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Wonderful Article, I needed this today!
This is such an incredibly important reminder and most valuable secret in life. I strongly believe that without laughter, you’re walking dead awaiting the end. With it, life is a full of wonderment, curiosity, exploration, fearless and worthwhile. So don’t be too serious. I constantly have to work on this myself. There’s a time and …
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Linda Lee honors one of Bruce Lee's Mentors Fook Yueng
Linda Lee honored Master Fook Yueng as being a Friend and Mentor to Bruce Lee at the Bruce Lee Foundation event in Seattle.  Jesse Glover and I took Master Yueng there. Here is Jesse R. Glover with Fook Yueng at Master Yueng's 80th Birthday Party. Article a...
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My Grandson is Very Sick My Daughter is Raising Money to Help with Medical Expenses
My Grandson has a rare Genetic Disorder.  My Daughter has started a Go Fund me account to help with medical expenses.  We appreciate your prayers, thoughts and contributions.  Weston is our precious beautiful little man a huge battle for such a little guy h...
My Grandson has a rare Genetic Disorder.  My Daughter has started a Go Fund me account to help with medical expenses.  We appreciate your prayers, thoughts and contributions.  Weston is our precious beautiful little man a hug...
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A new study from the Ghandi lab at the University of California, Irvine finds that transplantation of embryonic cortical interneurons into the adult visual cortex of mice can reopen the critical period of plasticity in the visual system. The data suggests that there may one day be new interventions for restoring visual perception later in life for children who have early vision deficits. Continue reading: bit.ly/1AStzZL
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My Grandson has a rare Genetic Disorder.  My Daughter has started a Go Fund me account to help with medical expenses.  We appreciate your prayers, thoughts and contributions.  Weston is our precious beautiful little man a hug...
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Most people think of diabetes as an endocrine or metabolic disease, but a new study in the journal Neurology shows that diabetes also affects the brain. Researchers followed a group of 40 people with an average age of 66, of whom 19 had type 2 diabetes. They had been treated for diabetes for around 13 years, and researchers at Harvard Medical School followed them for an additional two years. At baseline and the end of the study, the researchers measured blood flow to the brain and various cognitive abilities. The researchers found that, after two years, the participants with type 2 diabetes showed significant negative changes in their ability to regulate the brain's blood flow, which was then associated with changes in cognition and memory. These blood flow changes may be an early predictor of later cognitive changes, the researchers say. Read more: http://bit.ly/1O1c8Ia

Journal article: Inflammation-associated declines in cerebral vasoreactivity and cognition in type 2 diabetes. Neurology, 2015. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000001820
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The Seed of Life.
The Seed of Life represents the seven stages, steps, or days of Creation. The Creation of a Vibrating Pattern of Space (electromagnetic radiation) is the actual process of Creation itself which otherwise is symbolized by various concepts such as “Days of Creation” to make something otherwise almost impossible to explain, much easier to handle.
The Seed of Life is a primary building block of the Flower of Life, from which comes forth the Fruit of Life. Another blueprint for Everything, the Fruit of Life creates all elements, molecules, organisms, and even everything else in the Universe. In other words, everything that abides in Reality comes from the form of the Seed of Life.
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[Air]  Euclid.  Elements.  13-14

To construct an octahedron and comprehend it in a sphere, as in the preceding case [Fire, the pyramid]; and to prove that the square on the diameter of the sphere is double the square on the side of the octahedron.
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How Smiling Affects Your Brain

Each time you smile you throw a little feel-good party in your brain. The act of smiling activates neural messaging that benefits your health and
happiness.  For starters, smiling activates the release of neuropeptides that work toward fighting off stress. Neuropeptides are tiny molecules that allow neurons to communicate...

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-leadership/201206/there-s-magic-in-your-smile
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