People are using e-cards to propose Marriage

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Are people using e-cards to say important things in life situations? The answer is yes, says is a greeting card site that offers various things to say in life situations. The most popular category on this site is Love and Romance Situations. People are eating this up. A greeting card that says it all -- what a better way to ask for someone's hand in marriage. It works, people are even responding torepparttar marriage proposals with a "yes" or "no" greeting card. If a man is coming on to a woman that isn't interested in him she can simply send a greeting card that tells him that she is not interested. You will find different ways to say things, for example it you want to break up in a nice way you can select a card that does just that -- however, if you are bitter and want to portray that bitterness you can do that too. Just think about it -- a woman can send a greeting card that tells her love that it's time to get offrepparttar 132555 pot and get married. They can choose a greeting that says this in a subtle way or they can selectrepparttar 132556 more "get torepparttar 132557 point" version.

Maybe your heart is broken and your relationship or marriage is onrepparttar 132558 rocks -- what better way to get this message across. If you're in an argument with someone but don't feel it's your part to say sorry -- simply send a "let's not fight" greeting card. Electronic greeting cards are serving as a voice forrepparttar 132559 world. Greeting cards that say important things for life situations are suiting these times just right.

Healing Racism, Hatred and Violence

Written by Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

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Title: Healing Racism, Hatred and Violence Author: Margaret Paul, Ph.D. E-mail: Copyright: 2003 by Margaret Paul Web Address: Word Count: 588 Category: Emotional Healing, Spiritual Growth


Those of us who have been on a path of healingrepparttar 132554 wounded aspects of ourselves know that one ofrepparttar 132555 characteristics we often suffer from when we are in a wounded, fearful ego state is that we feel either superior or inferior to others. Becauserepparttar 132556 wounded part of us is based onrepparttar 132557 core shame beliefs that we are inadequate, flawed, defective, unimportant, and so on, we may feel deeply one-down to others. In order to compensate for these difficult feelings and protect against feeling them, we may deny their existence and move intorepparttar 132558 opposite position: I am better than others.

This position can take many forms: o I am better than others because I have more money. o I am better than others because I am thinner, sexier, prettier or more handsome. o I am better than others because I have a better car. o I am better than women because I am a man, or I am better than men because I am a woman. o I am better than homosexuals because I am heterosexual.

Racism comes intorepparttar 132559 picture whenrepparttar 132560 false beliefs about being one-up extend to race and religion: o I am better than Blacks, Asians and Latinos because I am White, or, as is rapidly becomingrepparttar 132561 case, I am better than Whites because I am Black, Asian, or Latino. o I am better than Jews, Buddhists, Hindus and Muslims because I am Christian, or I am better than Christians because I am a Jew, Buddhist, and so on.

All of these false beliefs ofrepparttar 132562 wounded aspect of ourselves stem from fear and a deep desire to have control over not feelingrepparttar 132563 fear. Hate andrepparttar 132564 resulting violence are always protections against feelingrepparttar 132565 fear of believing, in a deep, unconscious place withinrepparttar 132566 wounded self, that we are unworthy.

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