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I am a freelance-writer trying to find my way in the world of internet.  I enjoy painting flower pots as a hobby as well as taking walks and spending time with loved ones.  I was born in Dumbarton, Scotland but I immigrated to this fine country when I was three.  I am proud to be an adopted Canadian!  I hope you will enjoy reading my hubs as much as I enjoyed writing them.

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  • Finding Ways to Reach our Goals!
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    Finding Ways to Reach our Goals!

    3 years ago

    Finding ways to reach the point of making negotiations for your cause or goal is an important key in reaching them. One of my personal causes is trying to find ways to get the "Yes" concerning upgrading...

  • Reactions towards Death
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    Reactions towards Death

    3 years ago

    I am going to share a few of my personal experiences of death in this hub and how they effected or influenced my personal outlook towards death. The most recent I experienced was the death of my beloved red devil...

  • RFID - Radio Frequency Identification Device
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    RFID - Radio Frequency Identification Device

    3 years ago

    Since the invention of "RFID's" they have aided in gathering personal information that we as the public are mostly unaware of. This information is being gathered from many of our daily household items such as...

  • Tales of Bizarre Burial Rituals
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    Tales of Bizarre Burial Rituals

    3 years ago

    This hub is based on various bizarre burial rituals from around the world; what is normal burial rituals in one culture can seem very strange to others.

  • Tale of Bizarre Rituals
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    Tale of Bizarre Rituals

    3 years ago

    One of the most terrible rituals I have ever heard of is the Hindu ritual of Sati. This horrible ritual involves the Hindu widow throwing herself on the funeral pier of her husband; committing suicide by burning herself...

  • Mothers of the World
    4

    Mothers of the World

    3 years ago

    We all are given life by our brave mothers that endure the pains and discomforts of child birth to give us life in this world. Yet most Mothers don't often talk about the painful side of this experience but instead...

  • Sustainer of Life -  Water
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    Sustainer of Life - Water

    3 years ago

    This amazing compound that has no particular taste or color is responsible for keeping all living things alive. When you think of all the different kinds of life forms that are linked by this common need for water in...

  • A Taste for Cannibalism Perhaps?
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    A Taste for Cannibalism Perhaps?

    3 years ago

    What makes those who eat their own species flesh perform such an awful deed. I can't imagine chewing on a body part of a fellow human or preparing a dish in which "Human Rump Roast" is the main dish of the...

  • White Horse Hill
    2

    White Horse Hill

    3 years ago

    For those of us who have a special love or fondness for horses perhaps visiting Uffington in Oxfordshire England would be the place for you to take a nice day trip to. On the other hand if you are someone who loves...

  • India's Caves - Ellora Caves
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    India's Caves - Ellora Caves

    3 years ago

    The second leg of my journey on visiting caves of India takes me to the world heritage site of the "Ellora Caves". These majestic caves are located 29km North-West of the city of Aurangabad in the Indian...

  • India's Caves - Ajunta Caves
    0

    India's Caves - Ajunta Caves

    3 years ago

    If I am blessed in visiting India someday I would love to visit the Ajanta and Ellora Caves. These caves are pieces of India' s History each site is approx. 62 miles apart. I am going to start with some of the history...

  • Atlantic Puffin- Clown of the Sea
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    Atlantic Puffin- Clown of the Sea

    3 years ago

    I like many people of the world adore the cute little Atlantic Puffin - the clown of the sea. This curious looking little bird spends most of it's time out at sea; only coming to land to join breeding colonies during...

  • Hindu- Festival of Holi
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    Hindu- Festival of Holi

    3 years ago

    I have always been an admirer of the lovely colors of India so rich and deep with many shades of brilliant colors. No time is India more colorful than during the "Festival of Holi" during March one of the...

  • New Guinea Home of the Birds of Paradise
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    New Guinea Home of the Birds of Paradise

    3 years ago

    New Guinea is the only place in the world today that birds of paradise can be found why is that so we do not know for sure. At one time people would tell a tale in that they would say that the birds of paradise must...

  • Super Fruit- Garcinia Cambogia
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    Super Fruit- Garcinia Cambogia

    3 years ago

    This is an exotic fruit that is found in Asian countries such as India and Indonesia. I would list it right up beside the Avacado as another "Super Fruit". Like the Avacado it offers many health benefits. ...

  • Bird's Nest Soup
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    Bird's Nest Soup

    3 years ago

    The Chinese have used the nests of White-nest Swifts and the Black-nest Swifts for hundreds of years as main ingredient in bird nest soup, also served as a sweet and also use them for medicine to aide in certain...

  • Time to Change Climate Change
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    Time to Change Climate Change

    3 years ago

    Many of us have a vague idea of what "climate change" is or what causes it. Most of us know it is somehow caused by car exhaust, industrial pollution, and changing weather. The average person isn't well...

  • Jonah and the Big Fish/Whale
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    Jonah and the Big Fish/Whale

    3 years ago

    This is one of the strangest accounts in the bible. It begins with God commanding Jonah to preach repentance to the people of the city of Nineveh. Jonah did not want to go near this city as it was filled with...

  • Easter in Jerusalem at the Holy Sepulcher.
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    Easter in Jerusalem at the Holy Sepulcher.

    3 years ago

    Thousands of Christians from around the world will be spending their Easter Holy Saturday visiting the "Holy Sepulcher". It is here that the known site of Christ's burial and resurrection is located. This is...

  • Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Lochview
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    Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Lochview

    3 years ago

    In 2011 there was an anonymous benefactor who gifted a property to the people of Orkney. The house is located right next to the Orkney Research Center for Archeological Excavations on the Ness of Brodgar. This was a...

  • Panda's Arrive in Toronto!
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    Panda's Arrive in Toronto!

    3 years ago

    The Panda bear is my mother's favorite animal; along with many others of the world. It is easy to see why as they are such adorable looking creatures; making it very easy for people to fall in love with them. Well today...

  • Krill Oil A Healthy Supplement
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    Krill Oil A Healthy Supplement

    3 years ago

    It is said that "Krill Oil" is the healthier choice compared to "Fish Oil" as it seems to have more health benefits. Harvesting "Krill" is fairly new most of it is used for feed at fish...

  • Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Barnhouse Settlement
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    Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Barnhouse Settlement

    3 years ago

    Near the south shore of Harray loch, is the remains of a Stone Age settlement. This settlement is commonly known as the "Barnhouse Settlement". In 1984 archeologist Dr. Colin Richards was out on a...

  • Violin made from Tsunami Debris
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    Violin made from Tsunami Debris

    3 years ago

    This hub is based around the story of a 71 yr.old violin maker "Muneyuki Nakazawa" who took debris from the Tsunami that hit Japan in 2011 and created violins from it.

  • Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland -Ring o'Brodgar
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    Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland -Ring o'Brodgar

    3 years ago

    This ancient site is located by a small strip of land that is in between Stenness and Harray lochs. The age of this monument is not known for sure because the interior has yet to be excavated. Most believe it was...

  • Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland -Skara Brae
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    Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland -Skara Brae

    3 years ago

    Today on my wee adventure I'll be learning about the Neolithic village of "Skara Brae"; considered by many to be one of the most incredible monuments in Europe. It is located on the Southern shore of the Bay...

  • Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Maeshowe
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    Archeological Sites of Orkney Scotland- Maeshowe

    3 years ago

    I have been exploring and researching archeological sites of the lands of Orkney Scotland (my homeland). I hope you will join me in this wee adventure (on paper) as I tell of the "unearthed tales" of an era...

  • Healthy Sugar Alternative- Coconut Palm Sugar!
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    Healthy Sugar Alternative- Coconut Palm Sugar!

    3 years ago

    This is a sugar that is made from the flower buds of the coconut palm. The different types of palms used to make palm sugar are the following: date palm, sago palm, sugar palm and palmyra palm. The farmers collect sap...

  • Purple Day/ Epilepsy Awareness Month!
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    Purple Day/ Epilepsy Awareness Month!

    3 years ago

    I myself suffer from Epilepsy so this month is a special month for me. The month of March is now the official "Epilepsy Awareness Month" and the 26th of March is Purple Day. On March 26th people show their...

  • Famous Sushi Chef - Jiro Ono
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    Famous Sushi Chef - Jiro Ono

    3 years ago

    Jiro Ono is one if not the most famous well respected sushi chef; operating just a stones throw from the Tokyo subway. Jiro is 86yrs. old working a long full day starting from sunrise to way past sunset perfecting the...

  • Holy Light - Heals!
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    Holy Light - Heals!

    3 years ago

    Since I welcomed Jesus into my life I feel as if his holy light is piercing through the holes in my sole where thorns used to be. I believe the thorns in my soul are being released; in their place I feel the light...

  • Avocado - Fruit of Healing
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    Avocado - Fruit of Healing

    3 years ago

    I was recently introduced to the benefits of the Avocado fruit when I started to use my nutri-bullet and it's recipe book for health drinks or smoothies. When I read further into what type of vitamins nutrients the...

  • Ai Weiwei Artist with a Mission
    1

    Ai Weiwei Artist with a Mission

    3 years ago

    Ai Weiwei is a gifted man with many talents; born in Beijing, China Aug 28th 1957. He did not come from a privileged background he spent his childhood in a Chinese work camp. This is not a place an innocent child should...

  • Facial Nerve Damage- Bell's palsy
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    Facial Nerve Damage- Bell's palsy

    2 years ago

    I had never heard of Bell's palsy until last night when I received a call from my mother. One minute we were discussing my course transcripts the next thing I hear my mother mention something about my younger brother's...

  • Waiting to be Accepted.
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    Waiting to be Accepted.

    3 years ago

    About a week ago my dear friend (Debbie) sent me an email that got my blood pumping and had me filled with a level of excitement that I haven't felt in ages! This email contained information on a course being offered at...

  • Diet Date with Mate!
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    Diet Date with Mate!

    3 years ago

    My Soul Mate and I have decided to go on a diet together, starting March 1/2013. I always find when trying to quit or start things giving myself a start date to begin or end something helps me to prepare for the...

  • My First Bible
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    My First Bible

    3 years ago

    As a new Christian I had no idea that shopping for my own personal bible would be so over-whelming! I didn't have a clue that there was so many versions of the bible to choose from!

  • Choosing the Right Bible!
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    Choosing the Right Bible!

    3 years ago

    It all started about five years ago when I mentioned to my parents that I had an interest in reading the family bible. They showed concern as the family bible is in bad shape it needs to be repaired as it is over...

  • Healing from Thorn Wounds!
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    Healing from Thorn Wounds!

    2 years ago

    A great method for personal healing is to help others in the healing of their wounded souls. We must learn that we cannot always be on the receiving end of kindness but we must also be on the giving end. We must be...

  • Thorns that Pierce Our Souls!
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    Thorns that Pierce Our Souls!

    2 years ago

    I heard a lovely song today on a Christian show. It was written by the man and woman who were singing it. The man played acoustic guitar while singing harmony with the woman. The tune itself was a very simple one but...

  • Hurtful Words- Deep Scars!
    15

    Hurtful Words- Deep Scars!

    3 years ago

    When I was a young girl I was called "Freckle Face" by other kids that wanted to hurt or tease me; we all know that kids can be cruel. I remember one time in particular when my family and I had been invited to...

  • Olympic Torch of Pride
    2

    Olympic Torch of Pride

    3 years ago

    It doesn't matter what country we are from or how much we are involved in sports in our everyday lives but when it comes to the Olympics we are living through the athletes that represent our countries. They represent...

  • Training Dog Owner
    3

    Training Dog Owner

    3 years ago

    My dear friend Mike was having some issues with his 11 month old Black Sheppard (Zowie) as she was very high strung, full of energy and strong. She had no problem pulling Mike down the street and he is no small man....

  • Never Ending To Do's
    9

    Never Ending To Do's

    3 years ago

    In the world we live in today it seems like almost everything we do is at a hectic pace. We don't have time to stop and smell the flowers; no sooner is one thing checked of the "To-do" list and it is replaced...

  • Tea Pot Social
    4

    Tea Pot Social

    3 years ago

    I come from a Scottish background and when it comes to having tea that is just part of everyday life to me. My family in general drink more tea than coffee. The only time coffee was served in my parents home was at or...

  • Journey Towards Less Medication!
    15

    Journey Towards Less Medication!

    3 years ago

    Taking medications to help with an illness can be good; but we must research to find out the kind of side-effects to expect. We may be doing ourselves more harm than good!

  • The God I See
    20

    The God I See

    3 years ago

    The God that I envision does not go under any particular religion but rather that he is the Holy Father of all living creatures of our Universe. No matter what our shape, color, or financial status none of this matters...

  • Dog Rescues Lost Souls!
    16

    Dog Rescues Lost Souls!

    3 years ago

    This is a true story about a beloved dog named "R" who led my parents and I out of a woods that we had gotten lost in. We were camping on a large island on Georgian Bay called Beausli Island. This is a...

  • Looking Beyond the Image in the Mirror
    11

    Looking Beyond the Image in the Mirror

    3 years ago

    It has taken me many years of tears, anger, frustration and self-pity to finally get off the "poor me trip". I have been through a lot of hurt and disappointment in my life but accepting and loving myself for...

  • Not a Beach Bunny!
    5

    Not a Beach Bunny!

    3 years ago

    Last week my friend (Linda) and I took a day trip to Grand Bend which is located on Lake Huron, it is a lovely scenic spot. This is a wonderful hangout for the sun worshippers, beach-bunnies and the like to soak up some...

  • Crossing the Border Scottish Style!
    0

    Crossing the Border Scottish Style!

    3 years ago

    Looking back into my childhood some of my fondest memories was when we would go to visit our relatives in Warren County, Michigan. Some of the normal routine of this particular road trip would be: my younger brother...

  • Are You Riding the Right Wave in Life?
    21

    Are You Riding the Right Wave in Life?

    3 years ago

    There was an experiment conducted back in 1967 by a history teacher (Ron Jones) at the Cubberley High School in Palo Alto California. Mr.Jones was a teacher of a "Contemporary World" history class. He found...

  • Dad you're my Hero!
    13

    Dad you're my Hero!

    3 years ago

    Father's Day is a special day of the year where we get to give special thanks to our dads. I was definitely a "daddy's girl" I just loved and cherished getting attention from my dad as far back as I can...

  • Our Animals Know!
    21

    Our Animals Know!

    3 years ago

    What is it that our animals know that we do not? For all humans are supposed to be the most intelligent species sometimes I am not so sure. I have suffered from Grand-mal seizures since the age of 18 I am now 48;...

  • Cell Vs. Face to Face
    8

    Cell Vs. Face to Face

    3 years ago

    It seems like every second person has a cell phone stuck to the side of their heads or within reach just waiting for that all important text message. The best scenario is people behind the wheel of a vehicle, talking on...

  • Escape from Couch Island
    10

    Escape from Couch Island

    3 years ago

    It is very hard to get off the couch but we must try and make a point of getting up and finding something healthier to do. A great way to get some exercise is to go for a walk perhaps with your partner, dog or both....

  • Old Rubbish Bins Must be Replaced!
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    Old Rubbish Bins Must be Replaced!

    3 years ago

    The communities within our beautiful country (Canada) as well as others around the world must start taking a more serious approach to fighting against the rubbish creatures. These rubbish creatures are covering our...

  • No Soup for You!
    7

    No Soup for You!

    3 years ago

    I had invited my good friend (Linda) over for dinner yesterday I had told her ahead of time that my homemade "French Onion Soup" would be the soup of the day. That day I went to the grocer's picking up all the...

  • Sweet Tasting Poison (Aspartame)
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    Sweet Tasting Poison (Aspartame)

    3 years ago

    I was actually shocked to find out that over 92 health problems can be linked to "Aspartame Poisoning" brought on by the consumption of Aspartame. There have been deaths that have been caused by...

  • Living Life Around My Disability
    11

    Living Life Around My Disability

    2 years ago

    I know that my disability is part of my life but I will not allow it totally run my life!

  • Ontario Recycle Water Bottles!
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    Ontario Recycle Water Bottles!

    3 years ago

    We must continue to find ways to protect and save our natural resources such as our supplies of clean drinking water. We all must look to finding ways to recycle more products such as plastic water bottles. More people...

  • My Fish had Moving Stress!
    2

    My Fish had Moving Stress!

    3 years ago

    When I moved house along with my beloved Red Devil Cichlid "Mr.Fish" it was a stressfull time for us both. I adopted him from a friend in 2003 he was four years old he lived to be the ripe old age of fifteen....

  • We must Stop Littering!
    2

    We must Stop Littering!

    3 years ago

    I recently moved to a new apartment where I face onto a tree-lined lane; beyond the trees is an expressway. The trees and green space are a natural shield helping to conceal the ugly view of the expressway. As I sat...

  • Orchid the Flower of Perfection
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    Orchid the Flower of Perfection

    3 years ago

    The orchid has been a part of Chinese culture for many centuries; as well as part of its history,art, literature and is also used in Chinese medicine. The Chinese believed that the orchid stood for friendship,...

  • What does it mean when I am Craving Chewy food?
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    What does it mean when I am Craving Chewy food?

    3 years ago

    Cravings are something that scientists have tried to explain for example: take a perfectly healthy person who is eating properly, exercising etc. then all of a sudden they start to gorge themselves on junk food thus...

  • Travel Tour Bonsai Style
    4

    Travel Tour Bonsai Style

    3 years ago

    This style or form of art actually originated from China not Japan; it was adopted by the Japanese. The Chinese were first known to use this form of art in 700AD; they would use special techniques to dwarf trees;...

  • Children Overdosing!
    3

    Children Overdosing!

    2 years ago

    Children's medicines today taste nothing like medicines of old which tasted awful and no child wanted to take them. Today their tastes are so agreeable to children that children are taking them like some kind of sweet...

  • Japanese Medicinal Remedy to Detoxify Organs
    2

    Japanese Medicinal Remedy to Detoxify Organs

    3 years ago

    I have recently received a pamphlet in the mail which describes a Japanese medical patch that will detoxify our bodies while we sleep. As I was reading all this I was amazed at how many different types of ailments this...

  • No Royal Toilets in Palace Versailles!
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    No Royal Toilets in Palace Versailles!

    3 years ago

    I can't imagine going to a big fancy ball only to find that there is no toilets! I am glad that I am in the era that comes with flushing toilets- hooray for modern facilities!

  • History of Valentines Day
    4

    History of Valentines Day

    3 years ago

    This is the day we all think of that special person or persons that we hold close and dear to our hearts. It was originally known as a Christian holiday on which homage was payed to three martyrs with the names St....

  • Day Trip to the Museum
    3

    Day Trip to the Museum

    3 years ago

    Last Friday my friend and I took a trip to Toronto mainly to renew his passport at the German consulate. We had the whole afternoon to spend doing whatever we wished as our return train back to Kitchener wasn't leaving...

  • Quitting Smoking
    2

    Quitting Smoking

    3 years ago

    On Jan 31/2011 I quit smoking for six months; I started up again when I went on holiday in August and have been puffing away ever since. I have been trying to pick a new quitting starting date but have been putting it...

  • Does Apocalypse Draw Near or A Visit from Aliens?
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    Does Apocalypse Draw Near or A Visit from Aliens?

    2 years ago

    According to the ancient Maya civilizations long calendar Apocalypse was to have occurred on Dec 21/2012. There was of course different opinions or theories on what the translation of the Maya long calendar actually...

  • Meeting with Childhood Friends!
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    Meeting with Childhood Friends!

    3 years ago

    I just recently was contacted by a dear childhood friend through the great website- facebook.com. By using this great tool it has given me the chance to reconnect with my past; it has opened a portal into my childhood....

  • Our Pets Love Us
    4

    Our Pets Love Us

    3 years ago

    The pets that we have in our lives bring us unconditional love and loyalty. We know their affections towards us are not based on what we look like or what we have in our bank accounts. They accept us totally for who we...

  • Joan the Female Pope
    3

    Joan the Female Pope

    3 years ago

    Could it be true that there was actually a female Pope? There is many opinions on this mysterious topic. Some believe it was no more than a bit of folklore; this opinion is held by religious scholars and historians...

  • Rules and Ways to Letting Go of your Hoarding
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    Rules and Ways to Letting Go of your Hoarding

    3 years ago

    I think most of us have collected things over the years that we can't seem to part with for one reason or another. I personally have kept clothes that I loved but could no longer wear because I had gained weight so I...

  • Getting Away from Holiday Stresses
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    Getting Away from Holiday Stresses

    3 years ago

    Most people look forward to their holidays with great anticapation on how wonderful it will be; picture perfect is the vision most of us see. We pack all our gear and jump into our vehicles heading off towards the...

  • Visiting Faith Healer "John of God" in Brazil.
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    Visiting Faith Healer "John of God" in Brazil.

    3 years ago

    This hub is based on a pilgrimage that my younger brother (Greg) and myself made to Brazil to visit the world famous faith healer - John of God.

  • Midnight Bat-Minton Anyone?
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    Midnight Bat-Minton Anyone?

    3 years ago

    It was shortly after midnight and I was just starting to slowly shut my eyes ready for a good night's sleep; when all of a sudden I thought I saw a fluttering shape go past my head; thinking was that a bat I just saw or...

  • Living Beyond the Smoke Haze.
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    Living Beyond the Smoke Haze.

    3 years ago

    I recently quit smoking which in turn led to me quitting coffee and alcohol (beer) being my alcohol beverage of choice. I was not a daily drinker but I was a daily smoker; starting my day with my wake up morning coffee...

  • Separating the Junk from the Treasures
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    Separating the Junk from the Treasures

    3 years ago

    I finally tackled the yearly spring cleaning of the backyard and garage; something I dread doing but something that must be done. Over the years I have managed to collect a lot of stuff that I don't use; a lot of the...

  • Love Hurts Friendship Heals
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    Love Hurts Friendship Heals

    2 years ago

    In life there can be many times when we go through the pains of getting hurt in love from our first love to our last love and everyone in between. Many of us experienced our first love or crush when we where in grade...

  • Being Supportive of Yourself
    3

    Being Supportive of Yourself

    3 years ago

    For most people their worst critic in life is themselves. Who better knows what we are capable of accomplishing than ourselves. Our inner voice is there always getting a few words in no matter what the topic. In fact...

  • My beloved Pet Cat
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    My beloved Pet Cat

    3 years ago

    Smokey my cat was a special friend of my childhood; who always gave me her love and affection unconditionally. Petting her soft coat gave me a sense of comfort and calm. I miss my dear furry friend.

  • March 17th - Day of Green!
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    March 17th - Day of Green!

    3 years ago

    For those of us who don't know this special date (March 17th) it is better known as St. Patrick's Day. This is a day of celebration that occurs around the world in various countries such as Canada, US, Germany, South...

  • Natural Aging and Romance
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    Natural Aging and Romance

    2 years ago

    This hub is basically about remembering to love yourself for the person you are; especially when going through tough periods in your life such as a break-up in a romantic relationship.

  • Red Devil Cichlid Story
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    Red Devil Cichlid Story

    3 years ago

    I never found fish particularly exciting or interesting until I met my "Red Devil" better known as "Mr. Fish". I adopted him from a friend when he was four years old; he lived to the ripe old age of...

  • Being Sympathetic of Others Feelings
    2

    Being Sympathetic of Others Feelings

    3 years ago

    Many of us at one time or another has said or done something that maybe was not appropriate at the time it occurred. These are those times when we want to stick our feet in our mouth's to stop ourselves from spewing out...

  • Easter - A Sacred Time
    1

    Easter - A Sacred Time

    3 years ago

    Most people today when you say Easter their first thoughts are of chocolate bunnies, eggs, and an assortment of wonderful Easter colored candy. Not to forget the wonderful tradition of going on an Easter egg hunt, as...

  • Why People Adore their Dogs
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    Why People Adore their Dogs

    3 years ago

    People hold their four-legged friends close to their hearts for many different reasons. The dog was named "man's best friend" for many people this is so. Man's relationship with the dog goes back many...

  • Gazing at Teas of the World - White Tea
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    Gazing at Teas of the World - White Tea

    3 years ago

    Out of all the teas of the world white tea is the least processed it also has 3 times the antioxidants that black or green tea have. It has been enjoyed for over a thousand years by the Chinese but has only recently...

  • Gazing at Teas of the World - Jasmine Tea
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    Gazing at Teas of the World - Jasmine Tea

    3 years ago

    Jasmine tea is one of the most well known teas of the world whether you have tried it or not you probably have heard of it at some point. Jasmine tea has been around since the Song Dynasty (960-1270AD); a jasmine plant...

  • Gazing at Teas of the World - Oolong Tea!
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    Gazing at Teas of the World - Oolong Tea!

    3 years ago

    Oolong tea which is also known as Wu-long which means "black dragon" in Chinese is a tea that has been around for over 400 yrs. believed to have come about near the end of the Ming Dynasty. It is a tea that is...

  • Butterfly Amazing Insect
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    Butterfly Amazing Insect

    19 months ago

    When we look at the butterfly we think of it as such a delicate and fragile creature of the natural world. It is surprising that there are species such as the Monarch that migrate great distances.

  • The Dalai Lama- Man of Peace.
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    The Dalai Lama- Man of Peace.

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