Why do you exist?
What's the point of you?
Are you so self absorbed you don't even see how much you are hurting those who love you the most?
Is your existence solely based on what you want?
What is your life worth, everyone else's happiness?
How do you sleep at night knowing that those who love you most, could be gone forever any minute. And you were too busy to even show your love for her/him. What would that do to you? How does this make you feel?
When you see the person you fell in love with, ask yourself, am I still in love with her/him? If not or if yes, why?
Do you want to spend the rest of your life living in a life where those around you disappear simply because they feel like they aren't loved by you. And slowly but surely all you have worked for all you have based all, and I mean all, your time on is nothing in comparison to the pain you will feel when you lose the one you hold most dear.
What does this mean to you?
Who are you? What are you? Better yet,
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Don't let the chill in the air keep you and your little ones inside this weekend! Take a trip to the Lower East Side to celebrate and learn about healthy habits by dancing, playing games, and cooking and sampling healthy food at Fun and Fit in the City. Madison Square Park will put on the annual Fall Fest where the kiddos can make arts and crafts, watch theater and dance 'til they drop. Battery Park is also hosting an annual celebration, Harmony on the Hudson, where you can marvel at oversized puppets and double dutch extravaganzas. Enjoy some music this weekend with a performance of Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players, or head to the New York Aquarium for African Penguin Awareness Weekend.
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Learning about healthy habits has never been so much fun! Both parents and kids will be delighted to spend the day playing foosball, shooting hoops, dancing, testing their fast pitch skills, and enjoying more interactive areas to
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- Ellen Dolgen | Author Blog Posts – Mon, Oct 8, 2012 11:18 AM EDT
Before we get to this week's post, I want to remind everyone that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Towards my mission as a health and wellness advocate, may I make a simple request? If you are over the age of 40 and you haven't had a mammogram in the past year, will you schedule an appointment to get one before the end of this month? Early detection is so important. Unfortunately, many women over the age of 40 don't have annual mammograms. The National Breast Cancer Foundation has an online tool and smartphone app that you can use to create an early detection plan complete with reminders when it's time for self and clinical exams. How easy is that? Let's do this for ourselves, ok? And spread the word to the other women in your life.
Today's Menopause Mondays Blog was going to be a continuation of Ellen's 5 Steps to Hormone Happiness. Last week we learned Step 1: Don't Wait to get the help you need. This week's blog was intended to be Step 2: Find your Specialist.Read More »from Menopause Mondays: Do You Know About Vaginal Atrophy?
- teresa smith | Author Blog Posts – Mon, Oct 8, 2012 3:57 AM EDT
MY KIDS ME AND MY SON JEREMIAH
One direction is the best group for kids right know. All you haters learn to love. One direction is the NBT and so live with it because they are 100x better then Justin beiber!!!!!!
" Are you in love with Yeshua ... "
The happiest moment is when I heard from a telephone call from my coworkers the news that our experiment was a success when I was shopping with my girlfriend. It is such a surprise since we failed last time. So the happiness of success is much more strongger than it should be.
The most embarrassing thing is that I have forgotten to buy birthday cake for my boyfriend. He spent amost 24 hours on the train in order to meet me, but I actuullay forget to buy him a birthday cake. I must admit I love him deeply, but I just forget it. At last, I bought one the next day to make up.
The heathiest thing we have done during the holiday is playing basketball and learning the square dance.
The most heart-struck thing is that we have to depart at the end of the horliday.
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- john bachert | Author Blog Posts – Sat, Oct 6, 2012 1:17 PM EDT
I think it is time to make any form of hate against any human illegal and punishable by law!
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