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NP Williams Fifteen years ago, I joined the ranks with Carmen and Karrene at the George Washington University. I have met so many awesome women along the way, like Ms Bashment, NKai Tate, Eliza Thompson, Toyia Moore and last but definitely not least my gorgeous Read more ...
spec Nana Jeffrey-Idun. I could name many more (Coco Cristallis and Cynthia Waiters), but this post would get ridiculously long. I am still in the fold and holding on to my blue for more than 1,920 reasons. My love runs deep. Ee-i-kee!
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A Sad Touching Story , Read But Try not to cry. She jumped up as soon as she saw the surgeon come out of the operating room. She said: "How is my little boy? Is he going to be all right? When can I see him?" The surgeon said, "I'm sorry. We did all Read more ...
we could, but your boy didn't make it." Sally said, "Why do little children get cancer? Doesn't God care any more? Where were you, God, when my son needed you?" The surgeon asked, "Would you like some time alone with your son? One of the nurses will be out in a few minutes, before he's transported to the university." Sally asked the nurse to stay with her while she said goodbye to son. She ran her fingers lovingly through his thick red curly hair. "Would you like a lock of his hair?" the nurse asked. Sally nodded yes. The nurse cut a lock of the boy's hair, put it in a plastic bag and handed it to Sally. The mother said, "It was Jimmy's idea to donate his body to the University for Study. He said it might help somebody else. "I said no at first, but Jimmy said, 'Mom, I won't be using it after I die. Maybe it will help some other little boy spend one more day with his Mom." She went on,"My Jimmy had a heart of gold. Always thinking of someone else. Always wanting to help others if he could." Sally walked out of Children's Mercy Hospital for the last time, after spending most of the last six months there. She put the bag with Jimmy's belongings on the seat beside her in the car. The drive home was difficult. It was even harder to enter the empty house. She carried Jimmy's belongings, and the plastic bag with the lock of his hair to her son's room. She started placing the model cars and other personal things back in his room exactly where he had always kept them. She laid down across his bed and, hugging his pillow, cried herself to sleep. It was around midnight when Sally awoke. Laying beside her on the bed was a folded letter. The letter said: Dear Mom, I know you're going to miss me; but don't think that I will ever forget you, or stop loving you, just because I'm not around to say "I Love You" . I will always love you, Mom, even more with each day. Someday we will see each other again. Until then, if you want to adopt a little boy so you won't be so lonely, that's okay with me. He can have my room and old stuff to play with. But, if you decide to get a girl instead, she probably wouldn't like the same things us boys do. You'll have to buy her dolls and stuff girls like, you know. Don't be sad thinking about me. This really is a neat place. Grandma and Grandpa met me as soon as I got here and showed me around some, but it will take a long time to see everything. The angels are so cool. I love to watch them fly. And, you know what? Jesus doesn't look like any of his pictures. Yet, when I saw Him, I knew it was Him. Jesus himself took me to see GOD! And guess what, Mom? I got to sit on God's knee and talk to Him, like I was somebody important. That's when I told Him that I wanted to write you a letter, to tell you good bye and everything. But I already knew that wasn't allowed. Well, you know what Mom? God handed me some paper and His own personal pen to write you this letter. I think Gabriel is the name of the angel who is going to drop this letter off to you. God said for me to give you the answer to one of the questions you asked him "Where was he when I needed him?", God said. He was in the same place with me, as when his son Jesus was on the cross. He was right there, as he always is with all his children. Oh, by the way, Mom, no one else can see what I've written except you. To everyone else this is just a blank piece of paper. Isn't that cool ? I have to give God His pen back now. He needs it to write some more names in the Book of Life. Tonight I get to sit at the table with Jesus for supper. I'm sure the food will be great. Oh, I almost forgot to tell you. I don't hurt anymore. The cancer is all gone. I'm glad because I couldn't stand that pain anymore and God couldn't stand to see me hurt so much, either. That's when He sent The Angel of Mercy to come get me. The Angel said I was a Special Delivery ! How about that ?
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Ronald Roberts This post clearly states what is right and wrong with the ACA. If not for the Republicans continuing battle to scuttle the program we would be a long way towards addressing the problems with it. The ACA is a good start but their are too many who fall Read more ...
in the cracks. Cracks created by the Republicans who were so busy kissing the asses of the Insurance and Pharmaceutical industries they were blind to the needs of their constituents. If we are to make this program what it is supposed to be it is imperative that we win both the 2014 and 2016 elections. We have to elect people who will put citizens before corporations. The primary savings from a universal health care program is the elimination of the administrative costs that are the soul of the Insurance industry. Secondly prescription drug costs will be cut in half. Those savings will make the program financially viable. Please read to the end then share with your friends and enemies. Sun Apr 20, 2014 at 12:00 PM PDT OBAMACARE IS WORKING! NOW'S THE TIME TO START TALKING ABOUT MAKING IT BETTER. by Joan McCarterFollow for Daily Kos Email 89 Comments / 89 New President Barack Obama holds a press conference in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, April 17, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy) Markos argued last week that the harder the Republicans fight Obamacare, the easier it's going to be to make a single-payer system happen. He uses Vermont, which is working now to implement a statewide single-payer system under an Obamacare waiver, as his example. Is he right? From a political perspective, yes, though there's more to the picture than he included. From a policy perspective, things get a lot murkier, and a lot harder. Still, there's good reason to look to the law as it stands, what Vermont is trying to do, and how Republican intransigence is going to help move the cause beyond expanded insurance coverage to actual universal health care. On the Republican side, yes, as Markos writes, their intransigence means that the Heritage-devised plan they should have embraced and worked with Democrats to home and perfect is less than perfect, still leaving out too many people. That's particularly true of all the people in the Medicaid gap. Those millions, as many as 6 million, are in health insurance purgatory—too poor to qualify for subsidies to buy private insurance, making too much to qualify for traditional Medicaid. Graphic showing Medicaid coverage, the Medicaid gap, and private coverage percentages. Righting that wrong, making access to health coverage more universal, can be the rallying cry for progressive activists, for Democrats. Most of us who had great hopes for health care reform have had to accept the Affordable Care Act as a step toward the ultimate goal of universal health care. When it passed, and many of us ended up grudgingly lobbying for it to pass, we hoped to take the momentum from its passage to start working on expanding it. Instead, it's been more than three years of a rear-guard action to fight Republican efforts to kill it. That wasn't just necessary to keep Obamacare alive, but to convince Democrats that health care reform is not the kiss of political death and it's something they shouldn't be running away from. If this reform effort didn't work, it could take decades longer for a political generation willing to take it on again. But, now that Obamacare's success seems to be firmly assured, we can press its shortcomings and highlight it as the first step toward the universal health care. Vermont is a great place to start and plays a key role here, but it can't do it alone. Below the fold, we'll talk about why that's the case. Vermont is working toward obtaining a waiver from the federal government to create what would be the first single-payer system in the country. The state can't actually put it in place until 2017, because the law requires all states to follow the new law until then. But they have a small window to do it, too, because there's no guarantee a 2017 White House will be cooperative. Vermont wasn’t satisfied with the health reform law that Washington passed in 2010, the Affordable Care Act. That law expands health coverage by growing the existing health-care system. Americans who already had health insurance have seen barely any change. Uninsured people have gotten covered through two existing programs: the individual insurance market (where millions of Americans now receive subsidies to help buy coverage) and Medicaid, a public program for low-income people. [Gov. Peter] Shumlin had a different idea. He didn’t want to build on what existed. He wanted to blow up what exists and replace it with one state-owned and operated plan that would cover all of Vermont’s residents—an example he hopes other states could follow. […] On May 26, 2011, Vermont passed Act 48, the first law in the nation that provides health coverage to all residents of a state. Act 48 established Green Mountain Care, a health insurance plan that all Vermont residents would gain access to, by virtue of being Vermonters. Green Mountain Care cannot start until 2017 because the Affordable Care Act requires states to hew to the federal health reform model for the next three years. […] Between now and then there are two big questions that Vermont has to answer: how much will single-payer cost, and can the state find a way to pay for it? There's the rub for a small state like Vermont, operating as it does within the national health care system—an extremely expensive system. A team of economists the state contracted with to determine how much it might cost estimates that the state will have to come up with an additional $1.6 billion in tax revenue in 2017 to pay for a single-payer system. Shumlin and his advisors think that they'll be able to save $36 million in statewide health spending in its first year, $86 million in the second year, and $158 million in the third, mostly from administrative expenses. But a second estimate by research company Avalere Health, obtained by the state's medical community, puts the price tag on the first year of the system at $2.2 billion. The state's providers question that they'll see as much as Shumlin is predicting in the way of administrative cost cuts. The genius behind a single-payer system is that there's only one entity that a provider has to bill, significantly reducing administrative costs. The problem with trying to superimpose that idea into our existing national system is that there will be other insurers that Vermont's providers have to deal with, because they see a lot of patients from surrounding states, and they have to deal with all of the insurers that cover those folks. "In Vermont we’ll go from four to five commercial payers to one," Fletcher Allen chief executive John Brumsted says, "But we still have a dozen or so more than we’re negotiating with and interacting with in Northern New York and New Hampshire. We still have to have the infrastructure in place to support multiple payers." It's not just negotiating with multiple payers, but trying to set up a cost-controlled system within the context of a national system that has exorbitant, irrational costs in its DNA. One small state going up against that Vermont might have greater success if it could convince New York, New Hampshire, Maine or Massachusetts to join in. A regional single-payer system would have the advantage of a larger market capacity for negotiation. Vermont, whether it succeeds or not, will provide critical experience for all the states—or potentially regions—to experiment with health care. But what it's demonstrating now is that Obamacare alone is not enough to reach the goal of universal health care. It should provide key lessons for how to get there, however. In the meantime, President Obama and Democrats in Congress have to focus like a laser on both the achievements of Obamacare—8 million enrollments in the exchange market, millions more in Medicaid, at least 1 million adult children on their parents' plans, and as many as 8 million in new employer-sponsored plans off the exchanges. That's huge. It's working and Democrats need to yell that from the rooftops, particularly as Republicans have nuthin' but repeal. But there are still millions of people left out, and that's the message Democrats need to run on as well. They need to run on it and win, and then fix it. Vermont will have a much easier time in making a transition to single-payer if the federal government works to incorporate a public option component into Obamacare. Say, for example, using the Medicaid funding forfeited by red states to create a Medicare buy-in on the exchange in those states. The whole 2014 and 2016 table has turned with the remarkable success of the Affordable Care Act. The law finally has the momentum denied by Republicans and the courts after its passage. So now's the time for Democrats to build on it, energize the base and start talking more reform. Originally posted to Daily Kos on Sun Apr 20, 2014 at 12:00 PM PDT
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Fahad Bin Abdlhadi Another seintific miracle in the holy quran The Christian Bible says that in the beginning God said "Let there be light" Genesis 1:3. However this turned out to be false. The universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent) and photons couldn' Read more ...
t travel at all. After the Big Bang the universe was primarily Hydrogen, Helium and a tiny bit of Lithium. However when a gas is too hot it becomes ionized (loses the electrons) and becomes opaque (like today's smoke). In the beginning the universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent). After 380,000 years the universe cooled enough and it became transparent to visible light. For other wavelengths it was opaque for a billion years. So "Let there be light" turned out to be false. However the Quran correctly said that at the beginning it was SMOKE, that is, a hot non-transparent gas: [Quran 41.11] Then He directed himself to the Heaven when it was SMOKE, and then said to it and to Earth: "Come willingly or by force" they said "We do come willingly" How could an illiterate man who lived 1400 years ago have known that it was just smoke after the Big Bang? The universe was created in a Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago, is still expanding today, and billions of years from now it might recollapse by its own gravity with a Big Crunch (or continue expanding forever, Big Chill). Moslems say that this is what Allah says. The Quran says that on the first day of creation, God made the heavens and the Earth meshed together, tight and compact (Big Bang), continues to expand it into the universe we know today and at the last day God will recompress it into its original state (Big Crunch). About the first day (Big Bang), Allah says: [Quran 21.30] Do not those who disbelieve see that the heavens and the Earth were meshed together then We ripped them apart? And then We made of water everything living? Would they still not believe? In the Quran the Heavens expanded from a single point. Cosmologists just confirmed the existence of "Dark Energy", a mysterious repulsive force that acts in opposite to gravity. As the distance increases, the attractive gravitational force decreases but this mysterious repulsive force increases. This repulsive force is pushing galaxies apart; the greater the distance the greater the repulsion. Scientists today do not know what this "Dark Energy" is, but they know that it is causing the entire universe to expand at an increasing rate. [Quran 51.47] And the heaven, We built it with craftsmanship and We are still expanding. The Quran told us about this expansion 1400 years before it was discovered. There are three possibilities to how the universe could end: Big Crunch (Quran), Big Chill and the Big Rip. NASA recently ruled out the third scenario (No Big Rip; see also: Universe Today). This leaves the universe with only two possible endings: Big Chill or Big Crunch, depending on what this Dark Energy turns out to be. Learn more: Expansion of Universe in Quran. In the Quran God promises to make the Big Crunch: [Quran 21.104] On the day when We will fold the heaven, like the folder compacts the books, and as We originated the first creation We shall return it; a promise (binding on Us); surely We will deliver. Here God promises to make this Big Crunch however not by gravity but rather by folding the Heavens like a book, that is, by the same mechanism He controls wormholes. This means that this Big Crunch can begin and end in a fraction of a second! Also after this Big Crunch is over, God promises to recreate those heavens and Earth once more before Judgment Day: [Quran 14.48] On the day when Earth will be swapped by another Earth and so will be the heavens; and all (creatures) will resurrect before the One Dominant God. [Quran 36.81] Is He not, who created the heavens and the Earth, capable of creating others like them? Yes, indeed! He is the All-Knowing Creator. His command, if He wanted a thing, is that He only says to it, "BE" and it becomes! So glorified is He in whose hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned.
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Aaron Fishbein If the universe was trying to send me a message that I should not have installed one of those fold-down tables because our walls are made out of plaster and also because I am more or less incompetent as such things go, well, message received. Loud an Read more ...
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Kristen Low Just remember that the world goes round and what you put out in the universe today will come back ten folds in the future good or bad. You decide?
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Fahad Bin Abdlhadi Another seintific miracle in the holy quran The Christian Bible says that in the beginning God said "Let there be light" Genesis 1:3. However this turned out to be false. The universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent) and photons couldn' Read more ...
t travel at all. After the Big Bang the universe was primarily Hydrogen, Helium and a tiny bit of Lithium. However when a gas is too hot it becomes ionized (loses the electrons) and becomes opaque (like today's smoke). In the beginning the universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent). After 380,000 years the universe cooled enough and it became transparent to visible light. For other wavelengths it was opaque for a billion years. So "Let there be light" turned out to be false. However the Quran correctly said that at the beginning it was SMOKE, that is, a hot non-transparent gas: [Quran 41.11] Then He directed himself to the Heaven when it was SMOKE, and then said to it and to Earth: "Come willingly or by force" they said "We do come willingly" How could an illiterate man who lived 1400 years ago have known that it was just smoke after the Big Bang? The universe was created in a Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago, is still expanding today, and billions of years from now it might recollapse by its own gravity with a Big Crunch (or continue expanding forever, Big Chill). Moslems say that this is what Allah says. The Quran says that on the first day of creation, God made the heavens and the Earth meshed together, tight and compact (Big Bang), continues to expand it into the universe we know today and at the last day God will recompress it into its original state (Big Crunch). About the first day (Big Bang), Allah says: [Quran 21.30] Do not those who disbelieve see that the heavens and the Earth were meshed together then We ripped them apart? And then We made of water everything living? Would they still not believe? In the Quran the Heavens expanded from a single point. Cosmologists just confirmed the existence of "Dark Energy", a mysterious repulsive force that acts in opposite to gravity. As the distance increases, the attractive gravitational force decreases but this mysterious repulsive force increases. This repulsive force is pushing galaxies apart; the greater the distance the greater the repulsion. Scientists today do not know what this "Dark Energy" is, but they know that it is causing the entire universe to expand at an increasing rate. [Quran 51.47] And the heaven, We built it with craftsmanship and We are still expanding. The Quran told us about this expansion 1400 years before it was discovered. There are three possibilities to how the universe could end: Big Crunch (Quran), Big Chill and the Big Rip. NASA recently ruled out the third scenario (No Big Rip; see also: Universe Today). This leaves the universe with only two possible endings: Big Chill or Big Crunch, depending on what this Dark Energy turns out to be. Learn more: Expansion of Universe in Quran. In the Quran God promises to make the Big Crunch: [Quran 21.104] On the day when We will fold the heaven, like the folder compacts the books, and as We originated the first creation We shall return it; a promise (binding on Us); surely We will deliver. Here God promises to make this Big Crunch however not by gravity but rather by folding the Heavens like a book, that is, by the same mechanism He controls wormholes. This means that this Big Crunch can begin and end in a fraction of a second! Also after this Big Crunch is over, God promises to recreate those heavens and Earth once more before Judgment Day: [Quran 14.48] On the day when Earth will be swapped by another Earth and so will be the heavens; and all (creatures) will resurrect before the One Dominant God. [Quran 36.81] Is He not, who created the heavens and the Earth, capable of creating others like them? Yes, indeed! He is the All-Knowing Creator. His command, if He wanted a thing, is that He only says to it, "BE" and it becomes! So glorified is He in whose hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned.
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Paul Beddoes i dont talk nearly enough about being a psychedelic for me it opens up the wonders that life has too offer its not just the music or the clothes or even the drugs but the people they embrace you in there loving fold and help you to find who you are a Read more ...
nd what your place is in this universe I AM very fortunate too be a part of this amazing inspiring culture in this culture I AM home..... always love always light....
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Fahad Bin Abdlhadi Another seintific miracle in the holy quran The Christian Bible says that in the beginning God said "Let there be light" Genesis 1:3. However this turned out to be false. The universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent) and photons couldn' Read more ...
t travel at all. After the Big Bang the universe was primarily Hydrogen, Helium and a tiny bit of Lithium. However when a gas is too hot it becomes ionized (loses the electrons) and becomes opaque (like today's smoke). In the beginning the universe was opaque to visible light (non-transparent). After 380,000 years the universe cooled enough and it became transparent to visible light. For other wavelengths it was opaque for a billion years. So "Let there be light" turned out to be false. However the Quran correctly said that at the beginning it was SMOKE, that is, a hot non-transparent gas: [Quran 41.11] Then He directed himself to the Heaven when it was SMOKE, and then said to it and to Earth: "Come willingly or by force" they said "We do come willingly" How could an illiterate man who lived 1400 years ago have known that it was just smoke after the Big Bang? The universe was created in a Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago, is still expanding today, and billions of years from now it might recollapse by its own gravity with a Big Crunch (or continue expanding forever, Big Chill). Moslems say that this is what Allah says. The Quran says that on the first day of creation, God made the heavens and the Earth meshed together, tight and compact (Big Bang), continues to expand it into the universe we know today and at the last day God will recompress it into its original state (Big Crunch). About the first day (Big Bang), Allah says: [Quran 21.30] Do not those who disbelieve see that the heavens and the Earth were meshed together then We ripped them apart? And then We made of water everything living? Would they still not believe? In the Quran the Heavens expanded from a single point. Cosmologists just confirmed the existence of "Dark Energy", a mysterious repulsive force that acts in opposite to gravity. As the distance increases, the attractive gravitational force decreases but this mysterious repulsive force increases. This repulsive force is pushing galaxies apart; the greater the distance the greater the repulsion. Scientists today do not know what this "Dark Energy" is, but they know that it is causing the entire universe to expand at an increasing rate. [Quran 51.47] And the heaven, We built it with craftsmanship and We are still expanding. The Quran told us about this expansion 1400 years before it was discovered. There are three possibilities to how the universe could end: Big Crunch (Quran), Big Chill and the Big Rip. NASA recently ruled out the third scenario (No Big Rip; see also: Universe Today). This leaves the universe with only two possible endings: Big Chill or Big Crunch, depending on what this Dark Energy turns out to be. Learn more: Expansion of Universe in Quran. In the Quran God promises to make the Big Crunch: [Quran 21.104] On the day when We will fold the heaven, like the folder compacts the books, and as We originated the first creation We shall return it; a promise (binding on Us); surely We will deliver. Here God promises to make this Big Crunch however not by gravity but rather by folding the Heavens like a book, that is, by the same mechanism He controls wormholes. This means that this Big Crunch can begin and end in a fraction of a second! Also after this Big Crunch is over, God promises to recreate those heavens and Earth once more before Judgment Day: [Quran 14.48] On the day when Earth will be swapped by another Earth and so will be the heavens; and all (creatures) will resurrect before the One Dominant God. [Quran 36.81] Is He not, who created the heavens and the Earth, capable of creating others like them? Yes, indeed! He is the All-Knowing Creator. His command, if He wanted a thing, is that He only says to it, "BE" and it becomes! So glorified is He in whose hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned.
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Varying amounts of fat, flour and water in the recipe give the full spectrum of pastry, from delicate tenderness to brittle flakiness If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe. Carl Sagan Most pies offer a degree of mystery: a top crust that fuels anticipation and hides the wonders to come. They allow the chef a "reveal" moment, when the blackbirds come ...
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Varying amounts of fat, flour and water in the recipe give the full spectrum of pastry, from delicate tenderness to brittle flakiness If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe Carl Sagan Most pies offer a degree of mystery: a top crust that fuels anticipation and hides the wonders to come. They allow the chef a "reveal" moment, when the blackbirds come ...
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Folding of Feelings
Folding of feelings. Just like clothes that are wrinkled after they have been squeezed, drenched, and cleaned. Needed to do some straightening until they get organized. To look better again. We undergo circumstances that make us dirtied and we need a little bit of washing to get rid of the dirt, or a major one if the damage is much bigger than expected. After that, we should iron the folds that ...
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