Delete and Block 25 – By Rani Prem

Delete and Block 25 – By Rani Prem

  What Am I? I was born and brought up in the UK. I am the first generation of my family to be born here. So what am I? Sure, I am British but am I also English? When asked what am I the first word that comes out of my mouth is English and interestingly many people that asked me the question say ‘no, you’re not white’ But what has the colour of my skin got do with what I am. We are the only country in the world that distinguishes between English and British, English being white and British being non-white. How does this make any sense?  Have you ever looked at a census form, well here is an example:   All those that live and are born in the UK are all British  but it is also used for people who were not born in this country but have a British passport. I identify with being English regardless of the colour of my skin. Am I wrong? If you look at the census form all they do is distinguish between colour not where a person was born. Just look at C) Asian/Asian British, my interpretation of this description means are you Asian with or without a British passport. Why are these forms necessary? Well, I read the following:   ‘this guidance is to help those who would like to collect and present ethnic group, national identity and religion data from social surveys in the UK, for example, social researchers, public bodies, etc.’ ‘Ethnic group, religion and national identity are self-identification measures reflecting how people define themselves.’...
Being More Open-Minded Toward Different People – By Robbie Holz

Being More Open-Minded Toward Different People – By Robbie Holz

  “During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.”    —Anonymous Being open-minded is easier said than done. Everyone is raised with a different set of values and beliefs.  Throughout our lives, we tend to surround ourselves with people who are like us and share our belief system. You sincerely believe that you’re right and those who think differently are just plain wrong. It’s that genuine belief that you’re right that’s behind your desire for other people to be, and think, more like you. You expect them to behave the way you want them to. Being open-minded to diverse people and beliefs can immeasurably enrich your life. Open-mindedness is the ability to be receptive to something new and different. Sounds simple enough but it’s difficult when that “something new” contradicts what you believe. Staying open-minded is tough to put into practice when you’re confronted with people who are very different than you. Keeping an open mind helps you to grow because you allow yourself to embrace new ideas and people. Here are reasons, and ways, to help you become more open-minded. We Each Interpret the World Differently Two people can witness the same incident and walk away with differing viewpoints on what happened. That’s because everyone views everything through a slightly different lens. We each categorize and understand the world based on how we were raised and our experiences. Our brains are wired accordingly which is why we each interpret the same information differently. Most disagreements are caused by different perceptions that created different realities. It doesn’t mean that one is necessarily “right”...
Quantum Physics By  Charity Virkler kayembe

Quantum Physics By  Charity Virkler kayembe

  The science of heaven invading earth: The Observer Effect principle in quantum physics dynamically correlates with our supernatural walk in the Spirit. Holy Spirit’s baptism empowers us to be observers (Acts 1:5,8). Observation causes transformation (2 Cor. 3:18) By observing God’s promises we collapse His blessing and glory into our lives, bringing heaven to earth. New to quantum physics? Start reading here how God has wired us up with science to invade Heaven’s Realm. Supernatural Science We want to explore some of the fascinating ways quantum physics correlates with our walk in the Spirit in general, and our visions and dream work specifically. The Observer Effect is universally understood to be the most mysterious yet foundational principle in the entire field of quantum physics. It basically states that by observing something, we affect it; just our act of looking at something changes it. For example, in the physicists’ laboratories they have discovered that an electron exists as wave of energy until it is observed. Once observed, it collapses into a particle of matter. Observing changes the wave of invisible potential into a particle of visible reality. The act of observing collapses all possibilities distributed along the wave and it’s now manifested and locked into a specific place and time as a single electron or photon (the stuff that makes up matter and light). This phenomenon is called “Wave Function Collapse.” For our purposes, we can define “collapse” to mean that we are bringing what is unseen into the seen realm, making what is invisible visible, and moving what exists in the supernatural world into our natural world. We...
Delete and Block 23 – Rani Prem

Delete and Block 23 – Rani Prem

  Is it safe? I love and hate Sundays; Sunday’s for me is the lazy day. The day to listen to music or simply flicking through channels. So, why do I hate Sunday’s, simple, tomorrow is Monday. My son decided to spend the morning with his grandmother and then meet a friend and go to the gym. It was a day of peace and tranquility. At approximately 5.pm the phone rang and I knew it would be my son telling me he was leaving the gym and will be home soon. This was one of the rules; I always needed to know where he was at all times and he followed these rules religiously. As I picked up the phone and heard his voice my heart sank. He told me that he and is friend had been attacked by some teenage boys after leaving the gym and they had taken refuge in Papa Johns and had subsequently telephoned the police. I failed to process what had happened and made him repeat the story twice before I said ‘I’ll be there as quickly as I can, are you hurt?’ He replied ‘no’, but his friend had been punched in the face, which broke his glasses and in turn left a small cut by the side of his left eye. He proceeded to tell me that I need not pick him up; he would be fine getting home. 35 hours in labour and this child thought he was inconveniencing me!!! Seriously, people I do not run, Rani and running are never mentioned in the same sentence but I ran all the...
Angel Medics & Hospital Room Miracles By Charity Virkler Kayembe

Angel Medics & Hospital Room Miracles By Charity Virkler Kayembe

One of the many exciting things we discover as we explore Scripture are all the different ways God intends for the angelic realm to intersect our everyday lives. While we most often think of angels in spiritual warfare or protecting our physical well-being, the Bible reveals God has created them to do so much more than that. Hebrews 1:14 explains that angels are ministering spirits sent to serve those who inherit salvation and we looked at several of the various ways they assist us during a recent Sunday morning service at Christ Community Church in Camp Hill, PA. You are welcome to listen to the podcast here. God is the same yesterday, today and forever, and how He worked with angels in Scripture is a precedent and prophetic promise for how He wants to use angels in our lives as well (Heb. 13:8). We know these things were written as examples for us, to instruct us (Rom. 15:4). The Bible is not a book of old stories; the Bible is meant to be lived! By all means not an exhaustive list, we specifically examined 15 Ways Angels Minister to Us, including delivering heavenly revelation (Rev. 1:1) and supernatural provision (1 Kings 19:5-8), as well as partnering with us in evangelism (Acts 8:26-40). We talked about the “matchmaking angel” instrumental in bringing Isaac and Rebekah together (Gen. 24:7), how angels can encourage and comfort us (Dan. 10:18-19), and how even Jesus Himself was strengthened by an angel (Lk. 22:43). Jesus is our model and perfect example. We know our lives are supposed to match His, which means that we, too,...
Turmeric-Ginger Shots Recipe – Anthony William The Medical Medium

Turmeric-Ginger Shots Recipe – Anthony William The Medical Medium

  Turmeric-Ginger Shots Recipe Turmeric is famous for containing curcumin, a phytochemical with anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is a particular asset for conditions such as lupus, in which the body can get stuck in a habitual cycle of reaction, even after the invader (in the case of lupus, the Epstein-Barr virus) is no longer present. Sometimes, though, once a cycle gets started, the body needs an ally to come in and break the pattern. Turmeric is ideal for this job, because it contains natural and very beneficial steroidal compounds from the curcumin as well as other aspects of the turmeric that are critical to calm down outsized inflammatory responses to pathogens. Turmeric is great for anything in the body that’s inflamed and causing pain, from nerves to joints to the brain. Turmeric is the ultimate antidote. At the same time, that it attends to inflammation, turmeric’s powerful agents and compounds increase blood supply to areas of the body that need enhanced circulation, which makes this an ideal spice for those who have chronic histamine reactions, or toxic blood due to a sluggish liver or poor circulation. Turmeric’s high level of manganese combined with its curcumin make it great for the cardiovascular system—it lowers bad cholesterol, raises good cholesterol, helps inhibit tumours and cysts, and can prevent virtually any type of cancer, especially skin cancers. Plus, the manganese activates curcumin’s ability to extract toxic heavy metals from your system. Garlic is one of the world’s oldest medicines and is an incredibly potent spice that can ward off a variety of illnesses and diseases. It has amazingly high levels of vitamins and...
Delete and Block 22 By Rani Prem

Delete and Block 22 By Rani Prem

  Choose Your Poison I love to have a drink and should I drink too much my mood would be dependent on what I drink too much of or does it? My favourite tipple is whisky and coke. I also love red wine and may have a glass now and then at home. I am not however an everyday drinker. Sure, during a night out, I may have one too many but I am a happy drunk and normally the only side effect to my drunkenness are the munchies and thus I feel the need to eat. This entails stodgy unhealthy foods. Friends find me funny once I’ve had one too many, and on many occasions, I have raided their kitchen cupboards looking for food. In addition to the munchies, I become very vocal and the filter between my brain and my mouth disappears. So, if you want to know my deepest darkest secrets and want to know what I really think about you, get me drunk!!!! I believed my mood was determined based on the different alcohol beverages I would drink. I used to be a gin drinker; I loved my gin and tonic, unfortunately after one too many I became an unhappy drunk. I would be so miserable and on occasion cry. Does our genetic makeup determine how different alcohols affect us or is it due to the ingredients in specific alcohol beverages, or is it simply a state of mind? If I drink because I’m feeling down and feeling miserable does alcohol enhance those feelings of doom and gloom? A number of studies, have been carried...
The Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie By Anthony William – The Medical Medium

The Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie By Anthony William – The Medical Medium

Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie This smoothie is not only delicious, it’s also perfectly designed to include five key ingredients that work together in synergy to pull heavy metals like mercury, lead, aluminium, nickel, copper, and cadmium out of your organs where they accumulate. Toxic heavy metals are virtually everywhere, where we are, present in all kinds of things that we come in contact with every day, such as aluminium cans and aluminium foil, batteries, metal cookware, old paint, and even the foods we eat. For instance, pesticides and herbicides (which are hard to completely avoid even on a strict organic diet), are a common source of toxic heavy metals. As a result, most of us are carrying around heavy metals that have been with us for almost our whole lives and which have burrowed deep inside our tissues. We are also born into this world with heavy metals already inside our livers. You can read more about how this happens in Liver Rescue. Unfortunately, it is these “old” metals, the ones that have been lurking in our system for prolonged periods of time, that pose the greatest threat. For example, over time toxic heavy metals can oxidize, causing damage to surrounding tissue and promoting inflammation. They literally poison our bodies and can inflict damage on virtually every system and organ, including our brain, liver, digestive system, and other parts of our nervous system. Toxic heavy metals put an immense burden on our immune system, leaving us vulnerable to a variety of illnesses. While toxins of every kind are harmful, heavy metals pose a unique threat. Not only are they...
Delete and Block 21 by Rani Prem

Delete and Block 21 by Rani Prem

  Valentine’s Day I can’t believe valentine’s day is almost here. Am I excited? No, not really. Is that due to being single? I don’t think so, I think that excitement left me during my twenties. I believe love should be shown all year round not just on this specific day and I do not mean receiving cards and gifts every day. Love is about the little things not the big gestures and expensive gifts. Many think and complain that valentine’s day is a money making scheme and yes I agree but one could also argue Christmas and Easter is the same. It is lovely to have this one day, sure, but imagine all the disappointments that go with it. ‘My boyfriend forgot’ or ‘he failed to book the restaurant’ or ‘all he gave me was a card’ these are typical complaints that I have heard over the last few decades. Ladies!!!! Why should he be the one to do everything? Love works both ways so why do many women typically see Valentine’s Day as the man’s duty to express his love for the woman in his life. Have you ever wondered how this day became Valentine’s Day? I have and until now never really looked into it. Well! History does not provide us with a clear answer to this question but this is what I discovered: Many people believe that it all started during the times of the pre-Roman empire. Now wait for it…….. goats and dogs were sacrificed at an altar as an offering. Then people were covered in the blood, which was then cleaned off with...
Delete and Block 20 – By Rani Prem

Delete and Block 20 – By Rani Prem

  Superstitions I feel so happy and alive with all the beautiful decorations and twinkling lights on the Christmas tree.  Part of me wanted to keep it up for the rest of 2019. The Christmas tree gave me a sense of hope. Maybe because the lights are on all the time and thought of not living in darkness even part of the time seems to me to be lucky. We are told to take the decorations down on the 12th day, which to my calculations is the 5th January. Apparently, if we take it down even one minute after midnight it is considered as bad luck. The 6th  January  is Ephinay day also known as the three kings day. Which is when the Star of David led the three wise men to baby Jesus? So why is that bad luck? If you look back in history, people use to decorate their homes with holy and ivy and it was believed that tree-spirits lived in the greenery.  While the festive season provided shelter for these spirits during the winter, they needed to be released outside once Christmas was over. If this custom was not followed, greenery would not return and vegetation would not grow as a result. As I do not understand the former, I am inclined to believe the latter, whether it is true or not. This theory must have played a part in the rules about removing the decorations and has been distorted through the centuries. Over the centuries, people have adhered to superstitions even though many believe that they are ridiculous, but why? Why do we make...

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