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Pamela-anne

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    Healing From Thorn Wounds!

    2 months 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 willing to help others in need in...

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

    2 months 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 the message that was carried...

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    Hurtful Words- Deep Scars!

    2 months 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 the birthday party of the son of some...

  • Training Dog Owner
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    Training Dog Owner

    2 months 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. Zowie tended to make what was to...

  • Never Ending To Do's
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    Never Ending To Do's

    2 months 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 by a new task. At times it can seem...

  • Journey Towards Less Medication!
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    Journey Towards Less Medication!

    2 months 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
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    The God I See

    2 months 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 in the eyes of our Holy...

  • Dog Rescues Lost Souls!
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    Dog Rescues Lost Souls!

    2 months 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 beautiful island covered in forest and rocks...

  • Not a Beach Bunny!
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    Not a Beach Bunny!

    2 months 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 rays and waves. I agreed to...

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    Crossing the Border Scottish Style!

    2 months 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 (Greg) asking ten minutes into...

  • Our Animals Know!
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    Our Animals Know!

    2 months 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; throughout the years I have had...

  • Cell Vs. Face to Face
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    Cell Vs. Face to Face

    2 months 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 a cell phone while attempting...

  • Escape from Couch Island
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    Escape from Couch Island

    2 months 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. This is what I myself have been...

  • Living Life Around My Disability
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    Living Life Around My Disability

    2 months 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!

    2 months 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 in the world today are buying...

  • My Fish had Moving Stress!
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    My Fish had Moving Stress!

    2 months 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. Well I hadn't moved him since I got him...

  • We must Stop Littering!
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    We must Stop Littering!

    2 months 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 looking from my balcony day after...

  • Orchid the Flower of Perfection
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    Orchid the Flower of Perfection

    2 months 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, refinement, beauty and nobility. It is...

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

    2 months 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 gaining weight and getting out of...

  • Travel Tour Bonsai Style
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    Travel Tour Bonsai Style

    2 months 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; growing them in pots or bowls. The...

  • Children Overdosing!
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    Children Overdosing!

    2 months 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 tasting treat instead of...

  • Japanese Medicinal Remedy to Detoxify Organs
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    Japanese Medicinal Remedy to Detoxify Organs

    2 months 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 patch cures or improves...

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

    2 months 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!

  • Day Trip to the Museum
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    Day Trip to the Museum

    2 months 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 Toronto until 5:45 p.m. . When...

  • Quitting Smoking
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    Quitting Smoking

    2 months 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 off. Well apparently the month...

  • Meeting with Childhood Friends!
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    Meeting with Childhood Friends!

    2 months 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. This has brought forth a part...

  • Our Pets Love Us
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    Our Pets Love Us

    2 months 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 are wanting nothing more than...

  • Joan the Female Pope
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    Joan the Female Pope

    2 months 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 alike. Then there are others who...

  • Getting Away from Holiday Stresses
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    Getting Away from Holiday Stresses

    2 months 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 camping/boating holiday of a life...

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

    2 months 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?

    2 months 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 did I even see anything at...

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

    2 months 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 and cigarette. I had a few...

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

    2 months 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 stuff I collected I had planned...

  • Love Hurts Friendship Heals
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    Love Hurts Friendship Heals

    2 months 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 school. I remember Valentines...

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    Being Supportive of Yourself

    2 months 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 sometimes we choose not to...

  • My Beloved Pet Cat
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    My Beloved Pet Cat

    2 months 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.

  • Natural Aging and Romance
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    Natural Aging and Romance

    2 months 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

    2 months 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 15yrs. I couldn't believe it had been a 11yrs...

  • Easter - A Sacred Time
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    Easter - A Sacred Time

    2 months 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 well as boiling eggs and then...

  • Why People Adore Their Dogs
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    Why People Adore Their Dogs

    2 months 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 centuries. The earliest known union between man...

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

    2 months 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 became available to the rest of...

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

    2 months 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 was brought to China from...

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

    2 months 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 in between green and black tea with a...

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    Butterfly Amazing Insect

    2 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.

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    The Dalai Lama- Man of Peace.

    2 months ago

    I have always been in awe of the Dalai Lama and his pure non-violent way of life pushing peace instead of war not lifting a hand in anger to another living being. When he does lift his hand it is a helping hand that he holds fourth in peace. ...

  • Keeping Our Brains Active
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    Keeping Our Brains Active

    2 months ago

    Yesterday I had the proud honor of attending my older brother's graduation where he was presented with his Masters in Theological Studies at the University of Toronto. My brother got his Masters at the tender age of 51 which just goes to show us we...

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

    2 months ago

    I recently started drinking Green tea in place of coffee when I learned about all the extra health benefits it has. The main one I was drawn to is that Green tea helps lower the blood cholesterol levels. I have high cholesterol levels so I decided...

  • How to Quit Smoking - Replace Bad Habit with Good Habit!
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    How to Quit Smoking - Replace Bad Habit with Good Habit!

    2 months ago

    This hub gives some suggestions on ways to quit smoking- quitting a bad habit and replacing it with a good habit!

  • Angels Are Amongst Us
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    Angels Are Amongst Us

    2 months ago

    Do you believe that you have a guardian angel? I like the idea that someone is out there watching over me; trying to protect me from the evil out in the world. I hope and pray I have a Guardian Angel!

  • How early can a Puppy go into Heat?
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    How early can a Puppy go into Heat?

    2 months ago

    In Heat at 5 months Well apparently puppies can go into heat as early as five-months. I was literally shocked when I found out this important bit of information. How that came about was my nine-month old puppy went into heat. If we had of been...

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