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Health is wealth

Health is wealth Winners also quit, quitters also win. Example: smoking Mantra/Prayer: I was never born as a smoker. Smoking is unnatural, abnormal for me. I see the urge of smoking leaving my system. For good. Ah! There again! I am a non-smoker. I am back to my nature. I am back to normal. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Keep on chanting this mantra before, during and after smoking. This covers unconscious smoking to conscious smoking. However, always be kind and affectionate towards you. If you're smoking, it's all right. Don't curse yourself, don't blame your situations, however hard ...
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Brazil burning

Brazil burning. Rainforest on fire. Blaming has started. It means the problem is here to stay, according to Peter Senge, a renowned systems thinker. Drawing a problem-map involving all stakeholders can help us have a bird's eye view. Those who're cutting trees to earn a living are successfully selling the products to the buyers. We need to show an alternative way to them if we have to prevent deforestation. In the past, many products and professions have gone out of use because people stopped buying and or selling a particular product. Even habits like smoking in public places has been ...
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Tell me

  I am a fool. That's why growth and development doesn't attract me. When rich become richer, poor poorer for years on end, I don't see any growth. Trust me, I see a design, a pattern, but no growth. Which car you drive, which version of software you use, how digital you've become, what chandrayan 1 and 2 can or cannot do doesn't mean anything to me. What political parties do, not do, how patriotic you are or you aren't doesn't mean anything to me. Tell me when you, with your science and technology, growth and development, can remove pollution ...
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Late in Coming – A Note on David Bowie

Music to go with this one would be a (live) version of "Absolute Beginners". Preferable ending is John Cale singing "Sorrow" and others at a Tribute concert. This would be quite a task really - David Bowie wasn’t just anybody. Yet it is somewhat easy for me to do this as brief as I can do it. The rest is simply not there due to being too embarassing really. I'm off listening to Cale before or meanwhile I do something very practical. Here's to all of you!!! ...
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Health is wealth

Health is wealth Anger is the deadliest grass you can ever have. It hits and hurts you first. You get diseases like indigestion, insomnia, migraines, skin diseases, cancer, arthritis, depression, and many more unwanted maladies. Ways to avoid anger. 1. Don't use harsh words 2. Don't abuse anyone, not even in your thoughts, remember thoughts kill, thoughts heal. 3. Don't judge, love. Believe in this... "Love me the most when I deserve it the least." This will help you have a sound mind in a healthy body. Remember your mind creates your body, not the other way around. How to ...
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In Mortal Isolation

which is rarely achievable these days! ...
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Burned Rubber Streets – Two Images

I let the pictures speak. I. Big City Night Life - Sweden 2019 Night time And new expensive looking cars; The sound of music in Arabic Pounding through the car windows; Lamp lights stare in vain ... A car stops! A girl is taken in by the music!! She enters!!! The car heads of towards a crossing formed as a Y. Instead of turning right The car continues its ride to the left, Which is straight ahead Towards a suburb. A girl screams The same girl who entered earlier Taken in by the music Played loud!!!! The music is still ...
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Sublimely Spoken

Message heard, the challenge enjoyed, occasionally comprehended In defence of the cryptic poet ...
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Ending Perceptivity Benignly

The anodyne effect of anachronism in Life's end-game Inspired by Archie's intriguing poem "Broken" ...
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When Meaning Was Lost

in the discourse of words ...
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