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How Serendipity Can Positively Affect Your Life
by Neil Farber, MD

Serendipity. It is often called by other names: Karma, chance, good luck, the hand of God. Some lucky soul comes across something that changes his or her life, and perhaps the lives of others. We all wish for that lucky occurrence. But how does serendipity differ from pure luck? Luck usually just happens to someone, […]

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When You Do Your Part, We Do Our Part
The Collective of Guides Channeled by Salena Migeot

We know that many of you are moving through vast changes in your life at seemingly warp speed. We congratulate you on staying in the flow so beautifully and allowing the necessary changes to happen absent of your resistance. Those of you who resist the inevitable changes that you are all going through on a […]

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Come to your Senses: Mindfulness in Nature
by Dalia Wallach

man sitting at beach

There is something calming but also energizing when you spend time in nature. It feels quiet yet there is so much going on between the plants, trees, fungi, birds, bugs and animals. Nothing in nature exists in isolation and everything is interconnected and interdependent. It creates a thriving ecosystem. Once you step into nature you […]

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Hope Is The Key
by Elaine P.Morgan – Warrenton, VA

He wrote me that prior to his incarceration prison was an abstraction. It was in a movie or a book plot, not affecting his life and he never gave it a thought.  I felt the same way until I became a Prison Correspondent Mentor.  I had many opportunities for service in the past as a […]

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Love is …
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

Love is food; it’s fuel; it’s energy. It multiplies; it envelops; it seeps. Love is what we need; what we want; what we were created to give away, not keep. Love is a noun, a verb, an adjective … It is a thought and what we can willfully choose to become our narrative. It is […]

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A Definition By Any Other Name …
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

The company you keep defines who you are. We are who we associate with. Tell me with whom you associate, and I will tell you who you are. We have heard these sayings for decades. Now, we are sharing them on posters all over social media, which makes me wonder what aspect of our human intellect needs to promulgate […]

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Are Hurricanes Really Getting Worse?
by Bill Pekny

Heading into the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season (June 1–November 30), there is a lot of fear that these types of storms are getting more frequent and more severe. Many folks believe that warming oceans will mean more energy for these storms to absorb, which will translate to stronger and more destructive hurricanes when they make landfall. […]

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Turn that frown upside down…
by Jimmy Kilimitzoglou, DDS, FACD, FPFA, DABOI, MAGD, FAAID, FICOI

The thought of going to the dentist conjures up feelings of gloom and doom. While there are those conscientious individuals who faithfully visit their family dentist twice annually as recommended by professional dental associations, there are those who wait until the absolute last possible moment—when the toothache is totally unbearable—to pick up the phone and […]

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Can Cell Phones Cause Heart Arrhythmia? by Susan Finley

“You have an electrical problem with your heart, we are going to have stop it and restart it again,” said the young doctor hovering over me, in the ER room (who I could almost swear looked no older than 17). Fearful it was his first day in the ER, I imagined his earlier conversation before […]

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Another Leap Forward in Dental Healing: The Regenerative Dental Pulp Cap
by Jeffrey Etess, DMD, NMD, IBDM

As society turns the corner from the pandemic, life is starting to return to normal. We are all attempting to get back to the things we miss doing and attending to our personal needs, including going back to the dentist. Many have put their dental needs on a complete hold during the last year. Unfortunately, […]

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