• Google stocks rise and add $13 BILLION to the company's valuation after Larry Page and Sergey Brin relinquished their control of Alphabet to Sundar Pichai amid mounting scandals and antitrust investigations
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  • WikiLeaks Proved the OPCW Cannot Be Trusted In Syria
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  • WikiLeaks Proved the OPCW Cannot Be Trusted In Syria
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  • “Nothing in life is to be feared,
    it is only to be understood.
    Now is the time to understand more,
    so that we may fear less.” – Marie Curie

    Lunar calendar - 3. November 2018
    Date Moon Phase
    (Lunar Phase) Moon Sign Chart
    November 3, 2018 Waning Crescent VirgoVirgo 17°43’ (chart)
    Moon in VirgoVirgo: - mooncalendar.

    Feeling of safety related to order and clarity in emotions.
    A need to organise everything chaotic and disorganized.
    Try being more tolerant and accept imperfections of life.
    It is better to trust life and let it run its own way,
    not everything must be according to our expectations.

    Differentiate pure lust from love. -.psychologytoday

    Signs of Lust

    You're totally focused on a person's looks and body.
    You're interested in having sex, but not in having conversations.
    You'd rather keep the relationship on a fantasy level, not discuss real feelings.
    You want to leave soon after sex rather than cuddling or breakfast the next morning.
    You are lovers, but not friends.

    Signs of Love

    You want to spend quality time together, other than just having sex.
    You get lost in conversations and forget about the hours passing.
    You want to honestly listen to each other's feelings, make each other happy.
    He or she motivates you to be a better person.
    You want to meet his or her family and friends.

    Another challenge of sexual attraction is learning to stay centered and listen to your gut in the early stages of being with someone. This isn't easy in the midst of hormones surging, but it's essential to make healthy relationship decisions.

    Judith Orloff M.D. -Emotional Freedom
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  • The inversion of the 'Woke' mind - brainwashed 'progressives' trust the CIA says poll
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  • Truck made it to destination four months ago. Then it blew a head gasket and I found out how expensive a 7.3 idi is to rebuild, and trust me it needs rebuilt. So that's a nagging situation. Last week I hit three months at the new job as a breakpress operator, something I've never done. Trying to save up for a vehicle or engine. That plan comes with variables. I did not anticipate a catastrophic engine failure but hey, always a new hurdle to jump.
    Financial; 11 years of back taxes done and to the very end of my childsupport. Almost a legal US citizen again, as the lean against all my assets, not much, is about to be lifted. Hence "self employed" DBA and tax# will come there after.
    Transportation is my only issue at this point. Thats my update and I'm sticking to it.
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  • #NHS trusts handing over £205m a year to the Treasury in interest payments as debts mount
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  • Job was an exceptionally righteous man. He carefully avoided acts of transgression against God’s laws. He behaved blamelessly. But, like all of us, he had weaknesses Mark 14:38. He was not perfect.

    God decided to test Job’s character to see how his commitment to Him would bear up under adversity. The account of Job is in Scripture to help righteous people, when they go through discouraging and traumatic experiences, to learn to trust God patiently while awaiting the resolution of their problems.

    God boasted of Job’s righteous behavior to Satan. (Job 1:8). Satan responded, “. . . Stretch out Your hand and touch all that he has, and [Job] will surely curse You to Your face!” (Job 1:9-11). Later events proved Satan wrong. Job’s character was not that weak.

    God granted Satan permission to strip Job of his possessions and his family and to afflict him with excruciating boils (Job 1:12-19). Job at first accepted his plight, saying, “The LORD gave, and the LORD has taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD” (Job 1:21).

    Later “Job’s three friends heard of all this adversity that had come upon him, [and] each one came . . . [to] mourn with him, and to comfort him” (Job 2:11). After a week of lamenting with him, they began to discuss his calamities and suffering. Job listed his complaints, showing the inequities of life. Later God agreed with him. Not everything in this life is fair and equitable.

    Job’s three friends, however, were certain that God was punishing Job for some secret sin, something Job could hide from everyone but God. Job vehemently denied that such was the case, and he was right. God later verified this also.

    However, during his ordeal of loss and suffering, Job gradually came to resent God. This often happens to people in the midst of inexplicable calamity.

    Many chapters relate the faulty reasoning and accusations of Job’s three friends and Job’s denials. Finally, one of Job’s younger friends, Elihu, spoke up. He recognized that Job’s perspective was flawed and distorted. Job had convinced himself that his afflictions served no purpose. He decided that God was simply not treating him fairly.

    Elihu realized that Job was so obsessed with his innocence (Job 33:8-9) that he was finding fault with God rather than looking for lessons to learn from his trials. To Job’s complaints Elihu replied: “Do you think this is right? Do you say, ‘My righteousness is more than God’s’?” (Job 35:2).

    Instead of seeing his adversity as opportunity for patience and for letting God mold him, Job had grown in his resentment toward his Creator. He closed his mind to the possibility that he could learn something valuable from his suffering.

    Job’s principal objection was that God was unresponsive to him, that He was not properly acknowledging his righteousness.

    God challenged Job, suggesting that he try to tame a sea creature, a great beast that was “made without fear” (Job 41:33-34): “Can you draw out Leviathan with a hook, or snare his tongue with a line which you lower? Can you put a reed through his nose, or pierce his jaw with a hook? Will he make many supplications to you? Will he speak softly to you?” (Job 41:1-3; Job 41:4-10).

    In the end Job saw that the basis of his problem was his lack of understanding and excessive confidence in his own righteousness. Then his view of God’s fairness changed. He saw that His critical attitude toward God was wrong: “I have uttered what I did not understand, things too wonderful for me, which I did not know . . . I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees You. Therefore I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Job 42:3-6).

    Job’s experience is recorded in great detail so we can learn the folly of holding too high an opinion of ourselves. “Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Better to be of a humble spirit with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud” (Proverbs 16:18-19).

    Job’s experiences can explain why righteous people may go through discouraging and traumatic times and be tempted to resent God for not obviously and quickly intervening on their behalf. Like Job, we can fail to understand that God sees far more than we see.

    No matter how severe a trial is, we should never assume God isn’t listening or doesn’t care. He sees lessons we need to learn that are beyond our present understanding. We need always to remember some excellent advice from King David: “Wait on the LORD; be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your heart; wait, I say, on the LORD!” (Psalms 27:14). We should learn from Job’s experience to maintain patient respect and trust in God even in the midst of our sufferings (James 5:10-11).

    Job 42:5–6

    5 I had only heard about you before,

    but now I have seen you with my own eyes.

    6 I take back everything I said,

    and I sit in dust and ashes to show my repentance.”
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  • This article suggests fear and other negative emotions can acidify your body. Personally I'd have to agree as my own body has given me a kick up the bum at times when I get fearfull, even though I have an alkaline diet. A good quick fix is to do a meditation, letting go and trusting if it is fear that is the problem, sending yourself and others thoughts of loving acceptance if low self esteem is the problem or emanating unconditional love and forgiveness if the negative emotion is hate, frustration or resentment. Reuniting with source using a dzogchen practice also works, resting in the inner stillness, silence and spaciousness. On a more physical level drinking 15 to 20ml of diluted apple cider vinegar can help to get the body back on track.
    How emotions affect your pH balance
    If you are health-conscious, you are most likely familiar with the pH scale for acid/alkaline foods and water. But did you know that there is also a “pH scale” for negative/positive emotions? Did you know that our thoughts have more power over the health of our bodies than our diet? We can become a lot sicker faster by
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  • Life most glorious is unfolding its perfect plan for us. We can relax, let go and trust... clear the way so we are pure vessels of the Infinite Presence that would bless our lives and world in every way, with peace, happiness and JOY our constant state of being, a richly fulfilling Way of LIFE.

    Today, on my birthday... I send out my prayers and blessings to all of you and to all beings across this beautiful world. May we all be abundantly blessed by the glorious Eden that wants to be fully manifest in and through us... an abundant Paradise that begins within and then radiates out to be a fully present reality in our consciousness, beings and world. Together we can step free of the old archaic systems, patterns, programs and beliefs to realize a more spectacular reality. It is all within our reach! Today I choose Eden!
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