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Whenever I'm out in public, I have to be put together. When I get home, I rebel against it and I don't want to take care of anything. I drop it. I'm relaxed. I don't have any shoes on. No makeup.

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  • Her Gates Will Never Be Shut with Brad Jersak Part 1

    03 July 2013

    In this first part of a two part episode, Ray talks with Brad Jersak about his book Her Gates Will Never Be Shut. Brad and Ray talk about the history of the Hebrew and Greek words behind the word “hell”, the development of Gehenna, and more. Brad delves...

  • Seismic gap outside of Istanbul: Is this where the expected Marmara earthquake will originate from?

    19 June 2013

    Earthquake researchers have now identified a 30 kilometers long and ten kilometers deep area along the North Anatolian fault zone just south of Istanbul that could be the starting point for a strong earthquake. The group of seismologists say that this...

  • Sister Ignatia: AA’s Angel of Hope | The Solution News

    16 June 2013

    People who know the history of Alcoholics Anonymous have heard of Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson, credited with founding the organization, but few have heard of the woman who shaped the hospital concept used to this day. On August 16, 1935, Sister Ignatia...

  • New diet craze offers five days of feasting for two days of famine

    14 June 2013

    By Constance Watson LONDON (Reuters) - Forget abandoning carbohydrates or detoxing. The new dieting craze sweeping Britain and taking off in the United States lets people eat whatever they like - but only five days a week. "The Fast Diet", also known...

  • Individuals who drink heavily and smoke may show 'early aging' of the brain

    19 May 2013

    Alcohol treatment interventions work best when patients understand and are actively involved in the process. A first-of-its-kind study looks at the interactive effects of smoking status and age on neurocognition in one-month-abstinent alcohol dependent...

  • People are overly confident in their own knowledge, despite errors

    11 June 2013

    Overprecision -- excessive confidence in the accuracy of our beliefs -- can have profound consequences, inflating investors' valuation of their investments, leading physicians to gravitate too quickly to a diagnosis, even making people intolerant of dissenting...

  • HOLMES&COAssets

    25 March 2013

    Marbella Times Confidentiality and Clients achieving aims and ambitions. Property, Portfolio, Management. London, Monaco, Switzerland, New York, Panama, France, Germany, Norway. Commercial Portfolio's, Offices, Hotels, Apartments. Ferrari, Porsche, Bentley,...

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Emotional Sobriety - Association for Psychological Science

    23 May 2013

    One of the cornerstones of alcoholism recovery is what’s called “emotional sobriety.” The idea is that alcoholics and other addicts, if they hope to stay sober over the long haul, must learn to regulate the negative feelings that can lead to discomfort,...

  • Why Do We Have Religion Anyway? - Association for Psychological Science

    23 May 2013

    The vast majority of the world’s 7 billion people practice some kind of religion, ranging from massive worldwide churches to obscure spiritual traditions and local sects. Nobody really knows how many religions there are on the planet, but whatever the...

  • This text I came across by accident, I think it...

    18 April 2013

    This text I came across by accident, I think it might apply The key lessons learned here is that creation/Creation is not done alone. We each need another to give us the experiences we desire to have and we each need another to call forth our creative...

  • The Power of Now

    08 November 2013

    "Surrender is the simple but profound wisdom of yielding to rather than opposing the flow of life. The only place where you can experience the flow of life is the Now, so to surrender is to accept the present moment unconditionally and without reservation......

  • Fraser Trevor Pacheco Cinematography Showreel...

    28 June 2013

    Fraser Trevor Pacheco Cinematography Showreel '2013' Various shots from short films such as, 'Alone' and 'Meander'. Also displaying shots from various documentaries such as, 'Being Sam', 'I-Curse', and filming from 'UOCTV'. The cameras used: - Sony EX3...

  • Fraser Trevor-Pacheco Showreel

    28 June 2013

    Various shots from short films such as, 'Alone' and 'Meander'. Also displaying shots from various documentaries such as, 'Being Sam', 'I-Curse', and filming from 'UOCTV'. The cameras used: - Sony EX3 (Documentaries and UOCTV) - Canon 5D (Meander and Documentaries)...

  • Dr Abram Hoffer

    26 March 2013

    Dr Hoffer talks about addiction, niacin, AA, Bill W. and more.

  • Self-conscious narcissism having perfect tits is...

    29 June 2013

    Self-conscious narcissism having perfect tits is worth twice as much as exploring the universe. Self-conscious narcissism of the Big Brother House variety is still the bulk of mainstream culture, of course. Why do people watch the Kardashians or any other...

  • SBR: Humanity is awakening to who we truly are; at...

    29 June 2013

    SBR: Humanity is awakening to who we truly are; at once finite and infinite, matter and spirit, human and divine. And yet, as the veils are slowly lifted from our eyes, the chasm also widens between those of us who are “waking up” and those of us that...

  • SBR: Humanity is awakening to who we truly are; at...

    28 June 2013

    SBR: Humanity is awakening to who we truly are; at once finite and infinite, matter and spirit, human and divine. And yet, as the veils are slowly lifted from our eyes, the chasm also widens between those of us who are “waking up” and those of us that...

  • We need to acknowledge the true message locked...

    27 June 2013

    We need to acknowledge the true message locked into the steps that we are divine, we need to wake up that we are actually creators and that we are in charge of our destiny and we need to take charge of our destiny by enacting the divine in us. Words have...

  • The old worn masks of guilt shame torturing the...

    26 June 2013

    The old worn masks of guilt shame torturing the stuckness of modern life. One of the depressing things about arriving in a fifth-rate hotel is the knowledge that you are going to find bent wire coat-hangers jangling in a rickety wardrobe. Sometimes when...

  • Wabi-sabi, as a tool for contemplation and a...

    26 June 2013

    Wabi-sabi, as a tool for contemplation and a philosophy of life, may now have an unforeseen relevance as an antidote to the rampant unraveling of the very social fabric which has held [us] together for so long. Its tenets of modesty and simplicity encourage...

  • It is silly to say that someone would choose to be...

    26 June 2013

    It is silly to say that someone would choose to be an addict, one becomes an addict from the accumulation of choices. “The point is that one day of heroin does not mean addiction, just as eating desert once does not make one fat. Of course as the days...

  • Marbella Times shared Cristina Falkenberg's photo.

    26 June 2013

  • here's nothing to be disappointed about, nothing...

    04 July 2013

    here's nothing to be disappointed about, nothing to be disillusioned about in Solution Based Recovery no shocks, no disappointments. It's probably too startling for many of you to understand that everyone except the very rare awakened person can be expected...

  • Marbella Times shared Cristina Falkenberg's photo.

    26 June 2013

  • How many times have you checked your phone for...

    24 June 2013

    How many times have you checked your phone for messages so far today? Do you constantly have one eye on your Twitter mentions feed to see who’s talking about you? Would you like another cupcake?If your answers to these three questions are ’32’, ‘Both...

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