New BOOK - Love Relationship Secrets Revealed

Written by Alex Mugume

Let's face it: There are tens of millions of single men and women, HOW DO YOU KNOW WHO IS THE IDEAL LIFETIME LOVER FOR YOU? How do you confirm that s/he is not an impostor, pretending and waiting to change afterrepparttar wedding?

Do not guess again!! Making this lifetime's most important choice basing on a 50/50 chance, isrepparttar 132418 root cause of today's 50% divorce rates, and high domestic violence numbers. Here isrepparttar 132419 good news: It has all been demystified. It is not a one time magic decision! A 4-year in-depth study of more than 1,000 experienced adults with an age total of over 40,000 years has revealed that there is a clear path (with a process protocol) that leads to lasting success in marriage. The study also enabled creation of 2 powerful decision-making tools,repparttar 132420 "10-Step SMART LOVER'S MODEL", andrepparttar 132421 "SMART LOVER'S EXIT STRATEGY FLOW CHART" to enable you to foresee and create your desired marital destiny. All this is available in this new book, "10 Steps to Success in Love and Marriage", available in selected bookstores, and online at

To our animal friends, have we gone too far?

Written by TrysDan Roberts

Animal and plant life existed on earth long before humans made their evolutionary appearance. As Man evolved from Hunter and Gatherer to a mass producing and slaughtering species, animals have endured immense suffering.

Throughout history, animals have been used for food, medicine, clothing and shelter...etc. Native Peoples did not harvest animals without giving a thought torepparttar life that was taken. It wasrepparttar 132416 complete opposite; they considered themselves a part ofrepparttar 132417 natural and spiritual worlds and had strong ties torepparttar 132418 land on which they lived. Many ofrepparttar 132419 early cultures paid tribute torepparttar 132420 animals that were taken; ceremonies within these cultures were often held forrepparttar 132421 hunted animal indicating a respect forrepparttar 132422 animal. They considered religion a function of daily activity, with rituals capable of influencingrepparttar 132423 interconnected realms of physical and supernatural existence. Shamans, or medicine men, served as priests, and they led tribal members in rituals believed to ensure an adequate food supply. (1.)

Man, The Industrialist, has eliminated all respect for animals. To Man,repparttar 132424 only life of value isrepparttar 132425 human consumer. The purpose of animals torepparttar 132426 Industrialists and Corporate Moguls: use animals anyway and in whatever numbers to make billions fromrepparttar 132427 fat, spoiled, lazy consumers ofrepparttar 132428 industrialized countries. There are many incidents supporting their greed:

1. Man has developedrepparttar 132429 technology to create clothing that is furless. There is no need to kill animals for fur. But, because of human arrogance, greed, selfishness and amoral beliefs, millions and millions of animals are being exterminated each year.

2. We have exploited our oceans; dumping lethal oil intorepparttar 132430 waters, destroying marine life, and wiping outrepparttar 132431 fish stocks.

3. Polluted rivers and streams, air pollution, and usingrepparttar 132432 planet as our own personal toilet, is destroying our planet and all of its species

How we maintain animals has deteriorated torepparttar 132433 point of callingrepparttar 132434 care and production of these animals genocidal, or more fitting, speciecidal:

Avian Influenza

The disease has been suspected for more than 100 years, first described in Italy in 1878. (2.) The major transmission from farm to farm isrepparttar 132435 movement of infected poultry across countries, and wild birds are only a scapegoat Mass production and housing thousands of birds increasesrepparttar 132436 chance of an outbreak ofrepparttar 132437 disease. What is likely however is thatrepparttar 132438 disease will, like human ‘flu, continue to occur in outbreaks from now on. The structure ofrepparttar 132439 modern poultry industry almost guarantees it. (3.) Culling wild birds will never stop Avian Influenza.

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