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From Homeless at 15 years old to Phi Theta Kappa in College
From Homeless at 15 years old to Phi Theta Kappa in College

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It’s inspiring to witness so many people becoming aware of the deep corruptions in our social systems, and building our capacity to actually do something about it. By guest writer Phillip J. Watt

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Falafel is a traditional deep fried middle eastern dish. We enjoy a wonderfully healthy version by adding a few extra things like turmeric and sweet potato and bake them in the oven instead. By Contributing Writer Trinity Bourne

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Whereas flaxseed has been enjoying its "superstar" status in the nutritional world for quite some time, sesame is still rarely appreciated for its true healing power. But all that is about to change... By contributing writer Sayer Ji
Whereas flaxseed has been enjoying its "superstar" status in the nutritional world for quite some time, sesame is still rarely appreciated for its true healing power. But all that is about to change... By contributing writer Sayer Ji

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Known mostly as a food condiment, this little black seed carries a medicinal punch so powerful it may be able to treat some of the world's most deadly diseases… By contributing writer Sayer Ji
Known mostly as a food condiment, this little black seed carries a medicinal punch so powerful it may be able to treat some of the world's most deadly diseases… By contributing writer Sayer Ji

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There are 5 distinct stages of awakening, and no matter where you are on your journey, when you understand each stage and where you are on the journey, you can recognize the sign posts along the way, and the possible pitfalls to avoid. By contributing writer Nanice Ellis

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Did you know that every time you talk about an unhealed wound or trauma, you re-activate it in your emotional, spiritual and physical bodies? Since your subconscious mind does not know the difference between current experience and past memory, as you speak or even think about an old issue, you experience it as if it is happening right now. Our wounds are meant to be healed. By Guest Writer Nanice Ellis

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