank exchange rate. The Zimbabwe government was constantly pursuing black market exchanges of property, vehicles, precious metals and gems. White farmers who wished to emmigrate to South Africa were not allowed to take their farm equipment with them, neither were they allowed to sell their property in exchange for anything other than Zimbabwe dollars. And, of course, Zimbabwe currency was worthless outside of Zimbabwe.

As missionaries, we eschewed any of these schemes. We exchanged our US currency at the bank receiving Z$3.00 for each US dollar. [Today, one US dollar is worth over 12 billion Zimbabwe dollars.] Sadly, we would encounter a number of Christians who were using various schemes to finance their ministries. We just didn’t understand how they could reconcile proclaiming the truth of God while being financed by illegal means.

Even worse, what kind of example was this for the African Christians? Is it any surprise that today we all get internet solicitations from Africa offering us participation in fraudulent exchange schemes? Usually, these come from Nigeria or Kenya, but just last month, I received an email from a Zimbabwean “businessman” offering me 80% of a 10 million dollar estate if I would just “facilitate” the banking arrangements.

The seeds that would grow into the full-fledged human catastrophe that is Zimbabwe today were already taking root in 1983. Unfortunately, some of those seeds were planted by American missionaries.

With tears in our eyes, we left Kalanyoni to the birds that still called to us from the eucalyptus trees. As we were driving back towards downtown Harare, we saw a strange sight–a white man hitchhiking! Hitching a ride was common in Africa, but this was the first time we had seen a white hitchhiker. Maybe he was a tourist like us?

We offered him a ride only to find out that he was actually a Zimbabwe resident. “John” was a born-again Christian who invited us to visit his church on Sunday. He attended one of several prominent charismatic churches in Harare that ministered primarily to whites. Stopping for tea at his house, he explained that there were three large white charismatic churches in Harare: Rhema Bible Church (pastored by American missionaries Tom and Bonnie Deuschle), Faith Ministries, and the Christian Life Centre.

We had seen an ad for Rhema’s service in the local newspaper and were planning on visiting it the next morning for Sunday services. Hearing this, John became animated about his “doctrinal differences” with Rhema. Apparently, the Deuschles had founded it with the help of Rhema-Johannesburg in association with Kenneth Hagin ministries in Oklahoma. We had visited that South Africa mega-church the Sunday previous while we were in Johannesburg. It’s American-style ministry was identical to what we had experienced in the Word of Faith movement in the US. We had enjoyed the contemporary style worship, but also had serious questions about their “faith” teachings.

Apparently, Rhema in Zimbabwe had become a cause for major divisions in local Christian community. Well, we were just visitors and sought to become familiar with all those serving God in Zimbabwe. We agreed to visit Christian Life Centre for Sunday evening services.

So, we had been back for less than 6 hours and were already impacted by controversies in the Christian community. In order to clear our heads, we decided to drive out to our first home in Alexandra Park. Maybe our retired friends, the Petherams, still lived next door?

Alexandra Park at least, looked no different than the last time we had seen it. The Petherams were home and we spent the afternoon catching up with them. The whole time we had lived next time them during the war, we had never had a discussion that touched on religion. Of course, now that we had returned as ministers rather than warriors, we discovered that their own son was actively involved in his own evangelistic ministry in South Africa. Due to the currency restrictions, they were unable to support his ministry, but asked us to join them in praying for support from some interested South African Christian businessmen.

Returning to the hotel that evening, we considered the first day’s results. We had met an African Christian while shopping for clothes, been introduced to the major white ministries in Harare and made connections with a South African evangelistic outreach. Not bad for a Saturday! What would Sunday bring?

Next: Colorless Sunday Services

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Inversion Table ATI-001 - Review

For anyone suffering from chronic back pain, the Inversion Table is a great pain reliever. Bad posture, over the years, results in severe back pains, which can now be corrected at home, as blood circulation is restored and damage is repaired.

This Inversion Table has padded hand grips with adjustable heights and is made up of rolled steel frames. This equipment helps you to use your own body weight to alleviate the pressure that accumulates when you are crouched in a wrong position or due to severe pain from sitting all day. You can treat yourself at home and avoid surgical treatment at exorbitant costs.

You can download exercises and instructions of how to use the Inversion table online, for maximum benefits, so that your pain is reduced considerably. Check out the YouTube and see how to use the Inversion Table from the comfort of your own home.

Start your exercise slowly. A beginner should not exercise for more than a minute or two. Make sure you angle the table at 20 degrees initially. After a few weeks, when you are comfortable with the exercise, gradually increase the angle and the duration. You can use the Inversion table more than once a day as you increase the time. Try not to exceed beyond 1 – 2 minutes initially.

You can adjust the height to your satisfaction. I had bought this table for my mother who has been suffering with acute pain in the back and joints and she tells me that she is feeling very much better now. You can get a good deal at WV Writing Mega Store as they have several products on discounted offers right now. While the Listed Price is $169.99, they offer this Inversion Table at $114.33 which is a super saving of $56.66 straight away.

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King

My Lord and my Savior, the “King”; I ask that you bless all those who are yours and give them

strength and guidance thru you and the Holy Spirit to seek out the lost and witness to them

in accordance with your wishes. May the lost have open eyes to see the joy “yours” has and

the ears to hear your word to embrace the true you and no other; the King of the mighty universe

that you have prepared for us.

The father of creation and the colors for this earth for us to behold and the designer

of our destiny for eternity.

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