Mostly, I just believe that I’m never going to stop learning what it is I believe.
We made a commercial about what makes families, family. And we received a lot of comments. See what we did with them.
Supreme GENIUS at work in the ad department over at Honey Maid.
Also, it appears, a LOT of heart.
Way to go, Honey Maid! Now everyone go make s’mores with your peeps!
If America really cared about solving the problem of homelessness among it’s citizenry, here’s an idea that would work. Oh-…
"I have stage 3 melanoma, which puts me at a 48% chance of survival over the next 5 years. However, I have the ability to speed read very technical material, so I went to the library at Duke and read over 800 papers on melanoma, which doctors just don’t have the time to read. I found one very promising study that suggests chloro quinine, combined with the deprivation of a certain amino acid, has shrunk tumors in mice to almost nothing."
We MUST become our own health care advocates and be open to the amazing possibilities for complete healing that can be found in nature.
I really do believe that there is nothing that ails us that doesn’t have a natural treatment or cure. NOTHING.
I’m participating in the Heart Walk this year in honor of my late grandfather and to support my friend and colleague. Wanna throw some love to Team Bradshaw? Do so here.
THANKS SO MUCH!!!
If Hobby Lobby wins, there should be no doubt what the Christian right’s next move will be. The next lawsuit will claim that religious conservatives have a special right to discriminate against gay people.
In case there is any doubt, the Manhattan Declaration is a stunningly radical document. It opposes not just abortion and marriage equality, but also “non-marital sexual cohabitation” and “the discredited idea of unilateral divorce.” The Declaration also ends with a pledge to openly defy the law. “[W]e will not comply with any edict that purports to compel our institutions to participate in abortions … nor will we bend to any rule purporting to force us to bless immoral sexual partnerships [or] treat them as marriages or the equivalent[.]”