For years I've been wanting to start my own metaphysical store. I not only want to accommodate new age belief systems but eastern world, science, & philosophy beliefs as well.
I've seen three shops about five years ago close down or move to strictly online. Is this because of the covienence of online shopping? People have written articles the past decade on how rapidly spiritual beliefs are growing. If that's the case what happened to all the physical shops. Why wouldn't people want to shop locally for their supplies?
by junko 4 years ago
I remember when I was growing up in a community where there were small community supermarkets and appliance stores all around the town. There were Drug stores and hardware stores, bakeries, and fish markets in walking distance all over town. Walmart drove almost all of those small business...
by fierycj 8 years ago
I go to some Churches and the preachers are shooting New Age from their pulpits. I read a damn book, I find New Age. I go online, all I see is New Age. Hubbers talk New Age. Everywhere New Age! Is it just some new spiritual craze, like say yoga or meditation, or is it part of scriptural prophecy...
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Walgreens has been sued By Edwin Dewitt, pharmacist, over immunizations.http://www.idahostatesman.com/2012/05/2 … -over.htmlIt seems that Dewitt's religion considers any injectable substance, including medicines, to be "harmful" to the body and is forbidden. When Walgreens...
by Laura Schneider 2 years ago
When a Company Goes Out of Business, what happens if there is litigation pending against them?Acme Co. Inc. is being sued by Person A. Person A wins the lawsuit and is awarded a reasonable amount of money. If the company goes out of business before it has paid Person A, can Person A still get their...
by betteryou 8 years ago
I have found several interesting topics here in this forum and I'm actually surprised by comments from some Hubbers.... I saw these comments, "I do not believe that Mary or Jesus existed at all.", "the Bible FAILS"Why pick up a book to read in order to look for faults therein;...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
The intellectual underpinning of The Age of Enlightenment(roughly between 1706 t0 1792) AKA The Age of Reason as propounded by Thomas Paine in his seminal book of the same title was supposed to unbound man from the constricting embrace of both religious and governmental maelstrom, as...
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