November 2009 Blog Posts (10)

GEMSTONE OF THE WEEK: MOONSTONE

http://www.rainbowcrystal.com/crystal/gems/moonstone.html



Hi all, Moonstone has always been an eye catcher. The lumincescent, rainbow specimans from India are exquisite. This is the psychic's stone. It promotes intuition and vision. It is of the sign Cancer, aptly named, as it draws in the influence of the Moon. It has the look of warm ice, frozen light. If you want to enhance your psychic abilities, this is the… Continue

Added by Christopher Ree on November 29, 2009 at 9:54pm — No Comments

GEMSTONE OF THE WEEK: PERIDOT

http://www.rainbowcrystal.com/crystal/gems/peridot.html

Here is a stone that is easy to obtain and beautiful to look at. It's green radiance is eye catching and brings health and wealth to its wearer. Get some and wear some. It is always in fashion. LL&L, Christopher Ree

Added by Christopher Ree on November 27, 2009 at 9:17pm — No Comments

GEMSTONE OF THE WEEK: PERIDOT

http://www.rainbowcrystal.com/crystal/gems/peridot.html

Here is a stone that is easy to obtain and beautiful to look at. It's green radiance is eye catching and brings health and wealth to its wearer. Get some and wear some. It is always in fashion. LL&L, Christopher Ree

Added by Christopher Ree on November 26, 2009 at 2:10am — No Comments

Thanks, But No Thanks!

An Attitude of Gratitude is much espoused by spiritual communities everywhere. But for some reason, this year a piece of me is a little annoyed with that whole idea... not that anything is particularly wrong in my life, or that I don't have lots to be grateful for, but I keep asking myself why I SHOULD be thankful for the struggles... why should I be happy to embrace the pain that has slowed me down so much in the past year? Why should I be happy to have a leaky roof and little hope for… Continue

Added by Danielle Daoust on November 25, 2009 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

Taune Nicole Winter

This is the story of a girl, born to a retarded girl who had been molested at a carnival. Her birth was not expected, for you see, her birth mother's mother had her get an abortion. Thing is, the girl in this story was a twin. It wasn't until the birth mother continued to be pregnant that this became known, whereupon the she was taken to have a second abortion.



This is where the baby's story became known to my friend, Jodi, who was then 26. She found this baby and adopted her. She… Continue

Added by Teresa Crane on November 22, 2009 at 7:01pm — No Comments

2012

I've noticed a lot of debate on the world ending on 2012....or at least life on Earth going extinct. But when you look at the facts, is there really any reliable proof? When you look at it from a religious standpoint, it could be the rapture. This, however, I find hard to believe. God has his plan, but I believe there would be more definite proof of the rapture was about to take place, if God decided there should be proof at all. Remember, God doesn't need to prove himself to us, so the point… Continue

Added by Wonderland Cat on November 19, 2009 at 9:28pm — 2 Comments

Slacker

Yes, I am a slacker. I haven't kept up with my "100 Days Till 2010" blogging. So I guess, instead of blogging, I need a flogging. Ah, well...



Here's the deal...I have felt (if not 'been') overwhelmed. I get WAY too much email, ya know? But right now it is quiet on the WWW and so I am thinking I need to catch up. But no, I am NOT going to write a blog for every day I missed. I'm just not up to it.



I would like to comment on a book I mentioned a while back. I haven't even… Continue

Added by Teresa Crane on November 16, 2009 at 7:34pm — No Comments

Remembering...

I became a pacifist before I became a teenager. It happened when we lived in Germany, 10 years after the end of the second World War. The scars from those days were obvious everywhere... we were both nervous and curious about the bunkers in the farmers' fields, the small cemeteries that we came upon as we rode through the Black Forest, the burned out, half-destroyed villages and the anxiety in the eyes of many Germans, the angst that we felt against their occupiers.



But there were… Continue

Added by Danielle Daoust on November 11, 2009 at 3:49pm — No Comments

Remembering...

I became a pacifist before I became a teenager. It happened when we lived in Germany, 10 years after the end of the second World War. The scars from those days were obvious everywhere... we were both nervous and curious about the bunkers in the farmers' fields, the small cemeteries that we came upon as we rode through the Black Forest, the burned out, half-destroyed villages and the anxiety in the eyes of many Germans, the angst that we felt against their occupiers.



But there were… Continue

Added by Danielle Daoust on November 11, 2009 at 3:49pm — No Comments

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Added by Teresa Crane on November 1, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments

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