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How And Why Customizing, Modifying, And Editing A Tumblr Blog Theme Can Be Time-Consuming?

What’s it like to customize, edit or modify a Tumblr (microblogging platform and social networking site) theme? Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to do that? Well, you don’t have to, really, but that’s only if you can accept how your chosen Tumblr template looks like. But if you only like some aspects of your chosen theme and if you want to add more features to it, then you’ll either have to give up what you want or work on modifying, editing and customizing your theme to your liking. The latter is definitely easier said than done[...]

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14 Personal Success Strategies

There are so many ways in which you can work to get ahead in life, using various success strategies. Sometimes it’s  just about becoming a bit more aware. So, in no particular order, here are some ideas: Look at what you’ve got. We spend so much time trying to ‘fix’ things and add new things, we sometimes don’t fully appreciate what we have. If you have a skill or talent, acknowledge it. In fact, sing it from the mountain tops. Remember, there are things about you that others could only dream about having. Dress the part. The old adage, “Don’t[...]

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Benefits from Ending Bath with a Cold Shower

Mental Balance and Alertness Mental balance and alertness are assets desired by all. In all dealings and transactions every day, we want them sharp to help us render good decisions and better performance. In whatever role in life we play, mental balance and alertness are with us 24/7 so we eat brain food to repair and replenish whatever brain energy has been exhausted. As an end result the company or institution we are working with or our family are happy and contented because of the effect of sound decisions we shared with them. But one very vital key that will help[...]

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Alopecia Baldness cure found in Pill Form

  New York based Columbia University Medical Centre researchers, led by Dr Raphael Clynes, appear to have discovered a pill that seems able to cure alopecia baldness, after identifying those immune cells that were found to be responsible for destroying hair follicles in people with the condition. has fully restored the hair of three patients. Doctors conducted the pilot trial of the drug Ruxolitinib, treating three patients who, within a few months, experienced a complete re-growth of their missing hair. So pleased are those conducting the study that, even though they concede to have really only just begun to[...]

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Elaine of Astolat: History of a Legend

Elaine of Astolat is the most famous Elaine in the Arthurian legends. She has been immortalized as the Lady of Shalott by such figures as Alfred, Lord Tennyson and by the Pre-Raphaelites. But who is Elaine of Astolat really? This article will explore her and her story. Elaine’s Origins The story of Elaine of Astolat originated in the thirteenth century in Italy, in the tale “”La Damigella di Scalot, tale 82 of Il Novellino, a thirteenth-century collection of Italian tales” (Castleberry, para. 2). This first tale of Elaine of Astolat shows her falling in love with Sir Lancelot, him[...]

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Possible Tomb Of Alexander in Greece

At a gigantic tomb site in northern Greece, which archaeologists began excavating two years ago, a pair of headless sphinxes – each weighing in at one and a half tons and some two metres high – have been revealed through the removal from the tomb’s sealing wall of some big pieces of rubble. It is thought that these two beasts were set in place as guardians the burial, the largest tomb ever uncovered in Greece, dating back to the end of the reign of warrior-king Alexander the Great, around 325-300 B.C. Located within the Macedonian ancient city of Amphipolis,[...]

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The Text Neck Phenomenon

  In this modern age of I-pads, mobiles, tablets and the like, people can often be seen hunched over, busily tapping away at keypads or watching something on those small screens. In fact, a chiropractic physician named Dr. Dean Fishman  has made it clear that this behaviour is apparently having a negative effect on our health,because it is a really bad posture to adopt. Fishman it was, in fact, who created and trademarked the phrase Text Neck, which this Florida-based doctor believes to be showing every sign of becoming a global epidemic, quite literally altering the way our bodies[...]

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Palm Reading Guide – Palmistry Guide

If you want to learn how to read palms, your own or your friends, then this palm reading guide will teach you all you need to know about the practice of Palmistry. People decide to learn how to accurately read palms for many reasons, many people believe that palmistry is a way to predict the future while others learn purely for entertainment purposes. No matter which reason you have decided to learn, the aim of this article is to get you familiar with all aspects of palm reading from the basics such as the different lines of the palm to the more[...]

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Three Dimensional Doughnut shaped Brains Created by Scientists

United States Tufts University boffins have managed to create, from partitioned nerve cells and fibres, 3D  doughnut-shaped, so-called brains that comprise neuron cell bodies, the centre filled with bundles of connecting axon fibres. These compositions are said, by the scientists involved, to mimic real brain compartmentalisation. These constructions are comparatively small at only 1.2 centimetres across, and are thought to be useful for future studying of damage caused through injury or disease, into the bargain improving overall understanding of brain function, and even helping medical researchers in the hunt for new treatments. It is thought too, that these structures[...]

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Pastor Encouragement: 5 Things Not to Do in Church

Do you know that your behavior in church can either encourage or discourage your pastor? Most church members never seem to think about that, but as a pastor, I can assure you it’s true. And believe me, pastors need to be encouraged! So, if you’d like your actions to be encouraging rather than discouraging to your pastor, here are five things you should avoid doing when you come to church. 1. Come late. Many church members seem to think they are right on time if they arrive 20 minutes into the sermon. They have no idea how disruptive their[...]

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What does the Gita, the Song Divine Say

Time and the Gita Einstein added a 4th dimension to man’s thinking. He brought in the concept of time in Physics, but Man has always understood the concept of time and we usually relate it to the past. The past is an event that has happened and can never be reconstructed again. The Gita talks of past in a philosophical way It says that past will never come back and man should learn lessons from the past and move ahead. The Gita and its Origin The Gita is reportedly a very ancient text. It is supposed be a sermon delivered by Lord[...]

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When a Brain Tumor Child Questions Her God

When a brain tumor child is having questions about her illness and her faith in God, do we have the appropriate answer? Is it not possible that our answers could be biased, defensive or even tailored not to hurt her feelings? While my daughter Ashley Xanthea was making sketches on her drawing pad, she hurled questions to me, and admittedly, I was not prepared for them. “Did Jesus die?” she asked without raising her head. “No, He is not,” was my quick response without even turning my head to her. My catechism reminded me that Jesus was resurrected from the dead and He[...]

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How To Not Be Afraid of Imminent or Unseen Danger (Part 2)

Being educated in a Catholic high school did not bring me that close to God at all even if it taught me a lot about Him. But when that difficult and trying time came I really felt desolate and was slowly getting sunk deeper by my thoughts and emotions. It then occurred to me I had to eventually get out of the depth and suffering I put myself into because it was tiring and painful. It took me awhile before I realized He is always there for us in our suffering and that His love is eternal, so I found solace and strength in[...]

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