Monthly Archives: December 2016

Of Reishi

OF REISHI       It has been  said: “As a Spirit [Shen] tonic, nothing compares to Reishi. It is simply the greatest Spirit tonic of them all. It is believed by the Chinese to protect the Spirit and to … Continue reading

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Of Gynostemma

OF GYNOSTEMMA It is reported: Jiaogulan (Gynostemma) is a plant that grows wild in China. The leaf is used to make medicine. Jiaogulan is sometimes referred to as “Southern Ginseng” because it grows in south central China and is used … Continue reading

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Of Yerba Mate

YERBA MATE Benefits of Yerba Mate It is reported that the Pasteur Institute and the Paris Scientific society in 1964 were interested in this healthy source of vitamins and did a thorough study of its properties. The investigators concluded “it … Continue reading

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Of Paradigm Shifts

“Change is inevitable, but personal growth is a choice.” (BOB) “Had a paradigm shift, like I met Morpheus….” (stic.man) This morning i was listening to some BOB, and he was talking about “Paradigms.”  He says that Paradigms are a multitude … Continue reading

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Jesus: The Son of Mary

This is a short lecture on the Islamic perspective of Jesus.  Please watch, share, and subscribe.  Your support is GREATLY appreciated.      

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Jesus: The Son of Mary

In this video, we discuss the Islamic perspective on the life and teachings of Jesus,  We also discuss how the teachings of Jesus were altered and the religion of Christianity came into being. Please watch, share, and subscribe–your support is … Continue reading

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Is it Racism or Bigotry? (Part One)

Is it Racism or Bigotry? (Part One) An interesting discussion came up recently about racism and the term “Islamophobia” and how many Immigrant Muslims (IMs) are feeling the brunt of anti-Muslim discrimination and “racism” (especially since 9/11 and more recently … Continue reading

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Of Walking

Some reflections on walking. “I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out until sundown: for going out, I found, was really going in.” –   John Muir “As a single footstep will not make a path on … Continue reading

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