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Author: Dr Paul Dyer (Dr Paul Dyer)

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Are You Still Singing  And Marching

Are You Still Singing And Marching

The same voices speaking or that goes into a song has been ringing in our ears for 58 years or 200 years or maybe never. When people who were once considered an animal fighting to be seen in the hearts of others as equal, these things are not happening. There are lives lost, lives that...

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My Black Pride Is Not A Crime

My Black Pride Is Not A Crime

I am reaching to you from my experience and my journey. The way we touch and connect our lives as humans is to understand the dynamic of love and the comfort of compassion. Here is a poem I wrote.                        Gonna Take You Higher Black Pride The Crime I am:                                Your Papers, My Crime...

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The New Beginnings

The New Beginnings

the new beginning has been an approach to many teachings in every cultural since time began. new beginnings will also be difficult to achieve. therefore we seek teachers to guide us on that journey but we forget to practice what is taught. with all things there is teaching which is education and then their is...

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GETTING BACK TO NORMAL…

GETTING BACK TO NORMAL…

GETTING BACK TO NORMAL… By Demetrica “Meechie” Jefferis It appears that the world is returning to business as usual after the undeniably hard-hitting effects of the pandemic. With the breakthrough of a vaccination, millions are receiving vaccinations daily. States lifting restriction bans in restaurants, the “one way” arrows have been removed from grocery store aisles....

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The Slapping Of 2020

The Slapping Of 2020

                                           The Slapping Of 2020                             I and many other writers have always put ourselves into what we are writing about.  Recently my sister came and visit me. Since the unveiling of 2020 we were awaking with a cold slap of reality. Like so many communities and families we have lost the physical connection we...

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The Underground Railroad / Memorial Day

The Underground Railroad / Memorial Day

There is an immediate vision when we see or hear these words. The vision of struggle and freedom combined with lots and lots of trauma and death. Then there is Memorial Day that people celebrate with glee and cheer. Not remembering the death of others who sacrifice for the service to others. History is often...

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We Are Far From Our Lives

We Are Far From Our Lives

It may be hard to believe, but 9 out of 10 adults breathe incorrectly, thereby impairing their health and exacerbating anxiety and depression. Fortunately, learning to breathe correctly is not a complicated affair. I have been trained in many science art forms and I truly practice and cherish them all and what the person I...

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Sickle Cell Disease and the Gap in the Blood Supply –

Sickle Cell Disease and the Gap in the Blood Supply –

Sickle Cell Disease and the Gap in the Blood Supply -How the First and Most Common Genetic Disease in the United States is still a Major Health Concern According to the CDC and NIH, Sickle cell affects almost all ethnicities; primarily affecting people with ancestors from Africa, India, Central and South America, the Middle East,...

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Awareness And The Mind

Awareness And The Mind

Awareness, awakening or whatever term you wish to use is what enlightenment is about.  I am often asked how and why I practice The Living Art. I say “it is not to be better it is to awaken the whole”.  Coming to this, our natural state is not a easy task, however it is not...

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All Men Reach And Fall

All Men Reach And Fall

written by: Dr. Paul W Dyer GM All Men Reach And Fall Our image of the future is instrumental in the evolution of the world. It is important that we imagine the best possible future for ourselves. Our DNA contains not only our past but also our future and is a prospective blueprint. There is...

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