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When a Mother Dies...

Love, joy and the end of my story.

Obviously it never happened to me before and so I was a bit surprised at the huge impact it has. A short while ago my mother died and my first reaction was a deep and abiding sense of gratitude that she died without pain and in a deep state of peace.

That was just the beginning. The blessing I have received daily since her passing are enormous.

First of all there is the love. This is what’s most important. There isn’t… Continue

Added by Ram Giri Braun, Ph.D. on November 2, 2008 at 8:55am — No Comments

Visit my blog

Visit my blog at as I only have so much time! It is too hard to keep more than one blog, a website, social networking sites and still run 12 companies! Mama Mia!

Best regards,
Margaret Ann Lembo

Added by Margaret Ann Lembo on October 31, 2008 at 6:26pm — 3 Comments

What Are You Creating?

We each create the lives we live, both alone and in conjunction with all the souls who help to create the world around us with which we interact.

When we speak of building a New World, understand that it would be nice to recreate aspects of the entire planet earth and the civilizations and cultures upon it that aren't working so well. But truly, that is not our concern.

Nor should it be yours, either.

Your ego is at the center of your universe. It is only… Continue

Added by John Dennison on October 31, 2008 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Do it yourself weights for a great workout.

These are called QiSei. They are actually ancient martial arts exercise devices.

Parts needed:

1. 4' hardwood dowel cut in half. It should be between 1 inch and 1.5" in diameter, depending on what is comfortable for your hands.

2. Two 1 pound coffee cans (if you have been really working out 2.5 pound cans can be used).

3. 6 small wood screws.

4. Bag of ready mix concrete.

Poke a small hole in the center of each coffee can bottom. Use an ice pick or… Continue

Added by Jeff Smoley on October 30, 2008 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Music during the day....

Since whoever comes over my places likes the music I play, here is the station I like to listen to...chill ambient...Star Streams...

Added by Heather LaCroix on October 29, 2008 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Most Serious Disease Known

It is more prevalent than cancer or AIDS. It affects more people and has more impact an the individual than diabetes, leukemia and MS combined. There are no ribbons or bows to bring attention to it. No one does 5K races or Century Rides to raise money. The media has yet to pick up on it. 60 Minutes has never done a show about it yet I would bet you a quarter you know someone who is terribly affected by this disease.

It affects. . .well, we can narrow it down to affecting everything.… Continue

Added by Dr. David Orman on October 29, 2008 at 10:52am — No Comments

Working Out at Home

Before you sign that membership contract, consider whether working out at home or joining a gym will better fit your lifestyle. A health club is probably the best choice for you if you:

Are motivated by being around other people, or will be too easily distracted from working out when you are at home.

Want access to a wide variety of exercise equipment and classes.

Have enough time in your schedule to get to the gym on a regular basis.

Can afford the… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 29, 2008 at 3:28am — No Comments

this is my web please join us soon and help our troops ok thx gary

Added by GARY THE LIMO GUY on October 29, 2008 at 12:00am — No Comments

Healthy Food Recipes Made With Coffee! What Is Your Recipe?

ATLCoffeeHouse is on a worldwide search for new recipes that we can add to our recipe page. We are creating a recipe section that will be made up of recipes from people like you. Your recipe will be featured on the front page of our site and rotated out every month. Plus your recipes will be featured in my monthly news letters. Our current recipes are made with healthy coffee products. To become familiar with the healthy products visit the site. You will also see the… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 28, 2008 at 3:49am — No Comments

Your Brain and You

You are the lucky owner of a magnificent piece of biological machinery - the human brain. Your brain is always on, performs lightning-fast calculations, and is a whiz at making connections between seemingly unrelated factors and observations. The only downside is that your brain didn't come with an owner's manual.

Fortunately, your brain has no moving parts. All the action is on the inside - inside the black box. And, your brain is always available. It will do whatever you tell it to… Continue

Added by Dr. Haig John on October 27, 2008 at 4:03pm — No Comments

Who Are You & What Is Your Conscious Calling?


How are you?

To help you get started if you haven’t already, make sure to check out the great forums and blogs. These are two of the best sources of how to find inner peace, inner wellness and how to become a more conscious living person within yourself, the world & universe. So utilize it as the… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 27, 2008 at 10:03am — No Comments


AZ’S PRIVATE COACH LIMOS has everything you need to experience Arizona and the surrounding area. From our Executive First class, Sedan Service with newer model Lincoln Town Cars we can handle your every need. Whether it is a ride from the airport, picking up the kids, going to the Doctor or the dentist or across the desert, concerts, out on the town, or a nice quiet dinner, just sit back and relax. We stand alone in our ability to custom fit the… Continue

Added by GARY THE LIMO GUY on October 26, 2008 at 6:00pm — No Comments

10 Salad Saboteurs

10. Quantity and Quality: Vegetables don’t have a lot of staying power for hunger, plus they have very little calories by themselves. On one hand, that is good for maintaining weight and caloric intake, but a lot of people get up to the salad bar, pick a few vegetables, and then go hog-wild on the bad stuff. What’s the point? Make sure you have TONS of veggies. Go crazy! Get wild and load ’em up! Seriously. Have as much as you want, because they will bulk you up, making you feel pretty… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 26, 2008 at 9:07am — No Comments

The new superfruits

Give the apples and bananas a rest and round out your repertoire with these exotic, antioxidant-packed picks.

Though Americans are eating more fruit these days (go us!), more than half are the old standbys: bananas, apples, and oranges. Yes, they're good for you--but you're missing out. "Different fruits provide an array of disease-fighting vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants," says Joy Bauer, RD, author of Joy Bauer's Food Cures. In fact, broadening your horizons can… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 25, 2008 at 8:39am — 1 Comment

Hopes, Wishes & Dreams

Notes to Myself

When I was a little girl my mom would ask me, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" My reply was, "a wife and a mother." She would prompt me, "Don't you want to be an movie star or a singer?" Nope, my dreams were much simpler. When I was 19 years old I married my high school sweetheart. By 25, I had a son, then at 26 I was divorced and I raised my son alone. I always thought I would remarry and have more children, but it just never happened that way. My dream for… Continue

Added by Stefanie Miller on October 24, 2008 at 8:35pm — No Comments

The Rising Costs of Health Care

Health insurance costs are out of control. We're all painfully aware of this inflationary spiral. Monthly premiums are through the roof. Co-payments keep going up and up. Out-of-pocket expenses are so high we often wonder what we're saving by purchasing health insurance at all.

Every family has been hit hard by these financial burdens. If you're self-employed, your health insurance premiums for adequate individual coverage are close to $1000 per month. These bills are too high for… Continue

Added by Dr. Haig John on October 24, 2008 at 4:18pm — No Comments

Naturally Neutralized Caffeine Coffee Thats Good for YOU

There is quite a buzz about ganoderma, a naturally occurring substance from the Reishi mushroom. In particular, you can find it in healthy coffees, cocoas, and teas, because ganoderma has the ability to neutralize caffeine. Research has identified six or seven of the over 200 species of red Reishi mushrooms that hold the most potent therapeutic properties, and these are the species used for most beverages and dietary supplements.

Ganoderma Naturally Neutralizes… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 24, 2008 at 3:46am — No Comments

What is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

When the women's health initiative released their study in 2002, the Anti Aging Clinic began a passionate research study on this issue. What was this study? The study was on post menopausal women who were taking Prempro and Premarin, both products from Big Pharma giant Wyeth. Women on Prempro had more blood clots, heart attacks strokes and breast cancer than women taking a placebo. It was a total shock to the medical community and menopausal women were made to think that ALL hormones caused the… Continue

Added by Stephanie Tippie on October 23, 2008 at 7:40pm — No Comments

Waiting patiently for the Delivery...

So many people have been asking me lately...

"How is your book?"

"Do you have your book yet?


It's a challenge dealing with life outside of your control.

The book has finally been reprinted, due to previous error, and it has been cut and sorted (all 100,000 sheets of it) and is now happily in the hands of the binder. YES!

The binder is going to glue and stitch it all together and make it pretty.

He will then… Continue

Added by Rain on October 23, 2008 at 3:29pm — No Comments

Coffee Expert Gives ATLCoffeeHouse's Healthy Coffee Thumbs Up

I personally met Pete, at the Ga BBC meeting this past weekend. Pete gave me a sample of Ganoderma, an instant coffee beverage made with Gandoderma Powder. I accepted with gratitude and a little reserve for dismay. Why you ask? It's because I'm a coffee connoisseur and a certified la Barista, heck one of my main clients is Startbucks and I've had the opportunity to taste just about every coffee common in the U.S. and abroad as a part of my studies. (excuse the rambling.)

So, it's… Continue

Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 23, 2008 at 5:49am — No Comments

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