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Nothing is forever, life no matter how hard or tragic is still a blessing. To find your peace you have to dump all the issues you think you're facing and treat yourself right. Keep drama external from you, be indifferent to those who judge not just you but anyone. Personally, I understand what it means to always be misunderstood and alone. I find "me" time in the early morning watching the sunrise with coffee in hand a great ritual for me...find yourself a "me time" ritual and keep yourself busy so you don't have time for anxiety or depression. Find a cause to donate your time to...there's many people out there just like YOU. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. 

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Deep within us is an unrealized power more expansive than eternity, harnessed only by objectivity and unrelenting capacity to LOVE. 
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windy bag originally shared to Dying, Letting Go, Grief, Support, & Healing (Letting Go):
 
* What Do You See, Nurse?
What do you see, nurse... what do you see? Are you thinking - when you look at me: "A crabbed old woman, not very wise; Uncertain of habit with far-away eyes,
Who dribbles her food and makes no reply
When you say in a loud voice 'I do wish you'd try.'" Who seems not to notice the things that you do And forever is losing a stocking or shoe;
Who, resisting or not, lets you do as you will With bathing and feeding, the long day to fill. Is that what you're thinking, is that what you see? Then open your eyes, nurse. You're not looking at me!
I'll tell you who I am as I sit here so still. As I move at your bidding, eat at your will:
- I'm a small child of ten with a father and mother, Brothers and sisters who love one another;
- A young girl of sixteen with wings on her feet, Dreaming that soon a love she'll meet;
- A bride at twenty, my heart gives a leap, Remembering the vows that I promised to keep;
- At twenty-five now I have young of my own Who need me to build a secure, happy home.
- A woman of thirty, my young now grow fast.
Bound together with ties that should last.
- At forty, my young sons have grown up and gone, But my man's beside me to see I don't mourn;
- At fifty once more babies play 'round my knee Again we know children, my loved ones and me...
Dark days are upon me, my husband is dead. I look at the future, I shudder with dread.
For my young are all rearing young of their own, And I think of the years
and the love that I've known.
I'm an old woman now, and nature is cruel. 'Tis her jest to make old age look like a fool. The body, it crumbles, grace and vigor depart. There is a stone where I once had a heart.
But inside this old carcass a young girl still dwells, And now again my bittered heart swells; I remember the joys, I remember the pain and I'm loving and living life over again;
I think of the years, all too few, gone too fast And accept the stark fact that nothing can last; So open your eyes, nurse, open and see... not a crabbed old woman. Look closer... see me!
* [NOTE: This poem was reportedly written by a woman who died in the geriatric ward of Ashludie Hospital near Dundee, Scotland. It was found among her possessions and so impressed the staff that copies were made and distributed to every nurse in the hospital. Though it was addressed to the nurses who surrounded the woman in her last days, it cries for recognition of a common humanity...it could have been written to all of us.

NURSE'S RESPONSE - Author Unknown
What do we see, you ask, what do we see? Yes, we are thinking when looking at thee! We may seem to be hard when we hurry and fuss, But there's many of you, and too few of us.
We would like far more time to sit by you and talk, To bath you and feed you and help you to walk. To hear of your lives and the things you have done;
Your childhood, your husband, your daughter, and your son.
But time is against us, there's too much to do - Patients too many, and nurses too few.
We grieve when we see you so sad and alone, With nobody near you, no friends of your own. We feel all your pain, and know of your fear That nobody cares now your end is so near.
But nurses are people with feelings as well, And when we're together you'll often hear tell Of the dearest old Gran in the very end bed, And the lovely old Dad, and the things that he said,
We speak with compassion and love, and feel sad When we think of your lives and the joy that you've had.
When the time has arrived for you to depart, You leave us behind with an ache in our heart. When you sleep the long sleep, no more worry or care,
There are other old people, and we must be there. So please understand if we hurry and fuss - There are many of you, and too few of us.
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"GOT FLUORIDE?" The reality is that fluoride is a very dangerous chemical with serious risks of harm to both health and the environment. In truth, there are actually two different forms of what is called fluoride - calcium fluoride and sodium fluoride. Calcium fluoride appears naturally and is confined, for the most part, to underground water sources and, in some instances, seawater.In this form it is relatively benign, but prolonged exposure has been linked to skeletal and dental fluorosis. However, sodium fluoride, the form of fluoride that is added to most municipal water supplies, food, and drink, is a very dangerous and toxic chemical.It does not occur naturally and is not even one distinct substance. Rather, it is a conglomeration of many different chemicals that is given the name of sodium fluoride and paraded as a health benefit. It is essentially a mix of waste products from the nuclear, aluminum, and fertilizer industries.It is also used for rat poison and pesticides.The results of having water supplies contaminated with fluoride reads like a laundry list of health problems:cancer
genetic DNA damage
obesity
thyroid disruption
reduced IQ
lethargy
chronic fatigue
inability to focus
Alzheimer’s disease
accelerated aging
sleep disruption
brain disorders,
calcification of the pineal gland, etc.Interestingly enough, sodium fluoride also causes dental fluorosis, a yellowing and hardening of the teeth that causes teeth to break and wear down. This is quite ironic considering that the ADA promotes fluoride as an additive that prevents decay and promotes healthy teeth.
The distinction in BfR’s results between calcium fluoride and sodium fluoride is not readily made and, as is so often the case, the devil is in the details. Throughout the published study, all forms of fluoride are constantly referred to simply as "fluoride" with no delineation as to which form is being discussed, except by contextualization and observation. Occasionally, a specific form will be mentioned but, for the most part, the umbrella term “fluoride” is sufficient for the purpose of these researchers. This is how the toxin comes to be classified as a mineral and henceforth a nutrient. This is also where the nutrient group methodology comes into play. Sodium fluoride could not, by any stretch of the imagination, be considered to be a mineral or nutrient on its own. However, by using the nutrient group approach, which lumps all forms of the substance tested into one category, it slips under the radar.Indeed, in the section which discusses the sources of fluoride intake BfR states, Fluoride is taken up from solid foods, drinking water, mineral water, black tea, fluoride-containing toothpaste, dental care products, fluoridised table salt and, eventually, from fluoride-containing medicinal products here is clearly no distinction here between the different forms of fluoride. For example, the form of fluoride contained in mineral water (unless sodium fluoride was added) is calcium fluoride, while the fluoride contained in toothpaste is sodium fluoride. Yet there is no distinction given between the two."Thou shall not calcify my Pineal" 
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