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Albert Einstein’s Beautiful Mind


Albert Einstein is the genius by which all other geniuses are compared. A renowned physicist who’s Theory of Relativity helped unlock mysteries of the Universe unknown before. Recognized as TIME magazine's "Person of the Century” in 1999, his genius was not limited to physics, he was also sincerely quirky with a strong passion for social justice, music and a dedication to pacifism.
“Nothing truly valuable arises from ambition or from a mere sense of duty; it stems rather from love and devotion towards men and towards objective things.”

“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency... Read More

Water and the Power of Intent


Dr. Masuru Emoto has published several volumes of a work titled Messages from Water, which contain photographs of water crystals next to essays and "words of intent." Since water is the most receptive of the 4 elements, he tested its reaction to non-physical events; i.e. the “words of intent”. Below is a clip from the movie, What the Bleep do we Know, with example of some of Dr. Emoto’s work. After the scene is almost done, a man says to a woman “Makes you wonder, doesn’t it? If thoughts can do that to water, imagine what our thoughts can... Read More

The Connection between Nutrition and Brain Health


A study that looked at biomarkers in the blood to correlate vitamins and brain function found very clear links between nutrition and brain health.
A new study goes deeper in understanding the connection between good nutrition and a healthy brain. Previous studies have linked individual vitamin deficiencies to cognitive decline. But new research looks at a wider range of vitamins, and even better, it uses biomarkers in the blood to correlate vitamins with brain health, both good and bad.

Many studies exploring the relationship between nutrition and cognitive health rely on people's personal reports of their diets -- a notoriously unreliable... Read More

An Ode to Monsanto


Its not a love song...more like a 'you dirty dog, how could you do me so wrong' kinda song. There's also lyrics  so you can learn it and preach it. One of my favs is "How come this burger will never rot? - If another animal won't eat it, you should not!"

Enjoy and share :)

ACOG’s ‘Green’ Days of the Week


With the help of letter-play and a very smart 6 yr. old, we came up with a daily green focus for the week. It's been a  hit with our fans and we hope it continues and spreads.

Sundays are ‘Sunday Funday’, though, occasionally we do refer to this day of rest for many as ‘Soulful Sundays’.  The idea with Sunday is to really absorb the opportunity of the day in rest or laughter. Take some time to enjoy a day that makes you of think of the sun, which makes you think of a bright light, warmth and energy.

Mondays... Read More

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