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Receive Your Healing (Book Review)

 By  Gabriel Agbo  This book is about how to receive divine healing. Can God still heal? Yes! Can we live in good and perfect health today? Yes! Our God is the same yesterday, today and forevermore. Expect your healing as you read. Here, you will read some incredible testimonies that will instantly increase your faith in God and His unlimited ability and wiliness to intervene even in worst situations. For example, God still cures incurable and terminal diseases. He still raises the dead. Have you read about a man who was raised from death after staying two days in the mortuary? Now, if God can do that, why do you think nothing can be done about that your condition? There are many other incredible testimonies. There are ten powerful, illuminating chapters in this book: All Things are Possible, Healing is Your Right, Origin of Sickness, Word of God, Name of Jesus, Holy Spirit, Power of Faith, Retaining Your Healing. You will also learn about the roles of prayer, anointing oil, laying of

Uncommon Success (Book Review)

 By  Gabriel Agbo  Uncommon Success! God has destined you to be successful. It is your right. It is your nature. It is right there in your DNA. You have no excuse to be a failure. All you'll ever need to make it in this life are already implanted in you and are also embedded in the word of God. True. This book will open your eyes to this eternal truth. You cannot go through it and remain the same. You will find here topics like: You Can Succeed, Things Are Not Well? O' LORD, God of Heaven, He Keeps His Covenants, Listen to my Prayer, Grant me Success and Favour, Vision-Plan-Work, Timing, Overcoming Obstacles, It is done! You will discover the secrets of the wealthiest man ever-lived, the strongest man and the most powerful king. And also prayers that will automatically put you on the success track. God did not design you to fail. He made you in His own image and likeness. That simply means that if He is a success, then we must also be. You were born and saved to succeed! This 1

Employment Struggles for Older Workers

 By  Bill Ryan  It's happening again. One of the perverse hallmarks of the Great Recession ten years ago was the expulsion of many older workers from the workforce. A significant amount of experienced employees found themselves forced into sudden unemployment or premature retirement. Many never fully recovered financially or emotionally and their careers were left scarred and lacking in dignified closure. The current Covid-induced recession is again presenting similar employment hardship for mature workers. Since March the labor market has shed many senior-aged men and women, who possess both high and low skill levels. In other words, this elder layoff is widespread. Unfortunately, this is not turning out to be simply a temporary furlough for these workers, but rather a longer-termed separation marked by an acceleration of egregious trends. Again, as during the last recession, newly trending labor shifts are weakening older workers' employment security. Previous examples includ

Best Way to Remove Acne Scars

 By  Dan Licamara  A simple step by step process on how you can prevent and get rid of scars for good One of the problems with acne, besides the inflammation and pain that you may experience, is the scarring left on the skin. Some of the ointments used to treat the zit itself do not really get rid of the blemishes and dark spots. Fortunately, you can now find the best way to remove acne scars today. Here are some tips which you should take note of if you want to prevent the appearance of these unsightly blemishes or remove the ones that are on the acne-affected regions of the body. All these will prove to be the best way to remove acne scars. Diet and Water Therapy Keeping healthy is really one of the greatest ways to deal with this dermatologic problem. Fruits and vegetables contain specific vitamins and minerals which will speed up the healing process and aids the body in the development of new skin cells. Hydrating can help also. Vitamin E: Real Skin Food This comes in two main type

Success Traps

 By  Jeffery Davis  Being successful is the goal. When we look to want to change our lives for the better we look to becoming a success. But what can happen to keep us from ever reaching our goals? I call these robbers "Success Traps." These are traps designed to make us more comfortable with being average than we should be. It leads us to those places in life where good enough is actually good enough for us. Your two kids can sleep in a twin bed instead of bunk beds or their own beds. You can have 1 car that everyone in the family shares instead of the 2 cars you so desperately need. Maybe you have a job and you are so grateful even though your job barely pays you enough to keep your head above water and you know each day you are there that you will never have enough to do more than survive.  Going from "not enough" to "just enough" to "more than enough" is the key to finding and living in real success. Many of us come from a place of not enough

5 Industries Already Focused On Renewable, Sustainable Energy

 By  Richard Brody  While, unfortunately, political spin, is, a reality of our system of government, we must not overlook, the potential dangers, of, proceeding, with the same - old, same - old, rather than seeking the finest, often - necessary, well - considered, viable solutions, to address true needs, goals, priorities, etc! In 2016, Donald Trump upset the political experts, and normal expectations, by articulating a campaign strategy, emphasizing his campaign slogan, Make America Great Again! However, many believe, the past four years, has seriously set us, back, significantly, in many areas, especially, those related to the environmental, and climate needs, and need to seek renewable, sustainable energy sources, and approaches, instead of, merely, the same - old, same - old, business - as - usual, and excessive reliance on fossil fuels. While politicians, often, seem to focus on their personal agenda, etc, the world must address these challenges, sooner, rather than later! Even, m

ABCs Of Your Career Journey - U Is For Unleash

 By  E. Elizabeth Carter  How often do you completely let go? In other words, when was the last time you just stopped running on that hamster wheel of life and took a real break from the action? It is important to take time-outs periodically in order to have the opportunity to unleash your inner self. This is not just about spending a quick moment to "stop and smell the roses" but instead hitting the pause button for a period of time. The issue with doing this is that we have a tendency to unleash our inner critic. It is bad enough that we are bombarded 24/7 with negative news and images so why would we want to focus on negative things about ourselves? Is it because we have too high expectations of others and then we feel obligated to even be harder on ourselves? You need to just stop! All this negativity does not help you with your career journey. Instead it actually can do the opposite. By constantly berating ourselves we lose confidence and motivation to take on new opport

Top 10 Things to Do in Baracoa

 BY Orsolya Bartalis  Near the eastern tip of the island and situated closer to Haiti than Havana, was founded in 1511 as the first villa in Cuba. It was the first capital city of Cuba, but was forgotten over time as the rest of the villas were founded, due to only being able to be accessed by the sea. La Farola Road, is one of the seven wonders of Cuban architecture of the 20th century was built in the 70's providing access to the city. Baracoa is a true natural paradise, with 29 rivers, Atlantic Ocean to the North, amazing mountains to the South. If you were ever looking for El Dorado, this place is it! And if the sights weren't amazing enough it is also a true foodie paradise with amazing seafood, unique dishes, delicious cacao, and the freshest coconuts around. Fertile forests, azure seas, foot-tapping tunes and delicious desserts - don't miss the quirky eastern city of Baracoa. Baracoa has beautiful beaches away from the crowds and noise you find in huge resorts of the

Blindsided By Congress

BY Dr. Tim G Williams   What congress is doing to the American with their constant squabbling over much needed financial relief is paramount to high level extortion over the public. The blame rest squarely with the Senate Majority leader and the Republican controlled Senate. Without a doubt the American public are being held hostage by a self serving bureaucracy. With the holidays fast approaching amid a deadly pandemic millions of Americans face a brutal cold winter all the while our public servants continue to service themselves. One cannot remember when Congress has acted with such callousness and arrogance by their sheer audacity in their failure to come to bat for the American public.  Back in the day as my father used to call the good old days we had a congress that actually worked for the people. Now, the only time congress manages to conjure up a bill that is actually passed reflects the interest of members of congress all the while being disguised as a workable bill in helping

The History of Midway Airlines

BY Robert Waldvogel Airline Origins and Service Inauguration: Chicago-based Midway Airlines, which plied the skies for a dozen years, was the first deregulation-spawned start-up to enter service, paving the way for the multitude of other similar-strategy carriers that followed. In a way, it represented all of them, sparking a resurgence of vacated, underutilized airports they claimed as their operational bases, and it taught important lessons about such airlines. Ultimately, it demonstrated the underlying forces of US deregulation. Its history may have been brief, but it was characterized by aircraft, destination, and strategy changes, as it sought to determine its niche and profitably fill it. Founded on August 6, 1976 by Irving Tague, a former Hughes Airwest executive, to offer low-fare, high-frequency, no-frills, single-class service with a fleet of used McDonnell-Douglas DC-9s and to re-establish its virtually dormant, but city-vicinity Chicago South Side namesake airport, thus avo

Weight Gain in Menopause: 6 Easy Intervention Steps

BY  Sue Rose  What exactly is menopause? Simply put, menopause is a very natural aspect of the female aging process. It is not a disease, but we may think of it as a "disease" because of the problems that can occur while in this stage of life. The average age for menopause is 51 years of age. At this point, the ovaries are no longer producing estrogen. This lack of estrogen comes with a laundry list of changes for most women. Not too many women escape this stage of life unscathed in terms of symptoms. The symptoms experienced are in large part due to this decline of estrogen in the body. This decline in estrogen can affect women both physically and mentally. Common problems include menopause weight gain, brain fog, depression, and sleep difficulties. Menopause weight gain and estrogen Estrogen is a power packed hormone. As our production declines in aging, there is a physiological impact on both our bodies and brains. You are definitely not imagining that you feel differently