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San Francisco in 48hrs

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San Francisco in 48hrs

Days off are coveted. Every hour savored. 48hrs in San Francisco can feel more like a luxurious 4-day vacation with some savvy inside information and a sense of adventure. Two international airports serve the area, offering a great choice of airlines and competitive flight prices to San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (Oak) for a weekend […]

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Brenda Lee Eager – Ask Prince: She’s “Somebody’s Somebody.”

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Brenda Lee Eager – Ask Prince: She’s “Somebody’s Somebody.”

“Remember, everything we say, everything we do carries power. Even if you sing softly, be sure of where you’re going. You’ll know when it’s time to kick it up, and ride it!” – Brenda Lee Eager Brenda Lee Eager is a singer, performing artist, and songwriter whose lyrics and music have made hits possible for recording artists […]

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Addictions: Can Acupuncture Kick the Habit?

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Addictions: Can Acupuncture Kick the Habit?

Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Marilyn Monroe…. Each engaged in hand-to-hand combat with their addictions, caught in the vortex of the precarious distance between Heaven and Earth.  The “highs” they experienced are faint competition for the currents of grief that always seem to be eddying around them – ruthless and ever-present regardless of the kind of momentary […]

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“A Call to Conscience – There Is Nothing Wrong with Power If Power Is Used Correctly.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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“A Call to Conscience – There Is Nothing Wrong with Power If Power Is Used Correctly.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

During a U.S. Republican Presidential Campaign debate in January 2012, viewed by millions, candidate Ron Paul lauded the principles and practices of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He indicated that if the candidates and other world leaders operated from a different perspective and set of principles, they could right the course of their countries, which […]

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Inner Compass: Finding the Path Through Turbulent Times

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Inner Compass: Finding the Path Through Turbulent Times

The water enveloped me, beginning to feel like an enormous python exerting its strength, slowly suffocating me like a vise. I was a strong and instinctive swimmer. Up until now, the ocean had always been a source of inspiration and haven.  In the past, when I found myself in situations that generated too much cognitive […]

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