Sunday, June 6, 2010

Help students! Fund Education

Another video on the teacher crunch.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Ruth Gibbs honored

My former high school coach, Ruth Gibbs, was honored by having the new Phillipsburg Softball Complex named after her. It is an honor that is well deserved and long overdue. Coach Gibbs positively influenced thousands of young women and was a pioneer for girls and womens sports. Thank you Coach Gibbs!
Ruth Gibbs honored

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Governor Christie chooses wealthy over school students!

This is an excerpt from the president of NJEA (NJ Education Association). In the long run EVERYONE will lose out!

Millionaires or kids? Christie has made his choice
by NJEA President Barbara Keshishian

The choice could not be more stark: tax cuts for millionaires, or full school funding for New Jersey kids. Just a few weeks into his term Gov. Christie has staked out his position, slashing nearly $1.5 billion from state aid to schools and higher education.

At the same time, he has rejected out of hand any consideration of reinstating a very modest tax on the very wealthiest New Jersey residents, those making more than $400,000 per year. Last year, that surcharge generated nearly $1 billion in revenue for the state, enough to close much of the hole that his reckless budget opened in local school budgets.

Those two decisions – to slash funding for schools and to deliver generous tax cuts for the super wealthy – are so far out of the mainstream in New Jersey that the governor is attempting to distract New Jerseyans from the real issue. For the last several days, his distraction of choice has been to attack teachers and school employees, claiming that we – not his misguided priorities – are the reason that schools face deep and painful cuts that are going to hurt kids.

I understand politics, and I understand Gov. Christie’s tactics. If I were cutting funds from schools to provide tax cuts to the wealthy, I’d be looking for a distraction too. I wouldn’t want people focusing on the consequences for students and I wouldn’t want people asking why millionaires get a pass when everyone else is being asked to share in the sacrifice.

I wouldn’t want to answer for why teachers and staff will be laid off, why class sizes will go up, why academic programs will be cut, or why valuable extracurricular activities will be cut. I wouldn’t want to have to justify slamming doors in the faces of college students who just want to get the training and education they need to prepare for today’s jobs and help grow our economy back to health.

Gov. Christie is a very shrewd politician, and he’s using crafty political tactics to impose his agenda on the state. But when he turned his attack machine on teachers and school employees, he really stooped to a desperate new low, because our members are not the problem.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Letter to Gov. Christie

This is a letter to Gov. Christie from Michelle A. Corus, a 2007 nominee for the Governor's Teachers Award. This is a response to the ongoing and sometimes ugly comments made about teachers (coming from the governor's office).

To The Honorable Chris Christie,
I am the enemy. I never realized this until your election to governor. In a few short weeks, you have made this fact explicitly clear to me. A large portion of your budget address was about my profession, and how we have caused the problems this state now faces. I want to thank you for opening my eyes to this fact. However, I am not sure I understand how I am the problem or how I have caused the state to be in such debt.
I have been teaching in our public school system for 9 years. I started at $36,000 a year. My college roommate started as an office worker at an accounting firm for $75,000. It was the same year. He told me he mostly made copies and plugged numbers into a computer. I was designing lesson plans, teaching classes of 30+ students, some of whom had problems with drug abuse, crime, and depression. After nine years experience I made $52,000 last year. I would like to point out that this is $8,000 less than your media relations person. You know, the 25 year old who runs your Twitter and Facebook accounts. My college roommate? He makes double what I do now. We both have bachelor s degrees. But what do I know? I am the problem.
You tell the people of New Jersey that we teachers get a free ride on the pension gravy train. Well, I contribute to my pension. It has been deducted from every paycheck I have ever received. Thousands. You do not contribute to my pension even though it is legally and contractually required. You have lied to the people of New Jersey and your refusal to pay the pension just puts off the inevitable. Leave the problem for the next generation, I suppose. I also paid over $6,000 in property taxes. It’s convenient that you leave us to be blamed for property taxes when we pay just as much as everyone else. You and those who attack us seem to forget that. But what do I know? I am the problem.
During my time as a teacher, I have volunteered many late hours, volunteered. Although you seem to think all I care about is me, me, me, I have coached girl s powder-puff football for nothing. I have chaperoned school dances, plays, and fundraisers. I have worked the concession stand at football games. I wasn’t paid for any of this. I have bought hundreds of dollars worth of shirts, cookie dough, pizzas and countless other items I didn’t really need because I wanted to help support my students and their activities. I have canned at football games to help needy students, stayed late waiting for parents to pick up kids who missed their busses, and bought classes pizzas and breakfast to reward them for their excellence. I cooked a class eggs and waffles once because they brought in over 500 canned goods for our local homeless shelter. I have been in a dunk tank not once, but twice to fundraise for my school. I have taken pies to the face and almost had to kiss a ram, all for my students. My coworker and I once organized a pancake breakfast for a student battling cancer. We and many of our colleagues whom you demean were at school at 4:30 in the morning to prepare pancakes for a school of over 2,000 students. We raised over ten thousand dollars for that student. I never asked once, What is in it for me?
You have declared open season on teachers. You have made us the bane of New Jersey’s existence. I know, I read the comments on the and Press of Atlantic City websites. Teachers are lazy, overpaid, underworked. We are whiners. I guess that is what I am doing right now. You have made it okay to bash us. Some of the public are rejoicing that my colleagues will lose their jobs. Until you opened my eyes and opened their mouths, I never realized what a terrible person I was.
When I decided to study education in college my mother warned me that I had better not teach unless it was a passion. She told me if I just wanted summers off I wouldn’t last. She was a teacher herself. She said I could get paid better doing other things. She told me my efforts would not be appreciated, that it was only a matter of time before politics made us the enemy again. I didn’t listen. Teaching was a calling for me, and I thought that even though I wouldn’t be paid a lot, at least I would have good benefits, a pension, and job security. What a fool I was. I thought I was doing the right thing, helping kids, improving society. Turns out the whole time I was none of these things. I was the enemy. I was the problem. My own government has forsaken me; my own community would like to banish me. For the first time in my career, I am questioning my decision, feeling my passion diminish.
Thank you for showing me the light. My only hope is that the next generation does not see the light, and does not listen to you, because if they’d there will be no more problems like me, there will be no public education. You will have won your war against the middle and lower class. You will create a society where the rich get educated and the poor do not. But then again, what do I know? I am the problem.

A 2007 Nominee for the Governor's Teacher of the Year Award Ms. Michelle A.Corus, M.Ed.,
NCC Grade 7, Language Arts/Social Studies Lake Riviera Middle
School BTEA Sr. BuildingRep./Co-maternity Chair OCCEA Executive
Board--Publications Editor NJEA Delegate Assembly Alternate

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Teacher Worries!

This is a short video on the teacher concerns in NJ. Hope the info helps any teacher who is in need of options!

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Georgia Education Cuts

Here are some of the facts about cuts happening in Georgia Education.

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Philllies and Placido

Wasn't sure how Placido Polanco was going to do the second time around with the Phillies, but he sure has been good this first week! Hope he can keep it up!

Sunday, March 21, 2010


Conservation group says cheetahs are back after 30 years of war in devastated southern Angola

OTJIWARONGO, Namibia (AP) — Scientists saw cheetahs in southern Angola for the first time in three decades since the now-ended civil war devastated the animal's habitat, a conservation group said Wednesday.

After a three day survey in the arid Iona district of Angola bordering Namibia, cheetah specialist Laurie Marker reported the sighting of the fast, spotted, leopard-like wild feline.

Male cheetahs leave their droppings on trees as territorial markings, Marker reported to the Cheetah Conservation Fund, an international research organization based in this northern Namibian town.

"We found nine different marking trees," he said. In one, he saw cheetah dung. Then "two male cheetahs ran out. It was very exciting — there are cheetahs in Angola," he said.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Congratulations to Dr. Laurie Marker!

Tuesday, March 09, 2010
One more Award for CCF: the 2010 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement
Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

2010 Tyler Laureates
Laurie Marker and Stuart L. Pimm
Winners of 2010 Tyler Environmental Prize Announced

Laurie Marker of the Cheetah Conservation Fund and Stuart Pimm of Duke University recognized for scientific and management contributions to the understanding and restoration of ecosystems.

Two conservationists whose careers have centered on understanding ecosystem functions as the essential foundation for ecosystem restoration will share the 2010 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.

The award, consisting of a $200,000 cash prize and gold medals, will go to Dr. Laurie Marker, the co-founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Otjiwarongo, Namibia, and Professor Stuart Pimm, the Doris Duke Professor of Conservation Ecology at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

On Friday, April 23, at 7 p.m., the Tyler Prize Executive Committee and the international environmental community will honor the recipients at a banquet and ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

The Tyler Prize Executive Committee recognized Marker and Pimm “for their scientific contributions, their understanding of ecosystem functions, and for their applications of this knowledge to the management and restoration of ecosystems to the benefit of their inhabitants.”

Laurie Marker has been involved in the study of wild cheetahs for more than 30 years and established an organization in Namibia to study them and protect them. The organization approaches wildlife conservation by clearly addressing the needs of human inhabitants and creating economic opportunities for them. The Tyler Prize award is made in recognition of her contributions to developing an ecosystem-based approach to sustainable management of a landscape that incorporates “the knowledge and economic interests of the local population” to support its long-term goal of protecting the endangered cheetah.

Marker has been involved in the study and captive breeding of cheetahs since the mid-1970s and established the Cheetah Conservation Fund in 1990. The group addresses problems, real and perceived, of cheetah predation on livestock as well as the very real degradation of grazing land and wildlife habitat by an invasive plant. Marker has initiated projects that raise guard dogs for livestock herds to reduce cheetah predation and that create an economic enterprise to clear invasive thorny bushes and process them into fuel. The projects are building a constituency among rural Namibians for cheetah conservation and, at the same time, are restoring and protecting farmland, livestock pastures and wildlife habitat.

Marker’s nomination for the Tyler Prize was initiated by a former U.S. Ambassador to Namibia, Jeffrey Bader. In his letter of nomination, Bader described Marker as “literally and figuratively a force of nature,” and he described the work of the Cheetah Conservation Fund as “the most successful project I have ever seen to protect the world's biodiversity.”

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Two roommates are doing their part to help save a species

By Glen Beeby KPIC News Video WINSTON, Ore. -- Wildlife Safari in Winston, has rare animals from across the globe, like rhino's, lions and even an Anatolian Shepherd. The rare thing about this pooch is not her breed, but her roommate who just happens to be the fastest predator on earth.
"It's a very popular question of why we have a dog and a cheetah out there, and it's a common practice that a lot of institutions across the United States are doing right now in an effort to tell this very conservation story," said Dan Brands, Curator at the Safari.

As a single birth cheetah cub, Sanurra was abandoned by her mother, which opened the door for these two, to be brought together.

Cheetah supervisor, Sarah Roy, says, "Rather than let Sanurra grow up alone we were able to bring in a dog as a sibling, basically like her sister, and they have been together ever since."

This odd pairing was no accident, as an Anatolian Shepard is very protective, and that natural instinct could be the key to saving the wild cheetah population.

"Anatolians will be like that no matter what they are raised with whether it's goats or whether it's the farmers get these dogs as puppies, and a big barking dog is plenty to keep a cheetah away from their livestock, and in turn farmers are shooting less cheetahs, because right now they are a shoot-on-site animal," said Roy.

While these roommates may be considered the odd couple of the safari, caretakers says it's like nothing they've ever seen.

"When we take the dog for her daily walk, the cheetah sits on her house and waits for the dog to some back, and if we take Sanurra down to the village for the day, Ellie cries and whines for her cheetah to come back, so they do miss each other."

That type of bond could change the road ahead for cheetahs in Africa.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Ohno Breaks Blair's Mark

It has been an exciting Olympics so far! I must admit that one of my favorite winter Olympic athletes is Bonnie Blair. Her determination, modesty, and humility endeared her to her many fans. She had been the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian until yesterday.That torch had been passed to Opolo Ohno. Congratulations! Hopefully the U.S. will continue their winning ways!!!!


Sunday, February 7, 2010

Cheetahs on Discovery Channel

A cheetah running at full speed in East Africa, as seen on "Life." "Life," narrated by Oprah Winfrey, is an 11-part television event premiering Sunday, 3/1 at 8pm on Discovery Channel.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

The Importance of FAITH in Manifesting

According to Napoleon Hill, "FAITH is the 'eternal elixir' which gives life, power, and action to the impulse of thought!" What happens if you don't really feel that you have faith in manifesting your desired object? Many "manifesting gurus" agree that you act as if you had faith. How would you walk, talk, think, and act if you had faith? Then do it.

Many people suggest that you put affirmations in places you will see them every day and say them aloud. Try to say them mixed with positive and joyous emotions for the best benefit. As was stated earlier, when you mix thoughts with strong feelings or emotions, you create a force which attracts (from the universe) similar or related thoughts. It becomes a seed that can grow and replicate itself. So it is important to monitor your thoughts and keep them positive. Concentrate on what you are manifesting. Some people have suggested playing one of your favorite songs while doing a 3 minute "meditation" on your desired object as that will help you attatch a positive emotion to your thought. Have faith that your manifesting will materialize! More thoughts on manifesting later!
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Letter from the Cheetah Conservation Fund

I just wanted to pass this letter along. I am a big fan of Dr. Marker and her foundation!

We did it!

Thanks to our loyal supporters, we reached our $150,000 goal! Combined with the matching funds from other generous donors, we made our $300,000 Challenge in six weeks. What a great feeling to know that we can count on our friends, even during hard times.

Because of your generosity, we go into 2010 with our major programs—our farmer and youth education, the livestock guarding dogs, and our ongoing biological and reproductive research—funded...for the next few months. As you know, CCF is a small organization, and you are its heart and soul. And, until cheetahs are off the endangered species list, our work will never be completed. It is only due to the fierce determination of our board, staff, and donors that we have achieved this level of success.

2010 will be especially exciting for CCF, as this is our 20th anniversary! Twenty years ago, I sold everything I had and moved to the newly independent Namibia, which had and still has the largest remaining population of cheetah. I wanted to save the wild cheetah, but I had no idea my dream would turn into the organization CCF is today!

To celebrate this milestone year, I and the CCF staff will be sending out regular emails highlighting CCF’s various programs and achievements. I hope you enjoy them and that they give you greater insight into the challenges that we still face.

Sending you cheetah purrs for a wonderful 2010!

With my deepest gratitude and profound thanks,
Dr. Laurie Marker
Founder and Executive Director

Manifesting - Visualization Tip

Another tool in visualizing what you want to manifest is to attatch an emotion to your visualization. Feel how happy you are now that you have manifested your goal. If you are trying to manifest wealth/abundance, feel how great it is to not have a boss anymore. Feel how rewarding it is to be able to donate your time to one of your passions (such as donating time to an animal shelter, or an elementary school). Feel how happy it makes you to be able to stay at home to raise your kids. Whatever your passions are feel how this manifested wealth has enabled you to fulfill your dreams. The stronger the emotion you can attatch to your visualizations, the better you will become at manifesting. Make your visualizations fun. You don't have to do them for a long time every day, 2-3 minutes will be good as long as you can attatch the strong emotions to them! Good Luck!

Manifesting - Visualization Tips

In my last post, I gave you six steps to manifesting. The last step is very important so this post will give you visualization tips. It is very important to actually put yourself in the visualization and not look from the outside. For example, if you are manifesting a boat, feel your hands on the wheel; feel the wind on your face; smell the salt air; hear the motor. Make the visualization as real as you can using all of your senses. Also try to be in harmony with manifesting. By that I mean, be grateful, loving, and happy. You will not be able to manifest the things you want if you are jealous, angry, or resentful or unforgiving. If you don't feel particularly happy or loving on any given day, do what Tony Robbins suggests - fake it til you make it. Say to yourself, how would I act if I were happy and try to act that way. That's all for now. More on manifesting to follow.

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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Manifesting - beginning steps

ALL ACHIEVEMENT whether it be riches or some other accomplishment have their beginning in an idea. This is a tenet in almost all of the manifesting books and articles I have read. This idea then needs to be a burning desire. One of the most difficult things is to change a mind set. For this desire to become a reality, one must become success conscious rather than having your mindset be of want, failure or defeat.

According to Napoleon Hill in his book "Think and Grow Rich" There are definite steps to take to make your desire of prosperity a reality. Here are the steps he outlines.

1. Be definite as to the amount (it is not enough to simply state that you want to be rich).
2.Determine what you intend to give in return for the prosperity you desire (there is no such thing as something for nothing).
3.Establish a definite date when you intend to possess the money you desire.
4.Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire and begin at once, whether you are ready or not, to put this plan into action.
5.Write a clear concise statement of the amount of money you desire, name the time limit for its aquistion, state what you intend to give in return for the money, and describe clearly the plan through which you plan to accumulate it.
6. Read your statement twice daily, once before retiring at night and once upon arising in the morning. AS YOU READ, SEE, FEEL AND BELIEVE YOURSELF ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF THE MONEY.

The sixth step is hugely important in manifesting what you desire! More to come later!!!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Reiki for Animals

I thought this was an interesting article. I too would like to expand my practice to animals!

REIKI FOR ROVER: Pets treated like masters at Braintree holistic center
Susan Czemmel, owner Woof and Whimsy Holistic Pet Center in Braintree, performs Reiki on dogs including Nestlé, pictured here.

GARY HIGGINS/The Patriot Ledger
Czemmel performs Reiki on Hendrix with owner Ann Brum.
Henry enjoys the hands-on treatment.
By Valerie A. Russo

For Living Well
Posted Jan 20, 2010 @ 05:00 AM
Last update Jan 20, 2010 @ 10:34 AM

BRAINTREE — When Susan Czemmel lights the lavender incense and soy candles, turns on soothing New Age music, dims the lights and spreads a mat on the floor, her black Labrador retriever comes over and lies down. Nestlé knows it’s time for bliss – 20 minutes of Reiki.

Nestlé is one of the demonstration dogs in the new Zen Den at the Woof and Whimsy holistic pet center ( in Weymouth Landing, where Czemmel, the owner, introduces pets and pet owners to this ancient Japanese technique, which promotes relaxation and healing.

Reiki uses 12 basic hand positions and the setting of intentions to channel energy in the universe to the recipient – man or beast. It involves a light placement of the hands, not a massage-like workout.

“Today, everyone is under stress, including our pets,” Czemmel said.

“Bringing them relaxation can reduce all kinds of emotional and physical ailments and increase the bond between pet and guardian. Reiki doesn’t take the place of conventional medicine, it complements it.”

After leg surgery in May, Nestlé recovered faster and without pain medication because of daily Reiki energy healing, Czemmel said.

Reiki’s calming effect also helped her chocolate Labrador retriever, Henry, tolerate ear exams and cleaning. And through Reiki, Czemmel formed stronger bonds with her shy cats, former strays, who now “jump up on my lap when I start doing Reiki on them,” she said.

Friday, January 8, 2010

On the Chase with cheetahs

Life's wildlife photographer John Dominis pictures of this beautiful animal.

Manifesting Wealth

If you can manifest $10, you can manifest $100, a $1000, $10,000, even $1 million.

To the Universe it’s all the same! Only you decide what’s possible!

Recessions are always the time to become wealthy quickly!

Recessions are the time that fortunes are made when those thinking of their future success buy what they need at rock-bottom prices. It is acknowledged by business experts that a recession is a time to expand, not cut-back. Also recessions are the time that more people start home-businesses, especially network-marketing. This is not some Pollyanna, head-in-the-clouds statement, it’s a fact of history!

Every so often our economy and the current leaders and organizations in power gets reorganized and reshuffled. This happens moderately at least once in a person’s lifetime and once drastically in about every three generations. Why would that be? Because it’s nature’s way of us not forgetting that with expansions comes natural and healthy contraction. That’s not bad news if you plan accordingly for it. In fact one trader, David Tepper, made $7 billion trading in this recession. By a recession happening in each lifetime, you can pass on the knowledge to the next generation and by a depression happening every three generations, the grandparents share history with their children and grandchildren.

Some of the greatest companies of our time were born during recessions or depressions:
Hyatt Corp and Sports Illustrated in the recession of the 1950’s!
Microsoft in the recession of 1970’s!
CNN and MTV in the recession of the 1980’s!

16 of the 30 Dow companies started in a recession or depression: Procter & Gamble, Disney, Alcoa, McDonald’s, General Electric and Johnson & Johnson!

Additionally, these economic shakeups create problems and social shifts. Problems are the food of life for the entrepreneur. The basic formula for entrepreneurialism is “find a problem and solve it.” Well, there are a ton of new problems that didn’t exist just a year or two ago. There is boundless opportunity for the problem solver! The problem that our Master-Mind group, “Prosperity with Purpose” is solving is significantly increasing the 3% who succeed in network-marketing for our group to 50% (since it’s always half up to you)!

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

5 minutes a day to significantly improve your health awareness!


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Foods to fight a cold

The cold and flu season lasts from September until May and accounts for more doctor visits and missed days of school and work than any other illness. The common cold and flue don't respond to antibiotics, and common over-the-counter cold treatments don't shorten or prevent a cold or the flu.
A well-known study done at the Nebraska Medical Center researched whether chicken soup works as a remedy to fight colds. The study found that chicken soup contains a number of substances with healing effects and the researchers concluded that chicken soup actually does work.

Specific foods that help fight a cold

"Think of foods as more of an insurance policy, as a preemptive strike against winter's cold viruses," says Karen Gibson, RD, a dietitian at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. "Unfortunately, cold viruses are very contagious, and even the healthiest of individuals can contract a cold. Even so, foods can offer some assistance in preventing a cold by helping you develop and maintain a healthy immune system."

She recommends a diet rich in the antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables. "Look for the most colorful ones: red, orange, yellow, dark green, and purple," says Gibson. "This means tomatoes, bell peppers, squash, spinach, blueberries, and eggplant, to name a few." She recommends five to seven servings a day to keep your immune system healthy.

Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, a dietitian and author, adds that "to help keep the sniffles and sneezes away, shop for nutrient-rich foods and beverages." She recommends foods that are high in vitamins A, B, C, and E and in potassium, zince and magnesium. "Live and active cultures in yogurt also pack a punch, as well as folate found in 100 percent orange juice and spinach," she says. "Load your shopping cart with immunity heroes to help maintain good health."

Top 10 Cold Remedy Foods
 100 percent orange juice
 Bell peppers
 Lean meat

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, an internal medicine specialist and author, notes that you should avoid foods that are high in sugar because they can decrease your immunity. "The sugar in a can of soda suppresses immune function by 30 percent for three hours," Dr. Teitelbaum says. "Avoid excess milk products if you are stuffy. Milk protein thickens mucous and makes it harder to drain."Water on the other hand, will help keep mucus thin and easier to clear.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Wealth Manifesting

"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius

In the US, there is a holiday named Labor Day. It is set aside to honor all who spend a portion of their life working to serve others. They are rewarded for their time and contribution. A recent report stated 57% of those working do not like what they do. They are not satisfied. It is likely then they continue doing what they do for money so they are able to pay their bills and buy things they feel they want.

Did you know another study reported the country with the highest overall level of satisfaction and contentment is Kenya. Kenya is also one of the least economically prosperous countries in the world. The United States was not even in the top 50%. These numbers are pointed out not to judge or not to conclude anything other they seem to support the statement happiness is not linked to money. I also want to point out that this is not intended to deter anyone from pursuing large sums of money. Whatever the picture looks like where you are in alignment with Source, that is what is important. In fact that is the only thing that matters.

Dissatisfaction is valuable as it helps us clarify what we do want. However, many times we don't go deep and connect with our true self that is in alignment with Source Energy. If we don't, then the dissatisfaction remains even though we may have changed our job or a relationship. When dissatisfaction persists, we continue to attract more situations that fuel even more dissatisfaction. Then on top of that, dissatisfaction is the major contributing factor to health issues. So you know this is the Law of Attraction working perfectly.

By now you know that negative emotions block our alignment with our Self . So if you are laboring, meaning what you do for income is not in alignment with Self then you are pushing against or resisting that which God has intended for you. And what has God intended for you? Whatever it is you want!

The Universe is abundant. What you receive does not take away what another can receive. Each of us has an open pathway to this abundance. We have the opportunity through how we feel and think to tap into this unlimited reservoir or block it with dissatisfaction, resentment, anger, fear and so on.
Does this suggest that you should instantly stop what you are doing or cease the relationships you have? Until you are in alignment with Source, making a change is likely to attract the same or similar dissatisfaction again. Become in alignment with your expanded self. Interestingly enough, often when we get to that point, much and possibly all that bothered us before has dissipated.
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Cat Helps Lead to Child Abuser's Conviction

When 9-year-old Beth* was sexually abused by her stepfather, she told the prosecuting attorney that someone else knew about it -- but that he couldn't talk. She was referring to her beloved cat, Oreo.

In trying to protect her, the loyal cat also became another victim of violence; Beth's stepfather would always brutally kick Oreo away from the door.
Beth's revelation gave the prosecutor an idea. She decided to have Oreo examined by a veterinarian. Sure enough, poor Oreo had sustained injuries consistent with being physically abused.

When the prosecutor submitted the veterinarian’s report to the jury as evidence showing a pattern of violence in the home, Beth's allegations gained credibility. In a way, Oreo was able to testify, convincing the jury that the traumatized girl had been telling the truth.

American Humane regularly conducts trainings for attorneys, judges, veterinarians, social workers, domestic-violence counselors and other social services providers on what American Humane calls The Link®. By unmasking the connection between violence to people and violence to animals, we will increase awareness of the powerful role it can play in preventing abuse.

Thanks to The Link, Beth's stepfather was convicted and received a long prison sentence. Meanwhile, Beth and Oreo were finally able to experience what every child and animal deserves: a safe home.

Monday, January 4, 2010


Have you ever wished you could supplement your income while still working your current job? I know I have, and I don’t mean by stocking shelves at ShopRite or working at Home Depot on the weekends. I mean being able to determine your own hours and deciding how much you want to make. I think about it all the time. I have been a teacher for over 25 years. The salary isn’t keeping up with the economy, and the slogan in education seems to be, “Do more with less”. Retirement seems a long way off because 403b’s have taken a major hit and the state hasn’t funded the education pension fund in a few years.Well, I believe my answer is, owning my own internet marketing business where I have little to no overhead, no inventory, no advertising, and no accounting responsibilities. I decide how much or how little I want to work. I know this is going to help me to retire in less than two years. I know it can help you too.