1). Light For Granted By : Steve Thomas
Whether we like it or not, light plays a very important role in all of our lives. One, that we often take for granted.
2). The Evidence for Sasquatch By : Eric Penz
Does Big Foot have its origins in a prehistoric gigantic ape?
3). Finding New Love Online By : Robert Rogers
Looking for the perfect love connection? In this article we will discuss the basics of online dating and what to look for in a dating service.
4). Returning to School after Retirement By : Hugh Rosen
Is it ever too late to go back to school. This 75-year-old retired professor tells why the answer is "NO!"
5). To Be or Not to Be: Is Homosexuality a Choice? By : Hugh Rosen
Do people choose to be gay, or is it biologically chosen for them?
6). Is your Heart a True Guide? By : Valentina Ibeachum
When we are told to follow our heart, what does it mean?
7). Polished Stones and a Faint Glimmer By : Dana Smith
A brief look at the Polished stone we call America. An interesting, poetic diatribe of those we encounter. The Polish is fading, it is a faint glimmer now. Lessons learned, hope yearned for and fulfilled.
8). Numerology - Unfolding The Mystery of Numbers By : Barney Garcia
Numerology is an ancient study and deals with unfolding the mysteries of numbers. The interpretation of numbers, dates (of birth, occurrence of events etc.), value and significance of letters (in names of persons etc.) are the concerns which numerology seeks to attend.
9). What Ireland Is Known For By Most By : Gregg Hall
Ask anyone what they think of when they think of Ireland and they will probably tell you leprechauns, shamrocks, or St. Patrick’s Day. Ireland actually has a lot more to offer not the least of which is some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet from rolling hills to beautiful beaches with crystal blue-green water.
10). Learning The Basics Of Hypnosis By : Travis Waack
Hypnosis deals with the subconscious. Hypnosis is a naturally occurring altered state of consciousness.
11). What Does That Ribbon Mean? By : James Hunt
Ribbons worn on shirts and backpacks. Ribbon-shaped magnets on cars. All of these ribbons come in different colors...
12). Just What Do We Mean by ABUSE Anyway? By : Rosella Aranda
For most people, the word abuse implies violent and
malicious behavior. In fact, most mistreatment does NOT
fall into that category.
13). Do You Know Your Tinker Bell? By : Mike Freemen
Tinker Bell is one of the most beloved of characters, and this article focuses on Tinker Bell and her friends.
14). "In Here" not "Out There" By : Sramana Mitra
The source of creativity is within, not without.
15). 5 Places NOT To Go To For Vacation By : Gregg Hall
Some vacations aren’t as good as they are made out to be; maybe it’s a case of false advertising or maybe the locals just take advantage of you just because you have “tourist” stamped on your forehead. Or maybe your luggage arrived from the airport a day or two after you did?
16). Easel Does It! By : James Monahan
The easel aside from the palette and the brush is the most important equipment an artist can have. Easels provide the backbone for the painting process.
17). How To Use Aromatherapy Candles By : Gregg Hall
The first thing you want to do is be sure that you have true aromatherapy candles. Scented candles are not aromatherapy candles. Make sure they contain pure essential oils.
18). Why Do People Pierce Their Bodies? By : Gregg Hall
The practice of body piercing is as old as humanity itself and is making a comeback along with the popularity of tribal tattoos; one need only look closely at the players in professional sports such as basketball and football to see this phenomenon.
19). Cuban Cigars The Number One Choice By : Tamara Williams
The world’s finest taste
20). The Importance of Wedding Invitations By : James Hunt
If you’re planning a wedding one of the many things that you’re going to have put on your task list is wedding invitations. Having the right kind of wedding invitation is important to your wedding ...
21). Stupid Immigration Laws By : Sramana Mitra
Passport and Visa laws of most countries in the world are quite archaic. Is it likely to change?
22). Dealing with the Stress of Divorce By : Nathan Dawson
Any life transition can be stressful; and of all the stressful situations life puts us in, coping with divorce is one of the most difficult of all, particularly when you find yourself trying to juggle everyday activities with your child and divorce proceedings. It can, indeed, be quite a mental and emotional challenge.
23). Interesting Opinions On Cigars From Recent Survey By : Gregg Hall
According to a recent survey by the ASC (alt.smokers.cigars) the following results were obtained from a recent online survey of cigar smokers:
86% of cigar smokers report that they do not inhale.
The average number of cigars smoked per week is 6.74 at and average price of $4.34
24). Where and How to Seek the Best Advice By : Mike Freemen
Knowing where to find the best advice, and which advice is worth following, can be difficult. This article provides some tips.
25). Seeing the Good and the Bad in Everything By : Mike Freemen
Seeing both the good and the bad is one of the most important of all life skills. This article provides some tips.
26). A Rundown of Several North American Conservatories By : James Monahan
A conservatory is an educational institution with special facilities for the fine arts. Nowadays, a conservatory can be found in most continents.
27). History of Flags and Flagpoles By : James Hunt
Flags have been around for long over 4,000 years and have come to mean many things for many different people. One of the first flags can be dated back to 3000 BC to the country that is now known as Iran.
28). Self-Sabotage - Are We Prisoners of the Past? By : Rosella Aranda
Many people who suffer from low self-esteem would give
anything to escape their painful feelings of inferiority.
Almost anything, that is.
29). Music Therapy: Can Music Really “Soothe The Savage Beast?” By : Duane Shinn
It has long been suggested that “music soothes the savage beast.” But is this true? And if it is, does this have any implication where humans are concerned?
30). A Short History of the Umbrella By : James Hunt
No one wants to be caught outside in the rain without an umbrella. These handy devices come in an array of shapes and sizes, many that will conveniently tuck into a purse or glove compartment in case of a sudden downpour...
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