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Famous Sayings

I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”

It turns out that it actually is true.

Like, one day I saw the book “Tuesdays at the Castle.” Judging it by its cover, I thought it would be a boring book. 188 more words

Energetic Influences and Free Will
Dana Mrkich – Evolution Revolution
Wednesday, 16 April, 2014

“Some people don’t like the idea, or don’t believe, that we are subject to planetary or energetic influences. 517 more words

Planetary Change

Remembering

I am sobbing
Over tragedy
Tears stream
Down my face
Remembering lives
I never knew
Brothers and Sisters
In Orange and Maroon

And the bell tolls
32 times

– GB

Writing

Advice For Nurses Working With Severe ME Patients

The experience of having regular visits from hospice nurses has been a wonderful one, for the most part. The nurses who visit me are skilled, compassionate, intelligent, kind, caring, and just plain good at what they do. 2,194 more words

Sunshinebright reblogged this on Sunshinebright and commented:

Brooke is a 30-year-old woman who is suffering with severe ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis). Her illness is so severe, that she is under the care of nurses from hospice. Her husband is a great source of support as well. This particular blog she has written is about giving advice to nurses and/or caregivers who attend to a severely ill person suffering from ME.  Brooke writes with difficulty, since it takes an enormous amount of energy, along with pain, for her to get her thoughts organized and then to use the keyboard. She explains, more clearly than I have read elsewhere, how her body is affected by this terrible debilitating disease. Her hope is that her blogs will help other chronically ill ME patients.

The Bone Church: Real and Imagined | Cold

Victoria Dougherty’s historical thriller is out. The Bone Church is set in the shadowy underworld of Prague during World War II.

A link to the novel at Amazon is in the cover, a link to Victoria’s blog below that. 31 more words

Amazon

The Inspirations that are Professional Dancer (and Boston Marathon survivor) Adrianne Haslet-Davis and Hugh Herr, head of the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group

The Inspirations that are Professional Dancer
(and Boston Marathon survivor) Adrianne Haslet-Davis
and Hugh Herr, head of the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group.

Today, Boston Marathon bombing survivor and professional dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis made an eloquent speech at the Memorial tribute that doesn’t even hint at what she and other amputees have been through this past year. 229 more words

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