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  • Types of divination: Ornithomancy
    Types of divination: Ornithomancy
    There are many forms of divination. Some Pagans are adept in using several forms of divination while others only use a few. Tarot cards, pendulums, runes, candles and several other tools can be used to see events that happen during the past,...
  • Some pediatricians may miss autism signs during exam
    Autism signs may be missed by pediatricians
    Even as rates of autism continue to grow, pediatricians could be missing symptoms of the disorder during routine checkups, which could delay necessary treatment for young children, a new study indicates.During a 10- to 20-minute exam, many...
  • Mom smokes in the car Jesus is OK with it but we can't tell dad
    Mom smokes in the car Jesus is OK with that but we can't tell dad
    There is a step-by-step process of development in life if you want to attain the skill, the movement of power expressed in forms. At the foundation are the basics, the repetitious practice of love, responsibility, compassion and meditation. This...
  • Medical Symbol
    Are Medicare recipients receiving the care they need?
    Medicare recipients have plenty to worry about and a recent study suggests that the concerns are valid and may be getting worse, at least from a financial perspective.The federal government continues to look for ways to save money and Medicare,...
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    S.O.A.P
    S. O. A. P Mom's Toolbox defines this as a simple way to read through the Bible, Pray and Reflect on what He is telling us in our readings. To complete S.O.A.P all you need for your study/ journaling time is:Biblenotebookpenabout 20 minutes ...
  • Relationships: Approaching Dissecting Understanding Ourselves from an Esoteric Physicist’s Viewpoint
    Relationships: Approaching Dissecting Understanding Ourselves from an Esoteric P
    We each inhabit a universe of our own making. We breathe, move and have our being in that universe, alone. No one other than the ‘me’ we recognize as our self inhabits the world of which we sleep, eat, drink, stir around and...
  • Childhood Depression
    Friendless children more prone to depression
    Children that are lacking friends have a much greater chance of developing depression.The lack of companionship and closeness of afriendship can be a major obstacle. If you have a shy child, then this article is for you.Children who are shy and...
  • Netflix v2.0
    Netflix v2.0
    Netflix 11-26-2010Well, I see, someone has an observational look.Unlimited streaming, cheap.No disc, no inventory for this application, hmmm, lowered inventory due diligence. Big reduction.Every device on the planet able to stream. Can’t get...
  • NEOS makes earth observation technologies affordable
    NEOS makes earth observation technologies affordable
    NEOS Ltd., short for Near Earth Obervation Systems, promotes the advancement of earth observation by drastically reducing the cost of detailed remote sensing information through innovation and know-how. NEOS know-how is based on 25 years of...
  • "Self-Reflection In a Coffee Shop" by Aleina Guerrero, Guest Columnist
    "Self-Reflection In a Coffee Shop" by Aleina Guerrero, Guest Columnist
    I am in a coffee shop on an early Tuesday morning. The streets are very busy today. The taxi drivers are blaring their horns at the pedestrians crossing the street. I am in desperate need of a hot cup of coffee to start my day.When I first walk...
  • where to start?
    No returns, no exchanges, no dressing rooms
    My friend Susan and I, in a never-ending quest for adventure totally beneath the maturity level that we should aspire to, found a new, humongous “store” to go to in the DC area. This store is called “Unique,” and they sure...
  • Say what?
    Say what?
    There are times when, during the course of a perfectly normal conversation, someone will throw out a sentence that stops me in my tracks. This has happened three times this past week. This is an all time record. The speakers are all people I know:...
  • Boys will be boys.
    What husbands do when wives leave town. Again.
    I seriously can’t believe it happened again. I went to Delaware for the weekend with my friend Susan. I went there to do a book signing at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach. Susan helped me. I made jokes about my husband Dan’s habit...
  • We don't invent batteries, we discover them
    Why can't they make a better battery?
    In a recent article I pointed out the concerns of Britain’s Institute of Engineering and Technology regarding problems with the use of electric vehicles. That article is very worth reading, but the heart of the Institute’s concern is...
  • Lunchtime
    The link between mattress stuffing and weight loss
    While I was visiting my daughter and her family in London, Trish, a close friend of my daughter, told me about a “secret” diet plan, known only to French women. I like to trade beauty secrets with Trish. On a past visit, she introduced...