And does it affect one’s health?
The term “Islamophobia” is defined as “an unfounded hostility towards Islam and Muslims.”
There is another quote “as we think, so we become.” This means that whatever we think and whatever we believe will have some consequences. For instance, the person who thinks that they are unworthy is unlikely to become successful in life. Yet the person who believes
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Ignorance is not bliss
Body language says all. Turkish president Erdogan dominating Barak Obama. However many think that Obama’s purposeful appeasement of Muslims was placing America at great risk
Everyone has an instinctive desire to live and to be happy. An extension of that desire to live is to have children and grandchildren, and for them to be happy, to have
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Undermining the health of the world
“Do as I say stupid humans and suffer while I take my pleasure. ”
You may well think of this as the voice of moral authority but it’s time to wake up and realise that the world is becoming increasingly unjust. Most of us as children are told what not to do and yet we see those older than
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A current social issue
Let’s be clear, sexual activity between consenting adults is a natural, normal, healthy and essential activity for human well-being. The desire to participate in sexual activity is normal and natural for everyone and these desires usually begin with puberty.
Pornography has always existed because it is simply about people communicating their ideas about sex. Up until the invention of modern
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A male terror
Prostate cancers progress
The prostate is a muscular gland somewhat bigger than a walnut that adds seminal fluid to the sperm before it is expelled during ejaculation – is the second leading site for cancer in men.
This condition typically affects men in the 40 – 60 year age group. It is suspected that the cause in
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A holistic view
By Dr. Satish Kulkarni
Cancer is not a single specific disease according to ayurved. It is a group of chronic disorders related to long term unattended disturbance affecting various dhatu (body tissues) and dosha (basic body constituents). Cancer could manifest as a tumor or as a non healing ulcer. The ayurvedic synonym for tumour is arbuda or granthi and that for a
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A personal view
The price of fashion
By Katrina Scott
Some time ago, I attended a Breast Cancer Awareness seminar put on by Terry Birk with support from Dan Sullivan. During the Q&A period, I asked why the most common (and what seemed to be deadliest) area for Breast Cancer was near the arm pit.
My question could not be answered at that time
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What you don’t know CAN hurt you.
Arm yourself with the facts. Here are common myths and misconceptions about breast cancer:
Myth: Only women get breast cancer.
Fact: Though far less common than in women, it is possible for men to develop breast cancer. In a study, it is estimated that in the USA alone some 1,400 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and
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Anger; a negative reaction to life
Anger is typically a human reaction to a stimulus. An angry reaction can be caused or provoked by innocent mistakes, injustice, bad behaviour and even things the person feeling angry has done.
People desiring a sunny day can be angered by the displeasure or non fulfilment of that desire, but the
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Devil’s Apple is a nightshade species native to South Africa and is considered an invasive weed in Australia and the north island of New Zealand. This poisonous plant bears a tomato-like fruit and it has some important medicinal properties that helps to cure many but not all skin cancers.
Solanum linnaeanum is a nightshade species known as Devil’s Apple and, in some places
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