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Breakfast: Why You Should Stop Eating It

Let me just make a disclaimer here. If you only believe what you’re told, only accept conventional “science” and mainstream media ideas and philosophies, or simply whatever your doctor

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No, I Will NOT Pray For You

Yes you read it correctly and yeah I already know, this one may not go over too well with most people. But I meant what I said, I will not pray for you so do not ask. Now before you call me a selfish heathen,

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My Head-on Collision With Myself

I’ve been thinking. I’ve been seeking. I’ve been listening. I’ve been learning. I’ve been becoming. It is difficult to put into words where I am at this point in my life. This past year has

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Building Gym Confidence

Let’s be clear, you do NOT need a gym in order to get physical activity. However, we all know that for many of us, a gym is more convenient and seems to provide us motivation, if for no other reason

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Fitness: Getting Started

Listen, it makes no sense asking me what kind of exercises I do or how many times I work out a week. Why? Because you and I are in two different places and if you are a beginner comparing yourself to someone

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3 Signs You’re Off Track In The New Year

The New Year is always full of excitement. For most people anyway. Regardless of what you’ve experienced or gone through in the previous year, there is something motivating and exciting about “new”.

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What Do I Do Now?

What do I do when the pain of the world becomes too much to bear? The pain of life. The pain of circumstances. The pain of injustice. The pain of racism. Sexism. Poverty. Disappointment. Helplessness....

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The Project Known As Rook

  I always wondered why somebody didn't do something about that, then I realized I am somebody. -Unknown

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How To Be Thankful

As simple as it sounds being thankful can be one of the hardest things to remember to be. I know I can be unthankful in my thoughts and in my actions and until I make a conscious effort to dwell in a

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Change

Changing my life is one of the hardest things I have ever done. Better yet it’s the hardest thing I’ve ever attempted to do. Change requires me to first acknowledge there is a need for something

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