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The art is by myself, the words are from a young Scottish singer/songwriter called David Sneddon. I wanted to include the song in this post but wordpress and all it’s issues lately won’t let me upload youtube videos at the moment. A very talented young guy who only ever wanted to play the piano and sing his songs. When he was given the opportunity to do just that, he realised he didn’t want the fame and fortune that went with it. So he gave up his dream and retreated back into his shell.

This picture I’ve called Wasted, it reminds me of LOVE. Sometimes, it’s just wasted. Sometimes we retreat back into our shells. We shut doors on new opportunities because we struggle to leave the past behind and move on. Wasted. Simply wasted. The door represents age, years passed by…….and the waste of those years. (This post is NOT referring to the old narcissist) Su x

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Should we or should we not join TWITTER ??

lookingthroughanotherseyes:

I have a twitter account completely separate from my blogs. Twitter is where I spend most of my online time but it isn’t pleasurable for me as it’s where I fight monster’s IE I campaign and highlight against Paedophiles, mostly political. It’s hard and harrowing but I will never give up fighting to protect innocent children. I don’t enjoy twitter but many do enjoy the mini micro blogging. I will happily follow you and encourage others too as well. I’ve not long joined Pinterest, now that I really do enjoy a lot, I find it so inspiring and my boards are growing slowly but surely. YES go for twitter! They all love a good quote and I’m sure you will be very successful. Su x

Originally posted on Aminelle Nali - Splendiferous Doses of Happiness:

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So I’ve been thinking that I should make a twitter account for this site. We’ll post daily inspirational and motivational quotes. We may even touch on fashion and food. We will even post the links to our posts on twitter so you can find them easily and get updates on new posts. We’ll even posts nice pics. 

So tell me…should I or should I not make a twitter account for Aminellie??

Like and comment if you want us to have a twitter account? Also let us know if you will follow us if we make one!! Thanks guyss! Awaiting your feedback. 

Oh and by the way, we do have a pinterest account. http://www.pinterest.com/happyhearts16/  <- that’s the link guys so follow us and check out our boards!!

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Positive MS News: August 2014

lookingthroughanotherseyes:

Hi Billie
Thanks so much for all this information. Could I ask a favour please? Do you know of anything at all that can help ladies with MS who are on the menopause? You know how heat floors PWMS? Well dear God these hot flushes are flooring me literally, every 15 to 20 minutes now and that is 24/7 every single day. It wakes me at night, can’t remember the last time I had more than an hours sleep. I can cope with all the other symptoms but each hot flush brings nausea, dizziness, and whole body weakness. I try and put on a brave face around others but I’m really suffering badly. I just wondered if you knew of anything natural that may help alleviate it. No prescription drugs. Please don’t worry at all if you don’t know of anything. Thanks Billie, love Su x

Originally posted on Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me:

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August 2014 has been a great month for people with neurological illnesses, as they finally saw their type of illness broadcast, and indeed, doused by ALS ice bucket challenges.

To quickly place ALS amongst other neurological illnesses, perhaps the most famous person with ALS is Stephen Hawking, a person hero of mine since my teenage years. ALS, also called MND (Motor Neurone Disease and Lou Gehrig’s Disease), is similar to multiple sclerosis, and has several causes. A lot of money has gone to charitable organisations supporting ALS as well as other neurological illnesses.

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The Big One: CDC whistleblower goes public Now

lookingthroughanotherseyes:

Well done Jon, you’ve educated so many people on the subject of vaccine damage. I’m vaccine damaged myself. Hep B vaccine Engerix B, Glaxo. Ruined my whole life & that of my colleagues. I lost everything, career, home, marriage, health. It’s a game of Russian Roulette that I won’t be playing again.

Originally posted on Jon Rappoport's Blog:

The Big One: CDC whistleblower goes public Now

CDC whistleblower admits fraud publicly: releases Aug. 27 statement!

by Jon Rappoport

August 27, 2014

www.nomorefakenews.com

Here it is. All the people who said we were making it up, inventing charges of fraud at the CDC…well, here it is. CDC Whistleblower William Thompson’s own statement, released from his lawyer’s office today.

I’ll have more to say about Thompson’s confession. But for now, read his words, particularly the opening. The 2004 CDC study on the MMR vaccine and autism was cooked. It was fraud.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-AUGUST 27,2014

STATEMENT OF WILLIAM W. THOMPSON, Ph.D., REGARDING THE 2004 ARTICLE EXAMINING THE POSSIBILITY OF A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MMR VACCINE AND AUTISM

My name is William Thompson. I am a Senior Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where I have worked since 1998.

I regret that my coauthors and I omitted statistically…

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