Are They Watching?


Shutterstock.com We are closer to accepting death more than ever today. There are movies, books and studies on the subject to keep it on the forefront of our minds. Due to this, deathbed visions and crossing over to the other side is not a story of folklore. The idea is maturing and becoming widely affirmed as ...

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Bus Driver Pays For Cab to Help Lost Girl Get to School on Time


While bus drivers are required to stick to their schedules, this compassionate driver did not mind stopping along his route to check up on a distressed teenage girl. When the unidentified driver reportedly saw the youngster on Tuesday morning, he exited the bus to ask if she was okay. She then said that she had gotten lost and she was ...

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Do You Have What it Takes to Overcome?


A North Korean defector was able to escape a life of hell when she was 13 years-old. Yeomni Park shared the grisly account of seeing her own mother raped to protect her and witnessed her friend’s mother being executed for watching an American film. “There is a saying in North Korea: ‘Women are weak, but mothers ...

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Teens Save Dad’s Life When Truck Rolls Onto His Head


Bob Staub might not be alive today if it were not for the quick-thinking of his 14-year-old son and his two teenage friends. Staub found himself in trouble after he took the three freshmen high school students out fishing at Tunica Lake, Mississippi last weekend. They were backing their truck and boat down the boat ramp when the car’s gear ...

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The Symbolism of the Cherry Blossom


Shutterstock.com There is a flower that opens for only a handful of days each year. Blooming in the hundreds, they gently unfold, reaching their peak as tiny, delicately-colored blossoms. Shortly after, they die, detaching from their stems and billowing out into the wind in beautiful clouds of petals that clothe the ground in white and pale ...

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Dog Chews Boy’s Hearing Aid, and Brings Priceless Gift to Others


When a boy’s dog chewed up his hearing aid, the young man learned that each replacement costs $3,000, and isn’t covered by insurance. Right then, he decided to do something to help people who aren’t as fortunate as he is. ‘Other kids don’t get the chance to hear, simply because they can’t afford it?’—Braden Baker, who has worn hearing aids ...

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Make Life a Beach


Shutterstock.com Many people dream of retiring and living near the beach. There’s a sense of wonderment and harmony when we start digging our toes into the warm sand, listening to the waves and capturing the visual beauty of the ocean. Research is also backing up why the beach evokes such a feel-good response ...

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New York Man Wins $5 Million Lottery While Buying Mushrooms for His Pasta


John Lewis rarely indulges in spontaneous purchases – but after running to the store to get mushrooms for his pasta sauce, he got a sudden urge to play the lottery. It is a good thing he did, too. Upon listening to his strange desire to buy a Set For Life scratch-off, the 56-year-old bartender won the top prize of $5 ...

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Surviving in an Introvert World


The world of an introvert can be a scary place to be. Introverts are all expected to immerse themselves in an extrovert culture, which is exaggerated by the world as being archetypical. Introverts are often times condemned and forced into a life of being an extrovert, which can feel like a prison sentence. The people ...

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Louise Hay Built a Healing Empire, After She Healed Herself (1926–2017)


Self-Help pioneer Louise Hay published her first book, Heal Your Body, in 1976 (at age 50) long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body. Today her publishing empire, Hay House, continues the mission of that first best-selling book, by promoting the work of notable healing practitioners as Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Doreen ...

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