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Aura E Martinez

How many times you first finish what “you have to do” before you eat? Even though you may be hungry! How many times you make other things a priority instead of putting yourself as a priority? How many times you feel a pain here or there and even so you ignore it?

Every day at every moment our body is speaking to us and we have the bad habit of ignoring it. I say this often and I will continue saying it, our body is and will always be the most precious thing we will have. It is our true home and vehicle that we will ever own. Therefore, listening to your body is not a luxury, it is a necessity. Without your body, without your health, without your well-being, you really have nothing. It is your health and well-being that will help you do your daily chores. It is your health and well-being that will help you care for your family, that you are…

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Soul Gatherings

A photograph showing three little girls battling different forms of cancer hugging each other has gone viral. The photograph showing 6-year-old Rheann, 3-year-old Rylie and 4-year-old Ainsley coming together and sharing a special moment together has been shared thousands of times on social media after local news channel Koco News reported about it.

The photograph was captured by Lora Scantling and included a bunch of other pictures as well. However, it was this one special picture of the three Cancer affected girls that seems to have captured the imagination of people around the world. Even more intriguing is the fact that the three seemingly close knit friends hadn’t even met each other before the shoot happened.

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The much shared photograph has a caption that says “Sometimes strength comes in knowing that you are not alone.” This also seems to have struck a chord with people – especially those who have…

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The Chandelier Tree in Drive-Thru Tree Park[1] is a 315-foot (96 m) tall coast redwood tree in Leggett, California with a 6-foot (1.8 m) wide by 6-foot-9-inch (2.06 m) high hole[2] cut through its base to allow a car to drive through. Its base measures 21 ft (6.4 m) in diameter. The name “Chandelier Tree” comes from its unique limbs that resemble a chandelier. The limbs, which measure from 4 to 7 ft (1.2 to 2.1 m) in diameter, begin 100 ft (30 m) above the ground. The tree is believed to have been carved in the early 1930s by Charlie Underwood.[2][3]


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