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The Power of Kindness - Being Kind to Others
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Hey buddies,

I've been very fortunate to have lived a life of certain freedoms allowing me to travel exstensively since a young age. Having seen the world first hand had led me to a most wonderful conclusion. 99 percent of the world's population consists of honest, hardworking people that just want to live a decent life. In the most foriegn of lands, I was always greeted with warmth and kindness, the same persona as I always try to extend to others.

~Words of Thought for a Better Life~

Always remember to love yourself,
for the person that you are,
put all doubts and fears upon the shelf,
and from them you'll go far.

Seek out positive people for friends,
that you enjoy to be around,
for true bonds of friendship never ends,
once it has been found.

Learn to forgive yourself,
as well as friend and foe,
mistakes we make is how we learn,
and from them we can grow.

Always pursue happiness,
but never lose touch from Base,
the pursuit you'll find, is a state of mind,
and may be a life long chase.

Where You come from
is not that Important,
what matters is always knowing,
the past is gone, the future is now,
and the future is where you'll be going.

Always try and keep your word,
try not to ever lie,
dont repeat bad things you've heard,
Karma comes back by.

If you worry about what might be,
and wonder what might have been,
You'll blind the thoughts that help you see
what is...and where to begin

Take or make time for a sunset,
or perhaps a walk on the beach,
Peace of mind, you'll often find,
is always quite within reach.

Always be strong and face your fear,
if you want that fear to disappear,
For if You turn and run away,
that fear within you is there to stay...
and before you bed down each night remember to say:
" LIFE LOVES ME AND I LOVE LIFE,
TOMORROWS GOING TO BE
A FANTASTIC DAY!"

"Kindness is a language which the dumb can speak, the deaf can understand."
-- C.N. Bovee

"My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness."
-- The Dalai Lama

"Kindness can become its own motive. We are made kind by being kind."
-- Eric Hoffer.

"He who waits to do a great deal of good at once, will never do anything."
-- Samuel Johnson

"Seek not good from without: seek it within yourselves, or you will never find it."
-- Epictetus (2nd century)

"When you are kind to someone in trouble, you hope they'll remember and be kind to someone else. And it'll become like a wildfire."
-- Whoopi Goldberg.

"Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person. "
-- Mother Teresa.

"Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless."
-- Mother Teresa

"You have not lived a perfect day...unless you have done something for someone who will never be able to repay you."
-- Ruth Smeltzer.

"One who knows how to show and to accept kindness will be a friend better than any possession."
-- Sophocles, 409 BC

"Kindness gives birth to kindness."
-- Sophocles.

"Before we can forgive one another, we have to understand one another."
-- Emma Goldman

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?"
-- Martin Luther King, Jr. "The end result of wisdom is...good deeds."
-- Babylonian Talmud.

"A warm smile is the universal language of kindness."
-- William Arthur Ward.

"The best portions of a good man's life, His little, nameless, unremembered acts, Of kindness and love."
-- William Wordsworth

Who Were the Prophets? In modern religion, a prophet (or fem prophetess) is a person who has directly encountered the numinous and serves as an intermediary with man for the divine. Prophets existed in many ancient cultures, including the Sybilline and Delphic Oracles in Ancient Greece, the Völuspá in Old Norse, Zoroaster in Persia, and many others. In Abrahamic religion, a prophet is seen as a person who has encountered, and speaks as a formal representative of, God; they are seen to found a new religion based on their teachings from God.

Our Definition of Prophet? Basically, the same as above, but our Prophets founded the original religion (Just be kind!), based on teachings of the Annunaki, (Sumerian translation: Those who from Heaven to Earth). For a better understanding, check out our meet your creator page. These are the Gods of Sumeria, the cradle of Western civilization, and the Maya, the cradle of Eastern civilization.

These Prophets were actually Demi Gods. Meaning they're half homo sapien and half Annunaki. They didn't actually perform miracles, but had access to advance technology (much like ours today) provided by the Annuk's. This of course would be interpreted as miracles by a non-tech culture.

Prophet of Christianity Jesus, a hippie from the Israeli/Arab city of Nazareth became the most popular thanks to a Roman emperor who after much debate for political purpose's, declared him completely devine. He then became the front man for the Roman Catholic Church which of course disregarded his orginal teachings and used his name for absolute rule and taxation.

Prophets of Islam The Qur'an identifies a number of men as Prophets of Islam. Muslims believe such individuals were assigned a special mission by God (Allah) to guide humanity. Besides Muhammad, this includes other Abrahamic prophets such as Moses and Jesus.

It's said that were many of these Demi-God Prophet's but the best known would be Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, Zoroaster, Krishna, and Buddha.

Their mission, sorta speak, was a last attempt by the Annunaki (who come back every 2000 years or so) to install civilized values to our still very primitive thinking species. (That damn Neanderthal gene). Now, that said, this was all around 2000 years ago so does this mean the Annunaki are coming back soon? Yep, see our 2012 alert for details. (and proof)



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