National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month – by Annette Rochelle Aben


June is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month and all over the United States, people are stepping up to help each feline find a fur ever home. Why June, you may ask yourself. Well, spring is when many communities see a population explosion of cats, as kittens are being born everywhere. Some kittens are born into homes where more cats are wanted and welcomed. More often than not, they are born feral (wild) or are turned loose/dumped by those who are overwhelmed by so many felines. This causes an outrageous overcrowding situation in shelters.

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Am I My Peripheral Self? – by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


I was recently invited to speak at a global business conference in New Delhi, India. There I had a wonderful experience of seeing how each and everyone is busy exchanging their business cards, and once the card is handed over, the person receiving it reviews it with attention and then looks at the person as if the person is rated on the basis of his success in life! I noticed that for those who have touched some peaks in the world of business and money, they were surrounded by many people asking for a photograph with him or her.

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Being in Sync – by Angela Horne


It seems everything has a time. Time is now. What time did you want meet? The timing on that is or wasn’t right. You have all heard that one. So what is timing ?  We want things in our time.  Wait, not ready! Or how about ready or not? Time is of the essence. ummm.

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A Walk Through Time: Re-visiting Mythic Atlantis – by Hercules Invictus


Our Unarius Study Group, Star Center Atlantis, focuses on exploring the Unariun Atlantis Cycle, as revealed through the texts of the Unarius Academy of Science. It also serves as an introduction to core Unariun concepts, foundational Unariun works, and key Unariun practices. The Study Group is a comprehensive instructional, interactive and immersive experience which utilizes a variety of modalities to impart information. It is truly a walk through time to a bygone age of many splendors.

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How to be Creative – by Sheri Sennhauser


I would like to introduce you to my latest dining room table centerpiece.. I tend to change them seasonally but this not always a rule, it’s more of a guideline (lol)  depends on my mood!  I chose Aphrodite very carefully.  We are in Spring and the earth is renewing, the birds are singing, people are out enjoying the weather. It’s time for love and all things new.  She makes me smile every time I walk into the room.

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An Olympian Blessing – by Hercules Invictus


I call upon Heaven
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and the benevolent Powers
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that shaped us in the dawn of time
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and guide us still
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to bless this place, its people,
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and all that they hold dear.
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May all be blessed
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with optimal wellness,
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with abundance and prosperity,
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with love and peace,
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with joy and fulfillment!

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Whatever happened to crazy Annette? – by Annette Rochelle Aben

Yesterday, I had a conversation that I found confusing. Not only because of what was being said, but because of why I was even a part of the experience.  I believe I continued the conversation, long beyond the point of sensible, because I wanted to give it the opportunity to make sense. When it didn’t I even asked the other person to explain why they had reached out in the first place. His response? He had been chatting with a mutual friend and wondered whatever had happened to “crazy Annette.”

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A Tribute to Steve Reeves – by Hercules Invictus


Steve Reeves entered our world on January 21, 1926 and left it on May 1, 2000. During his 74 years on our planet he lived a remarkable life and inspired many people, including myself, to live a fuller, healthier life and to actualize our potential as human beings.

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Go You some encouragement when you need it – by Annette Rochelle Aben


For quite a while now, I have been posting encouraging statements on my Facebook page every morning. It’s fun and designed to remind people that they have more going for themselves than they might remember. I end each of the collection of statements with the words: GO YOU!!  It’s like having a cheerleader giving you a pep talk! The responses have varied from those who flat out deny that they can relate, to the statements of emotional gratitude that someone cares. I would like to say that I originated this idea but I must give credit where credit is due.

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Say Thank You on the Fives – by Annette Rochelle Aben


I was thinking about all the things I have, to be grateful for in my life. Sometimes it boggles my mind. What makes an even greater impression is how terrific that makes me feel, it is as though I cold float on air. Just a few minutes each day to place my focus on my blessings helps me get through the rest of the day. If I should encounter something during the day that could pull my focus into a place other than feeling blessed, I take a breath and focus back on my blessings.

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The secret of the cube – By Andreas N. Bjørndal


Since 2008 I decided to explore reality in a different way, perhaps I can inspire you too?

Did you know that the cube has a taste, a feelings, that the cube has a specific awareness? That it is a language with a certain message? This goes for all other geometric figures too.

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